2019 Summer Teacher Summit: St. Louis

GuitarCurriculum.com Teacher Summit in St. Louis

Thursday, July 11 – Saturday July 13, 2019

Hilton Garden Inn near St. Louis Airport (website)

Registration + 1-year curriculum subscription: $325 ($275 for students)
Registration only (for current curriculum subscribers): $200


A 3-day workshop with the expert music educators and trainers of Austin Classical Guitar and GuitarCurriculum.com with active learning and practice teaching tailored to your individual needs. New and veteran teacher tracks provided.

Topics include: Curriculum and repertoire, conducting, rehearsal techniques, private and small group guitar lessons, advanced guitar ensemble direction, classroom management and more. Covers all general music essential knowledge and skills for elementary, middle and high school with a focus on creative expression in instrumental performance.

Please note: Attendees will be responsible for their own transportation and accommodations during the training session.

Accommodations are available at the Hilton Garden Inn St. Louis Airport Hotel (4450 Evans Place, Saint Louis, Missouri, 63134), the site of this year’s workshop.

For booking click here, or call 1-314-521-6444 and say you are with St. Louis Classical Guitar Teaching Seminar. The reference code is “SLC” for the special $102 daily rate, available now through June 14.

All registrants will receive a registration packet with more information, including a full schedule. Space is limited so please register soon!

SUMMIT SCHEDULE (all events at Hilton Garden Inn St. Louis Airport Hotel)

Thursday, July 11th
12pm: Registration
1-5pm: Afternoon sessions

Friday, July 12th
9am-12:15: Morning sessions
12:15pm: Lunch
1:30-5pm: Afternoon sessions
Optional evening session with Matt Hinsley to discuss arts administration and organizational management

Saturday, July 13th
9am-12:30pm: Morning sessions
12:30pm: Finale Performance


Special thanks to:

Special thanks to our St. Louis Teacher Training host, the Hilton Garden Inn St. Louis Airport, for their accommodations and hosting of this year’s workshop.