Led by a renowned Cairo-based Polish guitarist, the 4-day course in small groups is particularly beneficial for the beginners in guitar and those who have a small experience in playing guitar.
The course consists of 4 lessons in addition to a performance of the group in front of the audience.
For interested please register here:
The course will help the students
- understand basics of the acoustic guitar playing
- develop teamwork abilities
- learn to follow the rhythm
- boost skills of listening to one another
- follow the conductor
4 lessons plus concert. Each lesson takes 1.5 hours
The course is in English language
The fee for the whole course is: 800 LE per person
Payment deadline: 17 July 2019
Note: the fees are not refundable after 16 July 2019.
The course takes place in Cultograph (inside studio Vibe for Developing Arts)
Address: 7, Mosaddak street, Dokki, Giza (1st floor)
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About the instructor:
Classical guitarist Paweł Kuźma was born in 1985 in Poland. One of the most promising guitarists in Poland, Pawel graduated from high school with honors and continued his education at the Szymanowski Music Academy in Katowice, Poland. He later on moved to Finland to continue his education at the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki, which is widely considered to be one of the best music programs in the world.
Currently Kuźma is an adjunct professor at The American University in Cairo where he teaches World Music and private applied guitar. Along with composer Bahaa El Ansary, Kuzma co-directs Cairo Impro, a group dedicated to the education and performance of avant-garde improvisation. As a performing artist, Pawel has given many concerts in Poland, Finland, Germany, Czech Republic, Austria and, more recently, Egypt.
Kuźma won many national and international music competitions as well as grants from the Polish Ministry of Culture and City Council.