In addition to my teaching I've decided to try reaching out to play some shows on classical guitar to increase my revenue fund a little bit. I'll be looking more towards restaurants and that sort of thing rather than concerts or even weddings until I'm more comfortable. I've been paying classical for about 3 years but didn't realize how much I enjoyed it until the past 6 months or so. As such I'd like to know how you guys would go about branding yourself, finding venues to play at, etc. How much is reasonable to charge? Also, what are some good songs? Right now the songs I have ready to gig are these: Moorish Dance by Aaron Shearer Country Dance by Carulli (90%) Minuet in G Major by Bach Etude in E Minor by Dionisio Aguado Etude No. 7 by Carcassi Bach Cello Suite/Prelude in G Major I'm working on: Menuett in A Minor by Johann Philipp Krieger Andantino by Mauro Giuliani Menuett in D Major by Robert de Visee Spanish Romance (Romanza) Greensleeves Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring by Bach Bouree in E Minor by Bach I've also tried Classical Gas but that one's pretty tough for me right now. As you can see, largely relaxed music, a lot of Bach, and not necessarily all of the most profound technical pieces... just what I believe to be good music. I'd probably be providing more background music than riveting solo performances and that seems to reflect in my music choices. I'm looking for solo guitar pieces, classical/solo pieces that are recognizable and transfer fairly easily to the guitar (like maybe Fur Elise), and popular music that's recognizable without being intrusive. It might be good pop songs, famous movie themes/title tracks, etc. Your help is appreciated!