My teaching methods will be very practical, I have a lot of exercises that were given to me by my teachers and I know that they work. I also have a lot of different music and arrangements that I can give to students of varying levels.
I have recently moved to Glasgow and am keen to take on new students. I am a 28-year-old University Master’s graduate from Brighton. As of January 2018, I have been playing guitar for over 21 years. I am primarily self-taught although I have, in my time, taken lessons with several well-established instructors and have a Grade 8 certificate from Trinity & Guildhall.
I'm Fraser Murray, I've been teaching music lessons since I was in university as a student mentor across the country. I'm a patient, motivating teacher who can give free form or structured (graded) lessons for music and all forms of guitar.
My teacher method usually follows one lesson a week per client consisting of an hour, the hour is split half theory/technique and half playing. Very flexible of what genre of songs, will let clients pick at the end of each lesson next weeks song or can use my own selection.
In my lessons, I create a relaxed atmosphere moving only as fast as the students capabilities. Its important to be taken our your comfort zone with music however, I want to make lessons as fun and interesting as possible for my students.
I approach all teaching (and even if I'm teaching myself) with a slow and steady, start from scratch attitude. Let's make sure we're both on the same page and understand what we're really looking at and hearing before going forward. I like to recreate the teaching structure that I had at the age of 9 onwards.
I am a self-taught guitarist who believes that each person has their own best way to learn guitar. I have been playing for over a decade and have performed solo and in bands as well as regularly attending open mic events. I have a BTEC in Music, specialising on performance.
Jazz/World drummer & percussionist, available for private teaching, workshops and clinics. Taster Sessions and Special rates for unemployed and low incomers. Age 38, and have been a touring musician for over 15 years. Bsc (Music, Business/Finance) graduate with over 15 years professional experience (including working in Youth centers, schools, and workshops for Mental Health).
Hi! My name is Chloe Campbell and I am a 2nd year Politics student at the University of Glasgow. I have over 2 years experience of guitar tutoring, having previously been a teacher at the Perthshire Music School teaching begginer and intermediate guitar.
My teaching method is unique - when I started learning to play the guitar I attended a number of 'typical' group sessions, where classics such as 'Twinkle Twinkle Little Star,' were painstakingly learned, note by note. As a youngster, this slowly put me off as I wanted to learn the songs I knew and loved - I wanted to be a rockstar.
Hello! I'm a professional guitar tutor with a real passion for teaching and passing on experience. I teach at home but am also usually happy to travel. My lessons are relaxed, fun, easy to follow, with a minimal level of musical jargon and theory. My aim is to get young students playing as fast as possible.
Lessons for all Levels and all Ages, Tutor and Performer with over 25 years experience, Graduate of Music Academy International, France and Musicians Institute, Los Angeles. Style: Jazz, Rock, Classical, Folk, Country, Blues, Funk, Heavy Rock, R&B, Latin styles and World Music Grade 1 to 8 exams preparation on request.
I'm a guitarist and bassist living in Glasgow. I have taught privately and within a private music institution for 7 years now, and can teach all ages and abilities. I am able to teach one-to-ones, group lessons, or online via Skype. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Guitar - Electric/Acoustic Styles including pop, rock, blues, jazz, folk, finger style, metal, funk etc.
- Which subject(s) do you teach? I specialise in Classical guitar and music theory, but also teach electric and acoustic in most popular styles. - Tell me about your qualifications. Dip ABRSM (Classical guitar teaching diploma) - How much do you charge? 1/2 hour - £12, 1 hour - £20 + £8 charge for me to travel to the students home. - Where do you teach? I teach in Glasgow.
My name is Hugh, and I teach all modern popular genres of guitar and bass, from beginner to advanced level, with a strong grounding in music theory for a more complete education. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Electric Guitar and Bass up to Rockschool Grade 8 level, or equivalent.
- Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach both electric and acoustic guitar. - How much do you charge? Lessons cost £10 per half hour and £15 per hour. There is discount for students and unemployed. - Where do you teach? I teach from home in Parkhead Glasgow. - When are you available? I am available afternoons and evenings from Mon to Sat.
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