No matter age you are or level you have - if you need a lead in your guitar playing, you're in a good place.
Being a teacher
is not only about having knowledge and skills, but above all it is about learning to listen and drawing conclusions quickly.
As a child and a teenager, I spent most of the afternoons in first and second degree music schools. Apart from playing the guitar, I had lessons in piano, eurhythmics, ear training, music theory: harmony, history and musical forms, as well as numerous music bands and theater groups.
After years of training i have decided to… do some more years of training in a Music Conservatory.
This allowed me to get a broader perspective on what it is like to be a professional musician and teacher. Here I developed the whole range of “guitar kung-fu”
In addition to the obvious practical classes in guitar, piano and singing, I also attended additional classes in theater, as well as pedagogy with its practice at school, watching experienced teachers.
There was also a place to visit master classes, concerts with the best guitarists in the world, as well as to develop my own skills of performing solo concerts.
After graduation from the conservatory I started to develop small vocal-instrumental projects. At first I worked in state music schools, but my creativity pushed me forward, looking for new forms of expression. I traveled, developing a flamenco playing, improvisations, but most of all meeting new people and musical habits. This resulted in finding my own style in the playing and in teaching.
What My Students Have to Say
Then he played a wonderful living room concert here, which deeply touched all of us, including the children. Thank you, man, for these lessons and for conveying the joy of music and playing the guitar the way you live it: With heart, hand and soul!