GoncaloGuitar and Music Theory Lessons by a Qualified and Experienced Teacher
I specialize in teaching about Music and how to play the Guitar.
In class, I always make the effort of understanding what are the goals and interests of all students, as well as their own skills. This way we can address the issues at hand more effectively and make sure the student never loses his/her interest and focus in music and his/her instrument. I believe that an honest and friendly relationship between teacher and student is essential for this exchange of ideas to happen more clearly and fluently, and so I do my best to make everyone feel comfortable enough to share their own thoughts freely.
I offer good and personalized classes. This means that there will special care with your interest in music and guitar, all basic skills will be worked upon and strengthened, all specific requests and ideas will be addressed, both improvisation and interpretation can be developed and exploring potential, achieving goals and having fun are main priorities.
Come and enjoy learning more about Music and Guitar!!
ArmandoModern Guitar (Blues, funk, Jazz) lessons proposal
Blues Guitar, by Keith Wyatt ed. Musician Institute
From the origin of Chicago to most complex jazz Blues, 15 units of progressive difficulty suitable for any guitar from basic level. Included transcription of J. Hendrix, S. R. Vaughan, A. King, E. Clapton.
Funky Guitar by Ross Bolton ed. Musician Institute
Thecniques in this class, divided in 10 units, are relate to traditional old “school”funk guitar playing and the groove guitar. Developing funk skills will make the student a better overall rhythm guitarist and generally it will improve the time feel. Transcription from JB's,Parliament, Funkadelic, Sly and the family stones, Fela Kuti
Thecniques in this class are related to jazz repertoiore history and vocabulary. This course is suitable for intermediate/advanced guitarist who want to go deeper in the knowledge of the jazz guitar tradition.
Studying materials are taken from 10years period lessons had with: R Cecchetto, F. Cerri G. Monteforte, R. Bianchi, C.de cicco.
Books from S. Henderson, “Jazz guitar chord system the essential guide to jazz chord voicings and Substitutions”, ed Hal Leonard corp. and M. Goodrick”The advanced guitar player”
VladimirGuitar, Music theory, Composition, Music software
I am a professional guitarist, guitar teacher and composer. I have more than 10 years of experience in teaching music. Skillful in many styles, such as classical, flamenco, bossa nova, blues, jazz. Proficient in music theory, music composition and music software such as Logic Pro, Ableton Live, Max MSP. If you want to learn how to play guitar, to compose your own music using instruments or a computer, I can help you. If you have a question, do not hesitate to call or write!
AmaliaClassical Guitar Lessons for beginners and intermediate players
I've been teaching for more than six years now and I managed to come up with an easy and approachable method for anyone who wants to learn the ways of this beautiful instrument.
I started playing the guitar at the age of twelve years old, thru high school and that eventually led me to the National Conservatory of Bucharest, Romania, where I refined my playing and begun teaching.
I am gonna encourage you every step of the way with much needed advice on the right technique, score reading, so that you quickly gain confidence in your playing.
I put a high importance on technique and theory because these two aspect, as well as your daily practice, are what will make you have fast progress and thus loads of fun along the way.
AntonioClassical Guitar, Mandolin, Music theory lessons by enthusiastic tutor and performer
Enthusiastic guitar tutor and performer.
I started playing classical guitar at the age of 6, and my formal musical education begun at the age of 9 when I started attending a music school in Croatia. After 6 years of primary school I continued studying classical guitar at secondary music school in Varazdin, Croatia. During that period I received training in classical harmony, Counterpoint (polyphony), Solfeggio, Music history and gained plenty experience at orchestral playing and choral singing. I decided to continue my musical education in Manchester where I was studying undergraduate degree at the Royal Northern College of Music and currently I am studying at the Royal Conservatoire in the Hague. As a performing guitarist, I have successfully participated and won prizes in a number of international competitions in Italy, Croatia, Slovenia and Bosnia and Hercegovina. Although my studies are primarily related to classical music, I am comfortable playing and performing music in a range of other styles and genres. I am also experienced with mandolin and Croatian folk instrument called tamburitza.
MatthewGuitar & Lute Instruction Highly Experienced and Compassionate Teacher
Historical Plucked string specialist, Matthew focuses on the repertoire of the theorbo, lute, baroque guitar and 19th-century guitar. He has performed extensively throughout the United States, Canada and Italy. He performs on the instrument(s): Renaissance Lute, Baroque Guitar, Baroque Lute, and Theorbo as both a soloist and continuo player. In the spring of 2018, Matthew was invited to perform Vivaldi’s Guitar Concerto in D major RV 93 on Baroque guitar as part of SFCM Baroque Concerto Winner’s concert and again in 2019 with Karl Kohaut’s Baroque Lute Concerto in F major. He has participated with the SF Conservatory Baroque Ensemble to bring to life: Handel’s Atalanta, and Rodelinda, and Tamerlano. Most recently, his performances include a production of Purcell’s The Fairy Queen with Haymarket Opera, Amherst Early Music Festival’s production of #anch'io (#me too): Six Ariadnes tell their tales.
Matthew has performed and studied with the most renowned lutenists in the industry which include: Charles Weaver, Lucas Harris, Francesca Torelli, Joachim Held, Paul Odette, Paul Beier, Xavier Diaz LaTorre, and Nigel North. Matthew is an active and familiar face in early music ensembles and festivals which include: Amherst Early Music (AEM), the International Baroque Festival at Longy (IBIL), La Entroterre festival, Oregon Bach Festival (OBI), Oberlin Baroque Festival (OBF), SF Renaissance Voices (SFRV), SienAgosto, Tafelmusik Summer and Winter Institutes, SFEMS, Haymarket Opera Company and American Bach Soloists Academy (ABS). His teachers include John Schneiderman, Richard Savino, Marc Teicholz, and Corey Jamason.
Matthew has recently completed a MM program at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music with an emphasis in Historical Plucked Strings, studying under Richard Savino and Marc Teicholz. Matthew earned his BMus in Guitar/Lute performance from UC Irvine. Matthew is currently a 1st year Master’s in Historical Performance Lute/Theorbo at the Koninklijk Conservatorium under the mentorship of Joachim Held and Mike Fentross.
Matthew is currently active in the Netherlands as a continuo player, chamber musician, soloist, instructor, and clinician.
EnricoGuitar Lessons for all ages, for all levels with international working jazz musician!
"Music is a social experience". That's the main thing that, regardless of wanting to be a professional musician or just play to have fun, music can offer to us: we can learn how to be among people, and get to know things about music itself, people and even ourselves! It's also a great way to get our own personality and have fun: it enhances our sensitivity and it's just a fun way to spend time!
Anyways, how rude, I'm Enrico, a world-touring guitar player, composer and band leader, and I'm really glad you're reading this presentation. I grew up in a small town in the South of Italy, Crispiano, where I started playing guitar as a game, because it was such a great way to spend my afternoons and get together with my friends, just like playing video games or soccer, and here I am now ... my passion became my life!
I like to teach that in my lessons: how fun it is to discover new things on your instrument and share them with all your friends ... starting with me. I'd love you to play with me during our lessons and learn things by doing them, starting with what you already like, playing your favorite songs together so you can go out and do the same with your friends!
I've been lucky enough to meet teachers and colleagues that had the same approach with me, starting from my classical guitar studies in Italy, through the Royal Conservatory of The Hague, where I'm currently finishing my jazz guitar Bachelor, till the masters or jazz music in New York City, which I had the luck to study with, like Peter Bernstein, Barry Harris or Dave Kikoski.
This led me, despite my young age, to share the stage with great superstars on the international jazz scene such as Joe Magnarelli, Gadi Lehavi, Felix Rossy and many others and recording my first album, "Social Music" out with A.MA Records in July 2019!
DannyGUITAR AND / OR ZANGLES - Antwerp and surroundings - private
GUITAR and ZANGLES: For beginners and advanced, young and old. Everyone receives a personal lesson plan and objectives. You don't have to know theory. The lessons take place in a pleasant demo room.
At your own pace I will get to know you the guitar and its possibilities so that you can quickly play your favorite songs.
If you come to sing, I will lift you to unprecedented heights through my knowledge and years of experience.
I like to coach motivated people who can make time to develop musically. I expect commitment and then it can go quickly. Several students of mine are now enjoying some success in the music bizz (not that this should be everyone's goal). Partly because of their perseverance but also because of the training they received.
I am a music coach and guide you in a pleasant, successful way through an educational period.
If you want more details or have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.
ViniciusBeginner, Intermediate and Advanced Guitar Lessons
Hello, my name is Vinicius, I am a Brazilian Biologist and I am completing my Masters in Neuroscience at VU Amsterdam.
I have been playing guitar since I was 11 and I have been teaching the instrument for almost 10 years now.
I believe that motivating the student and helping him to integrate the instrument into his daily routine is the most important role that a teacher can do.
My methodology is the flipped-classroom and I use the Google Classroom platform: every week, I will write a study guide with details of what we discussed during class + references (videos/blogs/books). This can be used by the student to study carefully at their own pace. During our next class, we will discuss the points you had the most difficulty and advance your knowledge further.
I can also record videos and write essays from scratch specifically for you, whenever the material is not available online.
I learned to play the guitar on my own - later in life I had classical training at university (singing, piano and classical guitar). I play Fingerstyle guitar, popularized by artists like Andy McKee, Tommy Emmanuel and Antoine Dufour, which consists of playing melody, harmony and percussion at the same time.
MattApprendre à jouer à la guitare acoustique/électrique
Guitar lessons are always useful for all levels of guitar playing. the course content will depend on the level of the student and is entirely open to any preferences in songs or techniques the student wishes to learn. My course is designed in such a way that it focuses on the student's creativity with the guitar and works towards fine tuning what will eventually become the student's original song or composition. I encourage my students to tap into their creativity, since in my experience, I have found that this is where the pleasure and beauty of music tends to surface, when there are the least amount of boundaries possible. All styles of music are welcome!
FredericGuitar course: graduate and experienced teacher.
Guitar course: experienced teacher, and graduate of the Royal Conservatory of Brussels (Master in jazz guitar, and Master Didactic), as well as the Conservatory of Lille (in jazz guitar, classical harmony and classical solfège), University of Lille 3 (Bachelor and Master in Musicology), and Music Academy International (Nancy, France).
The program will be defined according to the objectives of the student (leisure, development ...). He will understand the study of the following modules: basic knowledge of the guitar; basic agreements and more advanced agreements; ranges and modes; theory and practice of improvisation; study of a repertoire; finger and pick techniques; music theory and rhythm ...
Homework is given at the end of each class so that the student knows what to work (it is imperative to practice at least a little between each session).
Wide variety of styles: classical guitar / rock, blues, metal, jazz, fusion, funk ...
With or without solfege.
Relaxed atmosphere and guaranteed results.
Spoken languages: French, English, or Spanish.
Possibility of giving a course every 2 weeks.
50 minutes course.
RonnieGuitar lessons in Brussels for Beginners and Intermediate - Acoustic & Electric - all ages are welcome!
Guitar lessons in Brussels. Playing guitar is not only fun, but it's also good for you. Put down that game controller for an hour a day, because playing guitar is a great way to exercise your brain. Did you know that studies show that playing a musical instrument both improves memory and activates creative thinking in the player's brain?
Amplification and connection cables provided during lessons at the teacher's home. Students only need to bring their guitar and a desire to learn.
JacobProfessional guitarist graduated from the Conservatory (DEM in France) gives guitar lessons all styles and all levels in Brussels
I graduated from the Conservatoire de Nice CNRR (France) in jazz guitar.
I studied there for seven years with renowned professors such as Jean Paul Ceccarelli (Sting), Pierre Bertrand, Robert Persi or Philippe Petit.
My teaching method is flexible and I adapt it to the needs and desires of the student.
We will discuss the technical work on the instrument, the knowledge of the neck and chords and the rhythm. With or without solfege.
The goal is to provide the student with the necessary tools so that he can continue learning by himself at home.
LucienGuitar lessons (all abilities) from Conservatory student
My name is Lucien, and I'm a student at Conservatorium Van Amsterdam. My versatile teaching style allows you to learn at your own pace in order to achieve your musical goals, whatever they may be. Whether you would like to learn to play your favourite songs, develop the skills necessary to play in a band, explore a different musical style or otherwise, I can help you make faster progress. My teaching can also offer the following services among many others:
- open and bar chords
- jazz 4 part, 5 part and 6 part chords
- chord substitutions and reharmonisation
- playing melodies on the guitar (with and without chords underneath)
- right and left hand technique
- improvisation and ear training
- music theory, music notation and tablature
- guitar as an accompanying instrument (for vocalists, saxophones etc.)
- solo guitar performance, alternating thumb and walking bass line techniques