David Silva Music Instruction

David Silva Music Instruction

5.0 (6)
1 employee
8 years in business

About this pro

I love teaching and have a solid success rate. My main goal is to ensure that my students are always improving but also enjoying their lessons along the way. I teach mechanics, techniques and music theory related to for each instrument. For guitar I also use tabs. Additionally, with siging I explore breath control, tone, pitch and vowel structure. Although not required, I hold three student concerts a year for my students that are interested in performance. My Qualifications: - 19 Years Teaching experince with private students, choirs and student bands and ensembles- B.A. in Music performance for Guitar, Voice and Piano Website: https://davesilvamusic.weebly.com/

I love teaching music and helping others become better players. When they improve and enjoy themselves that is a great feeling.

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Larkfield-Wikiup, CA 95403
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6 Reviews


  • Joel LeMaitre

    Dave is a wonderful guitarist who possesses the ability to share his knowledge in a way that is supportive yet challenging while still keeping it fun. I’ve learned a tremendous amount since working with him

  • Jayaraman

    Dave has been our son’s guitar teacher for the past few years. Under his tutelage, our son has blossomed and developed into a very good musician. Dave’s demeanor, patience and positivity serve him well and make him an excellent instructor. He has really connected with our son and I would recommend him very highly.

  • Linda Acocella

    It is all about the students. David knows more about music than anyone else I know. My grandson is just thriving and really cares about David. Can't say enough great things about him.

  • Steve Foreman

    He's helped me learn music as a basis for guitar. Exactly what I asked. He always seems to fill in the blanks for me.

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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

At each lesson students warm up on the instrument with scales and technique reminders. The rest of the lesson is spent working in pieces in progress. Throughout each lesson I strive to make the experience fun and engaging for my students.