Harmony for Heroes Collective

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Harmony for Heroes Collective

Be sure to fill out the pre-registration form below!

The Harmony for Heroes Collective is a community outreach program from The bART Center for Music that aims to make a positive difference in the lives of military individuals and their families through music education. Through weekly guitar lessons, the HHC program—in partnership with the Coffee Bunker—provides an opportunity for active duty military, reservists, veterans, and their families to experience self-expression, camaraderie, focused creative discipline, and a sense of accomplishment as they come together around music. Click here for the recent News on 6 story about our wonderful program!

The Harmony for Heroes Collective offers eight weeks of guitar lessons at a minimal cost taught by bART instructors and professional guitarists Michael McClure and Tye Slagle. With an emphasis on understanding the instrument and learning the basics of rhythm and chords, their instruction provides a relaxed, engaging approach to the guitar that makes it accessible to beginners of all ages. We hope to expand into offerings such as songwriting as the program continues! Harmony for Heroes Collective is made possible by the generous support of the Oklahoma Arts Council.

Where: The bART Center for Music
610 S. Main Street, Suite 300
When: Summer classes begin June 7 and go through August 2 (no class the week of July 4); days and times are on the pre-registration form below. There are two groups of lessons (by age) at the same time each week.
Cost for 8-week program: $100 for adults; $50 for young adults ages 12-18, and kids ages 9-12.
Scholarships available through The Coffee Bunker
The bART is providing guitars and their maintenance free of charge to people enrolled in the program, as needed.