SoundBoard Studios specializes in classical guitar, via the Suzuki method and philosophy, providing both private and group instruction for children. In addition to performance technique, we offer comprehensive music theory using the finest computer based materials available. We are located conveniently to, Fayetteville, Fort Bragg, Spring Lake, Raeford and Hope Mills communities.
The name classical guitar does not mean that only classical repertoire is performed on it, although classical music is a part of the instrument's core repertoire (due to the guitar's long history); instead all kinds of music (folk, alternative, jazz, flamenco, etc.) can be and are performed on it.
SoundBoard Studios offers a comprehensive musical education program for students of all ages and levels in the Fayetteville area, providing professional guitar lessons to residents of Cumberland County and surrounding counties of Harnett, Sampson, Bladen, Robeson, Hoke and Moore.
In the announced Base Realignment And Closure or BRAC, two major headquarters: Army Forces Command (FORSCOM) and Army Reserve Command are moving to to Fort Bragg. SoundBoard Studios welcomes our new neighbors. If arriving in the Fayetteville area or if your family has recently arrived, there is no need to neglect musical education. Our private and group guitar instruction are among the finest in the Southeast.
Guitar had a great time this year and things are alread looking promising for 2015. The Piedmont Guitar Society is kicking things off in February with another Play-In and it just keeps getting better after that. I'll be passing events along as they approach. We had a great time last November at the last Play-In and are looking forward to the next one.
You can start lessons in January are join in the fun. I look forward to talking with you, and please have a
Happy New Year
Today kicks off the summer session for guitar lessons! What a way to spend your summer; getting started learning to play guitar.
Getting signed up is simple; give me a call and lets get your child started in guitar.
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Wow how time flies! This month marks 18 year of teaching classical guitar for children in Fayetteville NC. And what a trip it has been. I've met so many people over these years; some students, some parents and some other teachers and performers. All have given me so many fond memories. There is no greater satisfaction than giving the experience of music to a child that can stay with them a lifetime. Whether they go on to study music or simply enjoy the guitar for their own personal pleasure the experience is always gratifing.
I am honored to share with you the following which appeared in the
What a road trip! I had said that I would make it to Roby Salter's junior recital God willing and the river didn't rise; well the river was certainly rising yesterday. What a storm with driving rain almost the entire drive. But I made it and what a treat it was.
This was Roby's night to shine and shine he did. His presentation of works by Bach, Merlin, Tarrega and Barrios was spectacular. As his former teacher I could not help but bean with joy and pride.
My sincere appreciation to Judy Dunson for the opportunity to conduct master classes with her students are Meredith College this past weekend. What a blast!
You are your child can experience this same joy; I look forward to talking with you about lessons.
Many Thanks, mr ron
"Dear Ron, I will be forever grateful for such a fine day with my students. They all got so much out of there time with you. Thank you very, very much. Judy"
I've been honored to teach a guitar master class at Meredith College in Raleigh NC this weekend on the 12th. I did one of these at Meredith a little over five years ago and it was a blast. I'm so looking forward to doing it again. Its always so much fun to work with the children.
I'll let you know how it all goes.
If you're interested in having your child learn to plasy classically, please give me a call at 910-86011422. I look forward to talking with you.
Roby Salter's investment in guitar lessons here in Fayetteville are paying off for him at East Carolina University.
He will be performing his junior guitar recital on Friday, April 25th at 8:30 p.m., in Fletcher Hall (Rm B110). This is a major step towards completing his degree in music.
If you've considered getting guitar lessons for your child, this is the time and place to make it happen. I'd love to talk with you - give me a call at 910-860-1422.
Former guitar student, Roby Salter, will performe in his junior recital at ECU this coming April. Roby was a guitar student at Soundboard Studios. He auditioned for the guitar performance program at ECU and is finishing his junior year. Students of the Fayetteville studio are making plans to attend. We will announce the date and soon as it is available. Way to go Roby!
There is nothing better than watching students succeed at the things they have worked for, and parental pride at their accomplishments. As a teacher I've seen it many times.
At last weeks group class it happened again as four students took on sight reading of 2 - part music for the very first time. I thought it would take a couple of group classes to finish the piece but they surprised me by finishing it in one class - WOW! What a major milestone in learning to play guitar.