Department of Music - College of Liberal Arts - Texas A&M University Corpus Christi

Guitar

At TAMUCC we offer a wide variety of guitar classes for beginners as well as advanced classical guitar students 

For the beginning student we offer group and private instruction focused on the basics of guitar playing. No prior experience is necessary. 

For advanced classical guitar students or those wishing to major in music we offer weekly private instruction and performance labs. Students will get plenty of one on one time with their instructors. Private lessons are custom tailored to each student to help them with their individual needs. 

We have many performance opportunities for our guitarists. Guitar majors will be able to perform solo or with a classical guitar ensemble. Our guitarists frequently collaborate with many other instruments within our music department as well.

MUSI 1303/MUSI 2303: Basic Guitar I/Basic Guitar II

Students at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi have the opportunity to learn guitar, even if they have never played before! MUSI 1303, Basic Guitar I, is designed to teach students the basics of playing the guitar, whether or not they have prior musical experience. (Students must supply their own guitars.) Those who wish to do so may continue into the second semester of the course, MUSI 2303, Basic Guitar II. Taught by Mr. Michael Moore, these popular classes fill quickly when registration opens. Please contact Mr. Michael Moore for additional information.

Applied Guitar Study

Applied music lessons (principal and secondary) are available to music majors and minors to fulfill degree plan requirements. Non-majors are directed to the appropriate class listed above. Guitar lesson instructors include Mr. Michael Moore and Mr. Philip Hii.

MUEN 1132: Classical Guitar Ensemble

The Classical Guitar Ensemble rehearses a variety of repertoire on Fridays from 12:00pm - 1:50pm. This popular ensemble gives guitarists valuable experience performing on their instruments in a group setting and is featured at a variety of events throughout the semester. Please contact the director, Mr. Michael Moore, for additional information.