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How to Listen

When was the last time you listened to music? I mean, really listened? In our contemporary urban...
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Practise the classical guitar tremolo

I'm sure many of you will have heard the beautiful guitar piece by Tarrega entitled Recuerdos...
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The Importance of Listening

We, as musicians, need to spend many hours practicing our instruments and developing our...
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Are graded examinations essential?

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

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  • Richard Harvey Brockley, SE4 Gold Member

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    I am a very experienced tutor of the classical guitar. I am very patient and friendly and teach all levels-from beginners to professionals. My students always enjoy my lessons which I give in a good-humoured, sympathetic way.
  • John Dipper Salisbury, SP1 Gold Member

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    I've been teaching for over 17 years, and my knowledge, experience and enthusiasm combine to make me a much sought-after tutor. I regularly teach at the University of Newcastle, Goldsmiths and the University of Limerick on the BA and MA courses.
  • Thomas Emery Catford, SE6 Gold Member

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    I believe that, as a teacher, my role, is to nurture a passion for music in my pupils. Together we can achieve an excellent standard of music making together, with solid technique, passionate musicianship and a hard work ethic.
  • Francis Botu Brixton, SW9 Gold Member

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    I'm a very open minded musician/teacher so if you're interested in playing Classical and Spanish/Flamenco music, or just want to know how to jam to your favourite Blues or Folk tunes, please don't hesitate to get in touch.
  • Stuart Orme South Wimbledon, SW19 Gold Member

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    I am an opera singer living in London with six years of conservatoire training. I have taught singing in all shapes and sizes. I also provide music theory and classical guitar tuition for beginners/intermediates from ages 10 - 60+.
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    A professional and experienced guitarist and lecturer with over 15 years experience.
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  • Sight Reading for the Classical Guitarist Editor's Pick

    Classical Guitar Teacher (South East London) Picture I believe sight reading is an important skill for almost any musician to have. We guitarists often have a bit of a bad reputation for learning things through finger movements and fretboard patterns rather than through reading sheet music and understanding the nature of music's harmonic language...
  • Improvisation and Learning the Guitar Editor's Pick

    Classical Guitar Teacher (South East London) Picture There is a common misunderstanding that to create ‘classical’ music, one must first have studied many masterpieces and already be a master of their instrument. This delusion is perhaps not so common in the realm of ‘popular’ music, and I am certain that many budding guitarists first pick up the...
  • Noad: Solo Guitar Playing

    Classical Guitar Teacher (Oxford) Picture The most important book I could recommend for any serious student of the classical guitar is the outstanding tutorial book, Solo Guitar Playing Book 1, by Frederick M. Noad. It is designed to help a student reach their potential within a period of two years. In my opinion it is the best...

 

  • Importance of Technical Exercises Editor's Pick

    Classical Guitar Teacher (Edinburgh) Picture It must be understood that there is no efficient technical development without a constant intellectual effort on behalf of the student” -Abel Carlevaro  First of all we need to clarify what technique actually is and what the term means. Technique is a word which is constantly brought up...
  • What to use, A Gitarno or footstool?

    Classical Guitar Teacher (South East London) Picture Since the arrival of the Classical guitar, players have always found the need to elevate the instrument in order to achieve a comfortable playing position. It started off with a crude stool, and has made way for the more well crafted and adjustable footstool. The footstool has been of great help...
  • Teaching the fundamentals of the Classical Guitar

    Classical Guitar Teacher (Lancaster) Picture Teaching of the fundamentals of the Classical Guitar to someone who has no musical knowledge There are many important factors to consider when learning an instrument, especially if it is a first instrument, if which are introduced too quickly can seem rather overbearing. If however, the basic...