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Popular Flamenco Guitar Teachers Near Brisbane

Thomas K.

San Francisco, CA
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Jeff S.

Walnut Creek, CA
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Ken W.

Concord, CA
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Thomas K. San Francisco, CA

Subjects Taught

Bass Guitar, Classical Guitar, Flamenco Guitar, Guitar, Mandolin, Music Performance, Music Theory, Songwriting

About Me

I've been teaching for over 10 years and I have never had more fun with it. I studied classical guitar for ten years earning a bachelor's and a master's degree in music. During my formal education I not only learned music theory, music history, ensemble playing, and composing, but more importantly I learned how to REALLY learn new things. This ability I try to pass on to my students.I love sharing the things I've learned from all of my various experiences whether it be from my classical guitar background or from one of my various pop/rock bands. I am a working musician and I still learn new things every time I go out to play. It could be classical music at weddings, Jazz at clubs, or Rock and Roll at rowdy venues. There's a lesson to be learned from each.  

*** Lesson Details ***
Playing and understanding music is easy. The notion that it is only for the gifted and super talented is a lie.Fun is the first priority. Everybody wants to learn different things.  I tailor the lesson to the student and their goals. With guitar or theory/songwriting, each person has an 'ideal' they are striving for (rock guitarist ala Jimmy Page, Acoustic folk ala Bob Dylan, songwriter like Paul Simon, or classical guitarist like Andres Segovia).  I work with students to reach their ideal in a laid back, friendly manner.

I might teach out of a book or make our own book as we go along depending on the student, their experience level, and their goals. Each lesson will stress the important music fundamentals and making things easier. Every lesson and every student is different.  I have students as young as 5 whom I help learn music while they are learning how to read and write.  AND on the other side, I have students like my 81 year old mandolin student who has exciting ideas on how we should perform in our next recitals.Learning music is an investment.  Everyone learns at a different pace. There is no norm.  There is no "place they should be" at after a given time of lessons/practice.  I've had students that stagnated for YEARS and then TAKE OFF musically once they really decided to apply themselves.  If you are the parent of a student the best thing you can do is to be involved. After that, nature will take it's course.    

*** Studio Equipment ***
Some amplifiers, spare guitars, and plenty of nick-nacks.  

*** Travel Equipment ***
Instrument

*** Specialties ***
I am trained in classical guitar, but of course I've been playing and teaching electric guitar for years in different bands and professional settings.In addition, I am very passionate and knowledgeable about Irish/Celtic music and instruments i.e. Mandolin, Tin/Penny Whistle, Bouzouki

Jeff S. Walnut Creek, CA

Subjects Taught

Classical Guitar, Flamenco Guitar, Guitar, Music Performance, Music Recording, Music Theory

About Me

I graduated from the Musicians Institute in '07,and currently perform in the popular band Tainted Love. My main objective is to give all my students the direction they need to become the best musician they can be. I know every student is different and learns at a different rate. I create each lesson specific to the students needs. Playing music can be a lot of work but my main focus is to remember to have fun doing it!

*** Lesson Details ***
All lessons include curriculum that will be for the student to keep. I will start each student's lessons based on their level. I also can give tips on technical issues, performance. I will help in any area that is needed.

*** Studio Equipment ***
I have a home studio with many guitars, amps, effects etc.. I also have a keyboard, electric drum set, and recording equipment set up. I have a comfortable living area for parents to wait in as well.

*** Travel Equipment ***
Acoustic or electric guitar, Music stand, small amp if needed.

*** Specialties ***
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have taught a minimum of 25 lessons and have received the highest
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Ken W. Concord, CA

Subjects Taught

Audio Engineering, Blues Guitar, Classical Guitar, Classical Piano, Composition, Country Guitar, Ear Training, Flamenco Guitar, Guitar, Music Performance, Music Recording, Music Theory, Piano, Pro Tools Software, Songwriting, Ukulele

About Me

At age 12 Ken picked up a guitar and fell in love with the instrument. He began with an obsession with Metallica and related bands that later evolved to a big interest in classical and jazz music as well as an interest in music theory.

From 2008 -2010 completed the music program at Diablo Valley College in June of 2010, which includes extensive coursework in Music theory, Piano and Guitar. Since 2011 Ken has been a Jazz Guitar Performance Major at Cal State East Bay where he will complete and receive a BA in music. There he has studied Classical and jazz Guitar performance with world class musicians.

"Music has many different levels and the beautiful thing is there is a place for everybody. I have spent a lot of time throughout my music career going “back to basics” in order to become a better musician. We are all capable of becoming great musicians and just because someone can play faster than you doesn't necessarily make them better. Music provides everything from healing power to just plain fun for the human spirit so I always encourage students to go at there own pace and work within their abilities."

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20+ years experience as a musician and teacher Ken has taken self taught route and the lessons route. "I believe 100% that being taught by someone who has sufficient experience really provides the roadway for a solid foundation whether you are planning on being a pro, just for fun and all levels in between. The combination of self-discipline and a good teacher are a must to have as a musician."

Amongst many other approaches of teaching music, I try to instill the 3 most lacking areas most musicians usually have to begin.

1. Sight reading: Unfortunately most common with guitarists! Tablature is a somewhat useful way to start but reading music will open many doors and opportunities for any musician

2. Collaboration: A teacher provides one way of collaboration as well as a band or an ensemble at school or in the community.

3. Improvisation: I provide a music theory background and I have a method plan for chord progressions, and help with learning the entire guitar.

I take step-by-step approaches towards giving a student encouragement and instilling music appreciation. I am very organized so every lesson will be documented and we will work on specific areas of fundamental development. Most of all have fun! That what gets us playing music in the first place!

I look Forward to meeting you!

*** Studio Equipment ***
Lesson room, music stands, benches, amps, two pianos, computer area for recording,

*** Travel Equipment ***
Their own instrument and any necessary cables, amps etc. for them I will provide my own

*** Specialties ***
I mostly specialize in jazz and classical guitar and have taught blues, rock, metal and Latin American guitar. All ages and all levels. I also teach western music theory (classical and jazz) from the baroque period to modern day. I teach beginning piano which consists of the basic fundamentals (i.e. scales, posture hand positions, etudes and beginning repertoire)

Andres F G.

Berkeley, CA
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Matt B.

San Francisco, CA
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Dr. Seth G.

Berkeley, CA
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Andres F G. Berkeley, CA

Subjects Taught

Acoustic Guitar, Arrangement and Composition, Banjo, Bass Guitar, Classical Guitar, Flamenco Guitar, Guitar, Music Performance, Music Theory, Songwriting, Ukulele

About Me

Felipe Gómez has collaborated with choreographers, visual artists, and theater directors: "Imagenes Sobre el Tiempo", 2004 (music-dance piece), The Axolotl, 2005 (animation film based on a short story), "Yerma", 2004 (commissioned by the Lewis & Clark College Theater Department). Mr. Gómez won the first prize in Composition for the Kriz Getz Award Competition at San Francisco Conservatory of music (2008) where he completed the Masters in Music Composition. Currently, he continues writing and performing music with Triple Point Trio among other projects.

Philosophy

I encourage students to pursue their musical interests as much as possible. I find that students progress much faster when they follow their heart and play the music that they like. I love teaching different kinds of music such as Pop and Rock, Blues, Jazz, Latin, Classical, Flamenco.

Methodology

I envision for my students to gain a well rounded musical knowledge so that they have the tools to pursue any style of music either professionally or for their own enjoyment. This is why I teach music focusing on four aspects: technique, music reading, harmony and improvisation. I try to tailor this four aspects to people's abilities and interests.

Teaching Experience

I have taught privately for 8 years to students of different levels of skill, ages, and backgrounds. Furthermore I have experience teaching a Jazz workshop at Odyssey Middle School, conducting Jam Sessions at Heriz Music in Burlingame, developing and teaching the musical program for a non-profit organization for individuals with developmental disabilities in San Rafael.

Matt B. San Francisco, CA

Subjects Taught

Bass Guitar, Classical Guitar, Flamenco Guitar, Guitar, Music Performance

About Me

Top Prize winner in the Texas National Music Festival's guitar competition, Matt is a highly sought after performer and teacher. He has performed across the country at venues such as the historic Fayetteville Theatre, Barshinger Hall at Franklin & Marshall College, and the Jon Marlow guitar series in Washington DC. As a teacher, Matt teaches privately and at local schools in San Francisco including the prestigious French American International School and the SF KIPP Bay Academy, where he is Director of the youth guitar orchestra.

Matt completed his studies at the Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University - where he was a scholarship and grant recipient - in 2010 and is currently finishing his Masters at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, where was awarded a scholarship to study with Mr. David Tanenbaum. Matt has been teaching for over 7 years and continues to hone his craft. With intimate knowledge of classical guitar, as well as being proficient at electric guitar, bass guitar, and drums, Matt has a diverse musical background that helps him guide students to their goals with enthusiasm and clarity.

*** Lesson Details ***
I shape the content of each lesson to reflect the goals of each student.

Beginning, there will be a strong emphasis on learning and memorizing the fundamental chords of the guitar, open position scales, basic music theory, and proper technique so that all aspects of playing the instrument are assimilated early on. This method creates a snowball effect which leads to readily learning and understanding your favorite song or repertoire.

*** Travel Equipment ***
Antonia Loriente Classical guitar
2012 Connor
American Fender Stratocaster

*** Specialties ***
Classical guitar, Flamenco, Electric guitar, classic rock, basic jazz, bass

Dr. Seth G. Berkeley, CA

Subjects Taught

Accompaniment, Acoustic Guitar, Arrangement and Composition, Audition Prep, Bass Guitar, Bluegrass Guitar, Blues Guitar, Classical Guitar, Composition, Country Guitar, Ear Training, Flamenco Guitar, Guitar, Music Performance, Music Theory

About Me

"Dr. G. is one of the most natural teachers I have ever come across as a college professor of over 20 years. He is as masterful a teacher as he is a guitarist, a truly rare combination." -Todd M., Student.

Dr. G. has over 20 years of teaching and performing experience. He teaches students who are children (4 and up), teenagers, adults, and seniors; some are professional musicians, while others are beginners. Asides from one-on-one and group guitar instruction, he teaches classes in improvisation, harmony, composition, music theory, and ear-training.

A protégé of the world-renown guitarist Jimmy Bruno and late-pianist-educator Jimmy Amadie, Dr. G. received a PhD in Musicology and a Masters in Classical Guitar Performance from the Claremont Graduate University with Jack Sanders, and a Bachelors in Jazz Guitar Performance from The University of the Arts.

In 2013, his book Billy Bean: The Life and Music of a Jazz Guitar Legend was published by Midoriyama Publishing. The book is a comprehensive biography about the great introverted guitarist.

He performs as a leader and sideman across the United States and Canada as well as Japan, China, France, and Poland.

Among the many with whom Dr. G. has performed are Grammy and Golden Globe nominated singer-songwriter Frank Stallone, two-time Grammy winner Nmon Ford, and virtuoso bassist Jennifer Leitham. He also performs in a wide array of settings from playing solo jazz and classical performances.

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