- Teaches students:
- and Ages 10+
- Teaching since:
- September 1990
I'm a university graduate in classical guitar performance and have a gift for helping students discover their inner guitarist. I have an extensive musical background as a professional performer, instructor, composer, and recording artist. I've published several guitar methods and composed countless guitar technique studies designed to develop specific skills. I've created and taught guitar and music theory courses for colleges, music academies, and conservatories for over 25 years. I teach all ability levels.
When you take lessons with me, you'll receive a complete music education that includes reading music, rhythms, music theory and discovering the benefits of proper technique.
Edward B. has an extensive musical background that includes over 20 years of performing and teaching professionally. His refined teaching methods, unlimited patience and easy going personality all contribute to enjoyable and rewarding guitar instruction.
Edward is a graduate with honors from Marylhurst University. He holds a Bachelor of Music Degree in Guitar Performance. Edward has studied and attended master classes with some of the nations leading guitar performers and professors such as David Tanenbaum, of the San Francisco Music Conservatory and Brian Wagner at Marylhurst University.
Along with operating his own private instruction business, Edward has authored a 6 week, 12 lesson online guitar course for Ed2Go that's distributed to over 1900 colleges and universities worldwide.
Online Guitar Course Instructor
Reliable & Professional
Edward has a comprehensive understanding of music theory and guitar technique. He is readily able to explain his lessons in terms even the most elementary student can understand. He's very approachable and easy to talk to. Most importantly, he is exceptionally patient! Edward has always been reliable and prepared to teach. I have learned a lot from him over the past year and continue to make steady progress in developing my own skills in reading music and playing guitar.