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Wales Guitar Tutors and Wales Guitar Lessons

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Scott
have also taught guitar, banjo and ukulele privately for 8 years and recently taught guitar and bass at schools in Merthyr Tydfil. Other teaching experience includes teaching English as a Foreign Language at language schools and also Academic English in University. I like to balance a sense of focus with a sense of fun - a mix of formal study from good recognised examining teaching materials alongside less formal fun and exploration of music and...
Robert

Robert

Other: Grade 8 piano (2010)
songs have been heard on BBC Radios 2 and 4 as well as on BBC Radio wales. I conduct and accompany a local choir. I have been teaching locally for several years and my inspirational approach has gained good results both in terms of the enthusiasm of my pupils and good ABRSM results. I aim for an all-round musical education with elements of rock and jazz a well as the bread and butter of classical....
Stuart

Stuart

Professional: Hospitality Training Foundation Certificate (2009)
have an extensive **Contact Detail Removed** of lessons that I have developed over the years, I always approach lessons with an open mind. I am prepared to tailor lessons specifically to each player so that lessons will suit your playing and help you learn at a pace that suits you personally. Lessons can be for 30 mins or an hour. My lessons are friendly and relaxed, but professional. Parents are welcome to accompany their children...

Mark

Professional: Grade 8 Classical Guitar (1983)
original recordings. I have years of course notes which have proved beneficial to each of my students. I believe in professionalism, yet am still able to teach with a sense of humour and never look either up nor down to a student. I am very adaptable and refuse to make demands; if the pupil/student does not wish to play a particular piece then they don't have to. It is much more practical to move on...

Richard

Piano, Guitar, Music Theory, Recorder, Composition
PGCE: PGCE (0)
and only last year one of my students started his degree course at the Birmingham Conservatoire. I suspect I would be viewed as mainly traditional in my approach to teaching, I believe that students should study theory alongside instrumental performance and that students should be encouraged to explore their instrument through composition. Ensemble performance is very important to me and I make sure all my students are used to playing with someone else from early...
Noura

Noura

Bachelors: Psychology (2018)
part of my degree I have taken classes focused on teaching and have had multiple students learning classical or other popular music. I believe each student is different and I usually work for the needs and goals of the students themselves giving special importance to their qualities and what they can musically achieve with them in a very friendly and informal environment. I am also able to teach theory or do external musical learning by...
Kevin

Kevin

Masters: MEd, Leadership, Management, Pedagogy (2007)
and I believe in using what you learn to make it work for you! Keith Richards explained that the guitar is a never-ending fascinating instrument, always something more to learn - I completely believe this. Play what you know … your way … for you. Study the music theory, understand what you do, so that you can grow and keep enjoying everything you do - enjoy the music that YOU make. Soloing - it's about...

David

College: A LEVEL MUSIC+MUSIC TECH (2004)
techniques or understand more theory, or an advanced player that I may also be able to help, I taylor the lessons to move at a pace that is right for each individual. I teach using easy to read tablature, chord and fretboard diagrams. I specialise in folk guitar and fingerstyle playing. I'm also left handed, which can often be an advantage to the student, as I provide a mirror image of their guitar as we're...
Robert

Robert

Other: Grade 8 Electric Guitar (2011)
at a beginner level. I am also able to support guitarists from an intermediate level. I am personally interested in a wide variety of music, from rock to indie-pop. This is something I take into consideration in my teaching and aim to deliver my lessons to meet the individual's interests and needs. I aim to make my guitar lessons fun and engaging as possible so that my students love playing guitar as much as I...
David

David

Other: ALCM guitar (1987)
help keen adult students, without the restrictions of exam syllabi. Although many older students may avoid learning standard musical notation, my view is that it can be of great assistance in understanding music, and learning new material, more quickly. This, along with developing a good ear, are essential skills for guitarists, but they do require a fair amount of commitment. Above all, I am keen that you enjoy your guitar or bass playing and will...

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