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Guitar Ensemble

Playing with others is a lot easier than playing by yourself!

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The CTGG Guitar Ensemble is a community based group that focuses on exploring and performing large ensemble-based repertoire both in and out of the guitar world. Works have included pieces written specifically for guitar ensemble and guitar quartet, and arrangements of traditional concert work masterpieces. The ensemble continues to perform traditional classics, popular selections, and recent twentieth century works. The ensemble meets on Saturday evenings and welcomes players of all classical guitar backgrounds. The CTGG ensemble is lead by Michael Stubblefield.

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Develop your ability

Get on stage

Play with others

Whether you are a total beginner or are taking lessons this is a great way to work on your tone, technique, reading, and musical development.

Learning how to playing with a group is a totally different and valuable skill that many guitarists do not get. The best way to build this skill is to play with others.

Members will have performance opportunities through The Music Academy, Connecticut Guitar Guild, and more.

Yearly membership to the ensemble costs $50 and can be paid at any time.

May 19, 2024 - Connecticut Classical Guitar Ensemble, directed by Michael Stubblefield

Bring a picnic and enjoy a perfect Sunday afternoon in the company of this wonderful guitar ensemble that will perform a variety of genres.

Michael Stubblefield (b. 1989) is an American composer, guitarist, and music educator based in Hartford, Connecticut. Born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, Michael began his higher education studies in music at Diablo Valley Community College, ultimately transferring to California State University, East Bay where he earned his Bachelors and Masters degrees in Music. Michael is also a graduate of The Hartt School at the University of Hartford with a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Music Composition and a minor in Music Theory.
Michael's interests outside of music include animals (especially exotic reptiles), reading, hiking, cooking, the San Francisco Giants and 49ers, and coffee. Michael is currently working throughout New England in a variety of music relation activities, as a composer, a private teacher in guitar, bass, piano, ukulele, voice, composition, and music theory, and at The Hartt School as an administrative assistant and tutor of music theory and music history. 2:00pm , Activity Shed, All tickets: $10.00. Please pre-register online : www.whitememorialcc.org In the event of cold weather, the concert will take place in the Carriage House.

80 Whitehall Road, Litchfield, CT, United States, Connecticut 06759

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