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ABOUT THE LESSONS

In lessons you will be given specific musical tasks based on your musical influences.


Tasks will be reviewed at the beginning of each lesson to consolidate learning. 

You will develop in the following areas:

  • Technique​​

  • Rhythm

  • Pitch

  • Notation

  • Tablature

  • Chords

  • Soloing

  • Improvising

  • Music Theory

  • Building Repertoire

 

BEGINNER TO INTERMEDIATE 
NYLON STRUNG ACOUSTIC GUITAR
(CLASSICAL MUSIC)

Guaranteed Success

In this route you will learn classical guitar techniques: posture, finger-style, rest stroke, free stroke, and independent finger dexterity.

You will learn to read music.

You can also choose to follow the Trinity College Syllabus allowing you to apply for recitals from grades 1-8.

Recitals are not compulsary 

Acoustic Guitar

BEGINNER TO INTERMEDIATE 
STEEL STRUNG ACOUSTIC GUITAR
(POPULAR MUSIC)

Customized to Fit Your Needs

In this route you will learn steel strung acoustic guitar techniques: posture, strumming, picking, finger-style, hammer-on, pull-off, sliding, natural harmonics, playing with a metronome, vibrato, palm muting and choking.

You will also learn how to play your favourite songs. 


You will learn to read tablature.

Acoustic Guitar

BEGINNER TO INTERMEDIATE 
ELECTRIC GUITAR
(ROCK AND POP)

Guaranteed Success

In this route you will learn electric guitar techniques: posture, plectrum picking, legato, slides, bends, harmonics, tapping and vibrato.

You will learn how to perform chordal accompaniment and perform solos.

You will learn to read tablature.

You can choose to follow the Trinity College Rock and Pop syllabus and can enter to take recitals from grades 1-8.

Recitals are not compulsary 

Electric Guitar

BEGINNER TO INTERMEDIATE
MUSIC THEORY

Customized to Fit Your Needs

In this course you will learn about melody, rhythm and functional harmony.

You can choose to prepare for ABRSM’s music theory exams from grades 1-5, including past paper walk throughs. 


Also available for GCSE music.

Exams are not compulsary 

Music Notes

INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED
ELECTRIC GUITAR (JAZZ AND BLUES)

Personalized Attention

In this course you will learn to how to create both solo and chordal improvisations, you will learn a variety of jazz and blues standards which will focus on performance, playing by ear, singing through your instrument, ear training, theory, chords, scales and approaches.

Semi Hollow Electric Guitar