Guitar (Center for Music in Worship)
Fall 2019 Semester: August 12–November 22 (15 lessons)
See rates below for your specific fees. All lessons are taught on campus at Bellevue Baptist Church.
Guitar Students in the Center for Music in Worship are also highly encouraged to participate in WorshipU, a free, contemporary Christian worship training band that meets Thursdays from 4:30-6:00. The goal of this program is to incorporate the skills you’re learning in private lessons, and utilize them in a band setting where you will learn, grow, and lead worship from time to time as a band. WorshipU is taught by worship leaders in Bellevue’s music ministry.
Acoustic Guitar • Electric Guitar • Electric Bass •
Tuition and Fees
Tuition (per semester):
30 Minute Lessons | $434
45 Minute Lessons | $629
60 Minute Lessons | $834
Activities Fee (per semester):
$25, includes a SPA t-shirt, theory book, Solo and Ensemble Festival, and an end of the year recital
Registration Fee (per academic year): $25, with a $50 maximum per family
- INSTALLMENT PLAN: Students have the option of a 4 part installment plan, with the first installment due at registration, and the following three due on the first Monday of the subsequent months.
- A service charge of $14 will be added for utilizing an installment plan.
- **FAMILY PLAN: Any family with more than one student registering, or one student registering for multiple lessons may receive a 10% tuition discount starting with the second lesson (Excludes fees; lower priced lessons will be given the discount). To receive this discount, you will need a “coupon code” which you can receive by calling Janet at 901-347-5711.
Working as a Mid-South area artist and instructor, Aaron Brock is implementing his vision to bring a fresh yet classical approach to guitar performance and education. He holds a master’s degree in Guitar Performance from the University of Memphis Rudi E. Scheidt School of Music. Aaron brings a wide variety of skills and talents to his field. His current teaching engagements include Union University, Bellevue School of Performing Arts, and Evangelical Christian School. He performs in many varieties of venues including but not limited to concerts, weddings, grand openings, and private dinner parties. Aside from his passion for performance and teaching, Aaron is also an arranger and emerging composer.