Find Classical Guitar Teachers and Lessons

Here are articles on Classical Guitar. Scroll down to meet the Classical Guitar Teachers who wrote them.

Classical Guitar

Editor's Pick

Are graded examinations essential?

Graded instrumental exams provide a stable learning process for a lot of pupils. The carefully...
Classical Guitar

Editor's Pick

Practise the classical guitar tremolo

I'm sure many of you will have heard the beautiful guitar piece by Tarrega entitled Recuerdos...
Classical Guitar

Editor's Pick

The Importance of Listening

We, as musicians, need to spend many hours practicing our instruments and developing our...
Classical Guitar

Do Not Practice Your Mistakes

It is a general belief that when you make a mistake in playing you should repeat this place...

Our Classical Guitar Teachers

Register for Classical Guitar Teacher jobs

View all Classical Guitar Teachers

Classical Guitar Articles

  • Turlough O'Carolan

    C Zappala Classical Guitar Teacher (Cardiff) Picture Toirdhealbhach Ó Cearbhalláin, to give him his Gaelic name, was born in Newton, near Nobber, County Meath in 1670. At the age of fourteen, when the family moved to Ballyfarnon, Carolan met the MacDermott-Roe family, which proved to be a significant and fortuitous occasion. Mrs. MacDermott-Roe...
  • Abel Carlevaro's School of Guitar

    Classical Guitar Teacher (South East London) Picture In late 2013 I began reading and studying Uruguayan guitarist and composer Abel Carlevaro's Escuela de la Guitarra (school of guitar) method book with Jad Azkoul who was declared by Carlevaro himself to be his "genuine representative". I have found this experience to be so illuminating and...
  • My Favourite Book for Beginner guitarists

    Classical Guitar Teacher (South East London) Picture 'Guitar Academy Book 1' by Richard Corr:   A fantastic tutor book for absolute beginners, especially kids. It covers all the bases and has excellent explanations, pictures and fun well known pieces. It doesn't hang around too long on one topic which allows for fast progress and it quickly gets...

 

  • Schoenberg and Class Revolution

    Classical Guitar Teacher (Twickenham) Picture When I forgot my password combination in the locker-room of my gym after a shower, and couldn’t get at my clothes, I thought the circumstances suitably expressionistic to consider Schoenberg’s deeply inspiring influence upon the music world. There is no question of his influence in the sphere of...
  • Playing with nails during the Baroque era

    Classical Guitar Teacher (Birmingham) Picture   In Chapter VII of his Instructions (1623), Alessandro Piccinini writes about the index, middle and ring finger. In his opinion, „the player has to have long enough nails on these fingers, which goes beyond the fingertip, but not too much, and it has to have an oval shape, following the...
  • What Is Music & What Teaching Music Means?

    Classical Guitar Teacher (South East London) Picture Μusic is directly or indirectly linked to our deep emotions and memories. It reflects the most psychical forms of expression and sets up the foundation for the development of the most fully human condition according which personal freedom is enhanced, as the sounds of an instrument allows an...