Gregg Ramsey

Gregg R.

Boston, MA
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About

Gregg delivers an exceptional lesson experience and ranks in the top 15% of our teachers nationwide.
Teaches students:
Ages 1+ and special needs

Teaching since:
January 1980

I have had extensive jazz a rock studies from attending The Guitar Institute of Technology in Hollywood, to becoming George Russell's teaching assistant at The New England Conservatory of Music in Boston before he retired. I learned from a true master of jazz and contemporary music regarding composition, improvisation, theory and teaching students.




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My aim is to share my musical knowledge, sense of harmony and technique to dedicated students. All melody and chords come from scales, which is essential to understanding music, as well as rhythms. I also accept what a student wants to learn. An important attribute of mine is patience, and the understanding that each person processes information differently.


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student needs own instrument

*** Specialties ***
rock, jazz, experimental, composition, rhythmic approaches, improvisation, musical notation techniques

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Experience

Guitar, Theory and drums
Jan 1990 - Present
Freelance Teacher

I have taught guitar, music theory and drums on and off over the past 30 years.

Education

Certificate of Completion
Sep 1983 - Sep 1984
The Guitar Institute Of Technology, Hollywood, Ca.

Languages

English
Professional Proficiency

Certifications

George Russell's Lydian Chromatic Concept Of Tonal Organization
Sep 2001
George Russell

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Mike Hays Oct 9, 2015
Music Theory · In studio

Gregg was my musical instructor during the early 1980ties. What I learned in a few lessons with him was more that I could have expected. I was primarily focused on percussion, of which his vast knowledge was highly dynamic. I learned about poly-rhythms, Indian ti-hies, and complex time signatures. He had available much reference material that he provided me. And over the years his musical insights have not only supplemented my inquiries, but made me a better musician and person. I hope you have a chance to study with Gregg, as you will be introduced to a new and better way of musicianship!

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