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Classical & Fingerstyle Guitar
Practice Session

2pm Saturday October 10, 2009
Solvay Public Library
615 Woods Rd
Solvay, NY 13209

SOLVAY, NY

We have scheduled another Public Performance Practice Session.

DATE:      Saturday, February 21
TIME:      2pm.   The session runs for about 2 hours
PLACE:     Solvay Public Library (Community Room)
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DIRECTIONS

From West Genesee Street. Turn North onto North Orchard Rd. There is a sign for the village on the corner of W. Genesee and N. Orchard Rd. North Orchard Rd is just west of Westvale Plaza, between Fay Rd. and Terry Rd. Proceed 0.8 mile on N. Orchard Rd. The library will be on your right, at the junction of N. Orchard Rd. and Woods Rd.

From 690W "Solvay/Fairgrounds Exit" - Proceed straight at end of exit ramp. Turn left onto Bridge Street, right before Fairgrounds. Proceed over Bridge Street to the end. Turn left onto Milton Avenue. Proceed about 1/2 mile, then turn right onto North Orchard. The library is one block up on the left.

From 690E. Get off 690E at Exit 6, toward RT-5/Auburn..Merge onto NY-695 S, then merge onto NY-5 E, via the exit on th LEFT toward FAIRMOUNT. At light make LEFT onto W. Genesee St. Drive for 1 mile, and make LEFT onto N. Orchard Rd. Proceed for 0.8mile, and the Library is on the right, at the junction of Woods Rd and N. Orchard Rd. Make a RIGHT and enter the parking lot off Woods Rd. The Library has 2 parking lots, one off of Woods Rd, and one off of N. Orchard Rd.

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PURPOSE: These sessions provide an opportunity for classical and fingerstyle acoustic guitar soloists to share time with fellow guitarists, practicing and honing their public performance skills in an informal friendly environment. Time is allowed for each participant to perform a few pieces for the group. The following are among those who may wish to participate.
(1) Players wishing to develop, and/or refine their public performance skills.
(2) Players wishing to get over nervousness playing for others, and/or overcome stage fright.
(3) Accomplished players wishing to simply enjoy their artistry with others.
Ideally, each player will have between 10-to-15 minutes "on stage". This allows for maybe 3 or 4 pieces. However, players may use less time and/or do fewer pieces.