- School of Music class
*THiS IS AN ONLINE CLASS*
Wondering how you’re going to survive another COVID19 winter without losing your mind? Join another fun semester of Guitar 1 on Zoom with a bunch of other cool people and learn to play the guitar.
By the end of the first class, you’ll know how to:
Play three chords
Slowly, but surely, play a song
Many students wonder if I’m out of my mind when I promise that. Then they experience the fact that they can do it and get really excited.
6 weekly classes
Let Me Take The Mystery Out Of It music theory worksheets
Lifetime access to video lessons of all classes
While we’re online, a free 30-minute private lesson
I know you can learn how to play, but you don’t have to take my word for it. Click here for a free video lesson preview with Janet.
Then get psyched and register for a semester in Guitar 1.
“I think you are a revelation — such an excellent writer and performer AND you can teach. Your lucky students!” – Christine Lavin
“When world events made in-person guitar classes impossible, Janet didn’t miss a beat to make the best of virtual instruction. I continue going back to Janet because I know she is incredibly talented and yet I can feel her excitement through the screen when she teaches the fundamentals of guitar. She shares her wealth of knowledge in her own unique, unpretentious way, and persists until I understand technique and the music. She is down to earth, incredibly comfortable in her skin, and full of joy. I am grateful to have studied with her.” – Eric K. Student at The Passim School of Music
This class will be held from 6:30-7:45pm ET on Tuesdays, Mar. 16, 23, 30, Apr. 6, 13, 20
Please note: Limited to 12 students (16 yrs of age or older); Pre-sales are highly encouraged! Sales end 15 minutes before the class begins. 3 students are required for this class to meet. If a class is cancelled due to low enrollment, you will be notified and receive a full refund.
Audiences find themselves moved as the music shifts from the engrossing true story, Rosalie’s Diamonds, that describes how Feld’s grandmother rescued her family from Nazi-occupied Austria in the late 1930’s to her deeply introspective work in I Met Myself to her description of love’s unpredictable journey in Waiting for Love.
Janet’s recordings range from productions with a host of studio musicians to the simple clarity of a voice and guitar, with a touch of piano. I Met Myself is her newest release which Janet feels is her most authentic work to date.
In addition to performing, Janet teaches guitar and songwriting at The Passim School of Music. She is also the Founder and Chief Music Officer of Janet’s Planet: Music Lessons For Humanoids, Inc., offering private lessons and video lesson programs to people of all ages. Her goal is to help people experience the fact that you don’t have to be from the “special talented people” planet in order to play music.