There is much more to music than playing rock solos and strumming. We will learn how chords and melodies are working together, so you have a complete picture of the songs. No matter if you are a beginner or advanced student, I will help you to discover the musician inside yourself.
Free intro lesson: 614-312-3534 or [email protected]
My passion comes from seeing my student improving their skills and hearing them playing better week after week. They enjoy music and playing guitar, coming to take the lessons and explore new territory of music.
I am playing and teaching since the 90's. Music brings joy to my life every day.
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I offer a complimentary online lesson over Zoom at a time convenient to you. You can contact me via email, text or call to sign up. This free intro lesson is a great opportunity for you learn about my teaching style before you make a decision, and I have a chance to learn about your musical goals, taste, and your expectations.
I'll follow up after the lesson to get your feedback and to set you up on a regular schedule if you choose to continue your studies with me.
I have over 25 years of experience performing in Europe and in the US. I hold a Bachelor degree in performing arts on guitar. My experience as a performer covers blues, jazz, funk, rock, pop, musical theater performances, big band, and other genres of music. I also worked as a music composer, songwriter, arranger and producer.
I offer 30, or 60 minute long one on one online lessons over, weekly.
The intro lesson is always free.
School age children (age 9 and older), teens, students auditioning for college, working adults, or retirees at any age. Beginner or advanced level students are all welcome.
You can learn to play the guitar at any age, and with any musical background.
Find someone who understands your short term and long term goals, and is able to support these goals. Success is not a matter of degree, or teaching experience. You want to find a teacher who can adapt to your needs and customize the learning material for your needs.
Make sure you can allocate time in your schedule to practice. Nobody can learn guitar during 30 minute weekly lessons, but at home, between the lessons.
Think about what you want to accomplish by learning the guitar. Do you want to rock out in an arena? Do you want to write songs and perform in front of family members? Do you want to start a local band? When you come to the free workshop we'll talk about your goals in details.