I like working with my students and helping them not just be proficient on the instrument and develop a polished sound but also I love encouraging them to stand out and work on being a unique musician. I have been playing the guitar for the past 10 years and currently I am a graduate with a degree in performance from Berklee College of Music in Boston. I have been teaching both private and online video lessons. You can also check out my videos on Facebook https://m.facebook.com/subharajdg?ref=bookmarks
as well as Instagram
What I enjoy most about my work is the fact that i can sit and experiment with different sounds an different styles of music and have fun doing so.
Raj is a gem of a boy. His playing is like cream. Smooth and enjoyable.
Raj is just a great poet on the guitar!
Raj is a very thorough and knowledgeable player as well as teacher. He teaches theory while also providing insight into playing with feeling (playing "to the song" so to speak). Highly recommend!
Raj is an incredibly passionate musician and has been a great mentor & teacher to me. This guys knows his instrument well and is capable of playing different styles.. I would totally recommend this guy if you need a professional and versatile Musician for lessons or session work.
I try to get to know what my students want to work on, how they want to sound and most importantly the specific skills that they already have and moving forward from there.
I graduated Berklee College of Music in May of 2018 with a degree in Performance having the guitar as my pricipal instrument.
I primarily charge $60/hr.
Few years ago three friends of mine wanted to take lessons from me and since then I found a love for teaching.
I have mostly worked with students who wanted to improve on thier improvisation, ear training, knowledge of harmony and their sound. However, I have also taught beginners.
I guess for me it would be the day I graduated from Berklee. It seemed like a dream come true.
Make sure whatever you are learning leads you to being musical.
This would be hard to answer since often student may not know what they want because of the lack of exposure to music in-depth. Instead i'd say that it would be helpful for any student/proffessional to keep an open mind and take all the imformation you can and eventually try to use it your own way and before you know it, you have your sound.