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Scott Kritzer is a professional classical guitar artist, performer, teacher, and creator of a systematic guitar training method for players of every level. Kritzer and his students' share their experiences and expertise here. Classes, workshops, and conferences are available online and in person in the Portland, Oregon, area and through traveling programs and workshops across North America.
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7055 SW Heath Plc
Beaverton, Oregon 97008
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Scott Kritzer brings decades of performing experience to a series of performance demonstrations called Fireside Chats to be held in the Beaverton First United Methodist Church’s Fireside Room. Kritzer, who often engages his audiences in concert, will discuss the stories behind the … Continue reading
From performing in London, New York, Frankfurt, and the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C., to his hometown of Portland, Oregon, classical guitarist Scott Kritzer celebrates fifty years of playing the guitar with a rare Portland appearance in … Continue reading
Performance anxiety affects nearly every performer, some learn to overcome it, others continue be subject to it’s affects. I suffered greatly from the affects of PA and finally found solutions that are simple and consistent. Join me on Saturday, March … Continue reading
I am very excited and honored to inaugurate my Fireside Chat series with guitarist Michael Lorimer favorite protege of Andres Segovia. Mr Lorimer will be joining the Kritzer Studio via SKYPE on Sunday, March 18th at 3:00-4:30 pm for an … Continue reading
While studying with Michael Lorimer in a special year-long master class off the coast of Wilmington, North Carolina in 1980 I was given the opportunity to play for my teacher’s teacher, Andres Segovia. Maestro Segovia was to be awarded the … Continue reading
Saturday, January 14th to February 18th, 2-4 pm The serious classical guitarist who wishes to study, play, and ultimately perform, will find the need for a strong technical foundation. A strong technical foundation can be achieved when our hands are … Continue reading
After graduating from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, I was chosen by Michael Lorimer to be one of his assistants in a year-long master class program in Wilmington, North Carolina. It was 1980, and I had just graduated from … Continue reading