Established Sept 1998
Updated Nov 22, 2013
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|Future VCCGS Meetings||
Guest at 8PM
||December - no meeting.
|Jan 29, 2014
|Feb 26, 2014
Orange County Guitar Orchestra
||Gregory Newton / David Grimes
Rene Izquierdo, guest
||Tara Rose Davison, guest
Who we are: This is the homepage for the Ventura County Classical Guitar Society (VCCGS) and a source of information for classical guitar in and around Ventura County, California.
Our Society was established in 1998 by a small group of motivated students of classical guitar and, through the support of volunteers, has continued for 15 years. Our venue is provided by the Pleasant Valley Recreation and Parks District, and our internet presence by ISWest. We thank both organizations for their generous support.
We (usually) meet on the last Wednesday of each month at the
Pleasant Valley Recreation and Park District's Senior Center. The
Center is located at 1605 East Burnley in Camarillo, California.
Click here for directions.
Meetings begin at 7PM with from-the-floor solos and ensembles. If
we have a guest performer, their performance begins at 8PM. Our meetings are open to everyone,
and admission is free. For information about our
Society, contact Jean
Our guitar society sessions are productive for classical guitarists at all skill levels. We share experiences and learn from each other. They also allow us to perform for an audience. There cannot be a better place to develop skills than in the company of others who only want to see you succeed. All skill levels are welcome.
Performers: If you are interested in performing for our society, contact Jean Desilets at the link above. As we collect neither member dues nor admission fees, we cannot pay a performer directly. But we do pass a collection basket, the proceeds of which go to the performer.
VCCGS Home Page // Previous meetings // Upcoming guitar events // Snapshots from the past
We are grateful to ISWest for hosting this web site, and to the
Pleasant Valley Recreation and Park District for providing our venue. Thank you, both.
Web site: John Webb
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