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If you’re thinking of taking guitar lessons in Aurora, then you will be happy to learn about all of the wonderful music-related opportunities in your city. The local art and music scene is thriving in Aurora and the surrounding areas, with new art galleries and live music venues opening all the time. The locals are very passionate about music, which means you can see local and national cutting-edge artists perform live every night of the week! Whether you’re into jazz, rock, pop, world music, punk, or classical, you can find amazing artists performing throughout Aurora and Denver.
Listening to music and seeing live performances is a great way to further your studies. Here are some places to experience live music while you’re taking guitar lessons in Aurora.
If you love jazz and blues, The Dazzle Jazz Restaurant and Lounge is an amazing venue to grab a bite and hear the best local, national, and international artists perform. Bring your ax for the Tuesday open jam. The show is all ages before 10:30, so bring the kids!
If you’re into edgier music, Toad Tavern packs a mean punch. Rock out in the five-thousand square foot room with a new stage, pro sound and lighting, and the best rock shows in the area. In addition to rock, Toad Tavern also brings in nationally-known blues artists.
Jam bands are also a great way to experience creativity, mixed with the power and energy of rock. Denver is ground zero for the genre with the Red Rocks Amphitheatre featuring day-long jam band fests.
If you’re looking for clubs to get up close and personal (and check out the guitarists fretwork), Quixote’s True Blue, Sancho’s Broken Arrow, and the Vine Street Tavern all feature live jam bands.
The University of Denver is the home of the Lamont School of Music. Separated from the main campus, the school features performances by students and visiting artists. Most shows are free and feature various jazz and classical ensembles.
University of Colorado Denver also has a College of Arts and Media which features live performances by student ensembles and guitar artists like Todd Rundgren at the King Center Concert Hall.
Learning to play an instrument goes beyond simply taking lessons. Exploring the local music scene will help you take your guitar skills to the next level. Whether you like rock, blues, jazz or classical music, you have a wealth of opportunities to hear live music while you're taking guitar lessons in Aurora. Get out there and check it out!
Chords, Rhythm, Note-Reading, Soloing, and technique from the simplest to most complex levels
Can teach up to intermediate level in Guitar technique and music theory.
Over the course of many years, I have taught various styles of guitar to many different types of people. Whether you're interested in learning to play a specific song, or if you've just always wanted to play guitar but weren't sure where to start, I will join you in your journey and help you discover the tools that you need to reach the level that you want.
I help my students figure out and understand how the instrument and their own hands work, so that they are able to get full control of the guitar and play in various styles with ease. I work to make sure as many doors as possible are open to my students, and I leave it up to them to decide which doors they want to walk through.
I offer guitar lessons in classical, jazz, blues, rock, country, and funk guitar styles, however I have many years experience catering to the beginning child and adult guitar student. In beginning lessons we learn basic technique, open position chords, open position scales, basic rhythm, time signatures, and music chosen by the student. With young students (children 5-12) I use the Hal Leonard Method Book 1(or any comparable publication). This book teaches the basics of guitar playing in the open position as well as reading standard music notation and playing music from chord symbols and charts. After completing Book 1 we move on to playing popular songs by artists such as the Beatles, Queen, Johnny Cash, Elton John, and Bob Marley. The students job is to learn both the chords and a single note melody of each song and to perform each part, trading parts with myself. I strive to teach the language of music to students first in order to prepare them for continued guitar instruction, ...
Kevin Jones has been writing, recording, and playing music for over 25 years. Music is meant to be fun and it is his goal to help others enjoy music. He has been a teacher for 11 years and has composed hundreds of songs. He is passionate about teaching his students the songs they want to learn, no matter the difficulty. He specialized in guitar, drums, and song writing. Kevin has a great way of encouraging others to keep going no matter what challenge is in front of them.
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