Classical guitar lessons begin with learning how to read music, while developing good posture and technique on the instrument using finger-style plucking. Over time, we will work on building a repertoire of classical performance pieces, to be shaped with great musicality. Classical guitar is a terrific way to build good technique on the instrument, drawing from the hundreds of years of knowledge in the subject.
I have taught all levels, using the methods of Giuliani, Carcassi and Sor. Also I encourage my students to develop a basic repertoire for performance, a knowledge of theory and fundamentals.
I studied classical guitar at the University of Central Florida, performing solo and ensemble repertoire. I can teach proper technique with both hands, music notation, sight reading, harmonic theory, and how to realize "orchestral" compositions. From Sor to Villa-Lobos and everything in between!
Classical guitars can differ from other guitars. You tend to learn to play classical guitar differently from other guitar styles. The classical guitars six strings comprise of the bass strings which are nylon wrapped in brass wire and the treble (lower) strings made from nylon. It is a wooden bodies instrument. It includes no electronics at all.
A classical guitarist is not just a person who plays a classical repertoire. It is also very important the way he plays. A classical guitarist plucks the strings with the fingers from his right hand and doesn't use any pick. There are also some recommendations about the position of the body that make a classical guitarist different from other guitarists.
I have been this teaching this instrument for 3 years. I use the Aaron Shearer book as the first instruction to how to play the instrument. Then I go through Carcassi's 25 Studies and Leo Brouwer's New Studies before I teach any professional repertoire. My goal is to teach my students classical guitar technique as well as knowledge of the history and vast repertoire of the classical guitar. I believe that careful and strategic practice combines with great instruction leads to music success.
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