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Aurélien - Saint-Ouen23€
Trusted teacher: You want to improve on the guitar, improvise, master the scales and learn more chords, you want to know the secrets of your favorite guitarists and understand what you play, tackle the blues and jazz? All this can be learned! Come participate in this training course of 10h over a week (2 hours per day from Monday to Friday). In the program : Harmony: Know the scales to use on the chords of a piece Chords: Learn how to enrich your accompaniments and build all chords Ranges and arpeggios: To finally start improvising effectively Rhythms: mastering the main rhythms and how to vary them Standards: Address the repertoire of jazz and improvised music to share music with others The course runs from Monday to Friday in July in Paris. 4 sessions are organized: July 2-6 July 9th to 13th July 16 to 20 July 23 to 27 Schedules are flexible depending on demand and can be done in the evening. I'm waiting for you to start! Some information about the speaker: Aurélien begins the guitar at 13 years old. After a career as a stage musician Aurélien joined the CIM a music school whose fame is well established and where are released great names of the French scene (Matthieu Chédid, Youn Sun Nah, Angélique Kidjo, Patrick Bruel, Magic Malik). Then he became passionate about music pedagogy and decided to do his job to transmit his passion for music and passed the diploma of music pedagogy DFPM provided by ANSEP2A to consolidate its achievements. Today Aurélien is a professor in several Parisian professional structures for 10 years and continues to transmit the pleasure of playing.
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Eric - Lozanne29€
Trusted teacher: I am a professional musician, graduated from the International Music Academy with honors. Dynamic, attentive and passionate, I love music more than anything, regardless of your style and level. My goal is to make you love this instrument that I love, and I hope, facilitate its learning! :-) Above all, I am a guitarist, so I accompanied artists such as Alex Hepburn, Amandine Bourgeois (Nouvelle Star 2008), Madina Lake, Far Plain and others. I had the chance to cross paths or to jam with great masters like Paul Gilbert (Mr. Big), Andy Timmons, Shawn Lane, Joey Tafolla, Laurent Vernerey (Johnny Hallyday), Loïc Pontieux (Julien Clerc), or Variety artists such as Bruno Solo and Yvan Le Bolloc'h (Camera Café), Les Citizens (Lido), Régis Ceccarelli (Carla Bruni), Dale (Nouvelle Star 2009), etc. I had the opportunity to perform in many different places and countries: in France of course but also in Switzerland, England, Algeria .. With an average of 160 dates per year. But above all, I am here to share with you what I have learned. I have always taught, as soon as I could. It starts at the MAI for summer internships and now it's been 20 years of experience in Paris and Lyon, through various organizations: Allegro, ICM, Fasiladom, Hupiagono, etc. I also have a Mix-Master inge-son training at the CFSM under the direction of Nicolas SAFFRAY. Do not be afraid!! My method adapts to you !! We are all different, we have varied possibilities and knowledge, heterogeneous physical and auditory abilities. I try to do with your hands, your fingers, your ears so that you can progress as simply as possible. We can work everything: Technique (Shred & Co.), Harmony, Improvisation, Rhythm, Accompaniment, Composition, MAO And more… ====== 50% off ====== Do not forget!! My organization is approved Service à la Person !! You can enjoy -50% discounts on your taxes !! CESU also accepted. Do not hesitate!! ;-)
Guitar · Music theory · Jazz music
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Félix - Paris29€
Trusted teacher: While creating a repertoire, we will work the ear, rhythm, technique. I focus on practice, improvisation, and the relationship between you and your instrument in order to have fun on your bass. Okay, but what are we doing? The basics: - the silence - harmony (scales, chords, intervals) - rhythm (binary, ternary, swing, shuffle) - the sound (technique, nuance) - the coding of the English chords (A = la, E- = E minor, etc.) - the musical culture and the different ways of listening to music A choice: - improvisation (learning to play without partition, becoming able to play with anyone, anytime) - group music in general (the modern bass, the different roles of the instruments in a group) - jazz (standards, swing, notions of harmonies and improvisation) - rock, funk (notions of groove, rhythmic placement, search for sounds, pentatonic scales) - music games for children The instrument remains a tool to make music, so we will work to become a MUSICIAN (with the help of a bass guitar). Any age, any level (to be evaluated during the first class) I preferably receive at home, or at least near my home (Paris EST). Having a busy musical life moves are to be avoided as far as possible. Do not hesitate to contact me for further information! Additional Information: It is important for your teacher to match you musically (unless otherwise, if you want to fill in gaps, or discover a new genre). That's why I present myself in a few lines, so that you get an idea of ​​the kind of bassist that I am: I started bass more than ten years ago, I first discovered the instrument alone (self-taught training). I later played in several Rock formations. Rock I was interested in Funk (style in which the bass plays a key role). I then became more and more interested in improvisation and therefore Jazz music. I took two years of classes at the Conservatoire du 9ème arrondissement in Paris before joining the IMEP (formerly American School of Modern Music). Currently, I play in several bands: a jazz / funk band and a jazz / rock band. My influences (in bulk): Jaco Pastorius, Weather Report Herbie Hancock, Chick Corea, George Duke, Miles Davis, Funkadelic / Parliament, James Brown, Prince, George Benson, John Scofield, Hendrix, Zappa, Stanley Clarke, Al di meola, Paco de lucia, Bob marley, Marcus Miller, Kenny Garett, Bill Evans, Lettuce, Brecker Brothers, Return to Forever, Mahavishnu, Led Zep, Dire Straits, Rolling Stones, The Aphex Twin, Squarepusher, Munir Hossn, Matthew Garrisson , Hadrien Feraud, Ron Carter, Linley Martha, Maceo Parker, Paul Chambers, Mike Stern, Bob Berg and many more!
Bass guitar · Children's music · Jazz music
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Théo
I tried Théo for spanish guitars. -Technique: He will tell you what to do. Then he will give you similar exercises to enhance the technique. Not intimidating at all. He will give you the time you need and will go back and forth over it at separate stages so you don’t burn out. -Content: He will give you some chords, notes, and tabs of the type of music you want, adjusted to your level. He prefers giving you the content, telling you the technique, and then leaving you to practise (since the content can be found easily on the internet). -Melody: I personally struggle with timing my music right. I must say he made it easier for me. He will have you practice one part of the tabs till you get the beat right. Then he will slowly add the rest of the tabs that come along so you don’t lose the rhythm. -Interaction: punctual (he won’t come 15mins late and leave on time). Honest. Clear. I enjoyed the lesson, I would definitely recommend him.
Review by JINAN
Graduate teacher, teaching classical guitar in conservatory, I propose courses of guitar all levels (beginners welcome also (Pantin)
Sébastien
I have played guitar (self-taught) for many years, but on classical guitar I am a beginner. While visiting Paris I had two lessons with Sébastien at his place. Before starting we had coffee and talked to get to know each other and plan the lessons and what music to work on. During the lessons he gave valuable input on technique, sound and interpretation, and many suggestions for exercises and further study. Sébastien speaks good English, he is very patient and friendly, but also enthusiastic and knowledgeable about music. I was not able to bring my own guitar, but he let me use one of his, and even loaned me one so I could practice in my hotel room between lessons. Highly recommended!
Review by STEINAR
Relaxed, Fun and Professional Guitar Lessons - Michael. (Paris)
Michael
Michael is awesome, he teaches really well, I’ve already started learning two songs on my first day! 🙂 Update: my son (who wrote the above review) has completed his first 10 lessons with Michael and I have just signed him up for an additional 10. Michael is a fantastic teacher and my son really enjoys his lessons. We highly recommend him!
Review by HEATHER