An Artist's Life

An Artist's Life

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4 years in business

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!i am not, nor have i ever been in the musical world for money, nor will i ever be.  if you are.  then i am not the right teacher for you...!

I'm not flashy, and I'm not trying to stand out.  I merely represent myself as I am.  With music, I developed a method of learning that isn't standardized, and it pursues not only expression of the self, but a way to learn how to speak on the guitar.  Less theory, more soul, heart and passion. 

my number is 402-419-oI33

music is the universal language of all life in this universe, atleast that lives in pressurized molecular atmospheres that can transfer energy in wave functions...

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Denver, CO 80228
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

learning what the student wants, then molding that with the instrument to become one with music.  inevitably turning into an artist.  not all students want the same thing.  some take the pencil and know they want to create.  creation takes direction to prevent the standardized manipulation of our society.  artistry is complex in it's balance of self and awareness. 

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

grew up in the musical world.  i taught myself, my father taught himself.  i went to roberto-venn in 2009.  i now play 4 instruments and can write a song on anything i pick up. 

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

i'm hardly worried about it, and if you are, then maybe i'm just not your type of person? 

How did you get started teaching?

i taught myself.  why not share my methods. 

What types of students have you worked with?

creative types, free thinkers, people that like philosopher without the guidance of taught philosophical students. 

What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

you can be told what music is.  you can meet the teacher that will learn you all sorts of methods.  but are they really you or yours?  we are all taught to speak english, but few can express themselves with the language.  so we learn to find new words, and make new words to express situations, emotions, and events.  the standard teacher will teach you how to repeat history.  i start from a perspective that directs in the artform of music.  you can be like others or you can start to be like yourself.  of course, my method will disassociate you with the standard musician out there.  you will feel foreign at first, and wonder what and why you are doing this.  but as a artist knows, its all about their work on the paper/canvas of life.. so too is the artist of music. 

What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

what outcome are you planning on?  

where are you wanting to take your hands, fingers, mind, and heart?  

why do you want to play a guitar?

what is in it for you?

what is in it for the rest of us? 

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