[Harp-L] Study the Harmonica at the University of Lynchburg
Dr. George Miklas
Fri Jan 20 18:00:05 EST 2023
We are recruiting high school and college students, home school children,
stay-at-home moms/dads, retirees, and shut-ins. Study the Harmonica at the
University of LynchburgMUSC 004AD (1/2 hour) and MUSC004BD (1 hour) Applied
Music - Harmonica is open for Spring registration.
Students from other institutions can earn transferrable credits. This
is an accredited
for music majors, minors, and electives. Check with your academic advisor.
CLASSES BEGIN MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 2023.
ADD PERIOD ENDS MONDAY, JANUARY 30, 2023
Harmonica specialist Dr. George Wallace Miklas brings his life experience
as a professional harmonica performance artist and his passion for teaching
others to play the harmonica with musical excellence.
NO PREREQUISITES - No experience is necessary. Instruction will be
tailored to your playing level, from beginner to advanced to professional.
ALL are encouraged to consider this unique opportunity. You will gain
personal enrichment and a new appreciation for the harmonica.
FLEXIBLE scheduling allows opportunities after 3:00 PM to meet most
BONUS GIFT All new students will receive two new harmonicas needed for
If you want more information, you can access this September 28, 2022, UofL
News Article or contact Dr. Miklas to request a brochure.
If you have any questions or want to talk about your participation, you can
contact either Dr. Cynthia Ramsey (chair of the music department) or Dr.
George Wallace Miklas (adjunct music professor).
We are looking forward to meeting with you!
Dr. Cyntha B. Ramsey: ramsey.c at xxxxx
Dr. George Wallace Miklas: miklas_g at xxxxx
*Dr. George Miklas <http://www.georgemiklas.com/>, **Harmonica Specialist
- **Scholar, **Educator, **Performer*
*Harmonica Gallery Sales Repair & Studio <http://www.harmonicagallery.com/>*
Doctoral Thesis: Harmonica Pedagogy for the Full Inclusion Instrumental
Music Classroom, Expanding Opportunities for Students with Disabilities
Adjunct Music Professor - Applied Tuba and Applied Harmonica, University of
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