Our mission on earth is teaching people to play guitar, a mission we take very seriously. You'll
study with a highly trained and experienced music teacher
a baccalaureate or higher degree in music. And, because no two people are alike,
is tailored and paced according to individual needs.
Most beginners are able to play solos like Greensleeves or Malagueña
within 3 to 6 months. As you advance, you can play
the classics or use your skills to build a
foundation for popular and folk styles. Call (808) 679-6154 for more information or an appointment.
Method | You'll be guided through your musical journey with a thoughtful lesson plan and materials. Our method has been tested with thousands of students and distilled within our own textbooks: Frary's Beginning to Play Classical Guitar and Beginning to Play Folk Guitar.
Lesson Format | Lessons
are private, teacher and student, and given
once a week according to a prearranged schedule. Thirty or sixty minute lessons are available depending
on your musical and financial needs.
Call us at (808) 679-6154 (Oahu) and we'll help you get started
playing guitar, a potential lifetime journey of enrichment,
expression and fun.
Guitar Instructor Grace Seil Frary
Specialty | Classical guitar, beginning through advanced level
children and adults. Also teaches folk/pop guitar styles and ukulele.
Experience | Studio
teacher since 1990. Guitar Instructor for Chaminade University
Education | Bachelor of Music (B.Mus), Guitar, University of Hawaii.
Performance | Solo and duet concerts
for UH Manoa,
Leeward Community College and events in the
Special Abilities | Fluent
in English and Korean. Bible and fine art photography aficionado.
Grace Seil Frary playing Bach's Double in B Minor (Sarabande), BWV 1002.
Ms Frary playing Habanera (Castle), a typical first year student piece.
Ms Frary playing Father I Adore You, a typical student-teacher duet.
Ländler (Mertz) performed by Grace Seil Frary.
Alan Morita, a student of Seil Frary, performing Bach's Bourrée in B Minor:
Grace Seil Frary performing with her students at CUH: