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Johanna N offers guitar lessons in Denver, CO

Johanna N

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...I do integrate all learning styles though. I encourage students to have fun and to be encouraged to try new things. However, I also expect students to practice and maintain discipline. ... Read More

Nicholas V offers guitar lessons in Denver, CO

Nicholas V

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...I transferred over to Metropolitan State University of Denver and began my Bachelors degree sequence under the wing of Alex Komodore. I graduated from Metro in May 2014 with a Bachelors Degree in Classical Guitar Performance, and the experience thus far has been amazing. ... Read More

Stuart W offers guitar lessons in Denver, CO

Stuart W

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...I believe in Keeping it Fun! We get to play. Playing is a big part of the creative process, in that it involves experimenting and finding new ideas, thoughts, and processes that work best for each individual and that will lead to the perfect practice and the excitement of performance. ... Read More

Patrick U offers guitar lessons in Denver, CO

Patrick U

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...My methods to teach beginning guitar are basic music reading techniques as they relate to the instrument. Teaching the fundamentals of music gives the student the ability to work on technique development.... Read More

Craig B offers guitar lessons in Denver, CO

Craig B

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...As that progresses guitar players will learn how figure out their own chord voicings and bass players will learn how to move from one chord to another in a manner that keeps the music going forward.... Read More

Megan G offers guitar lessons in Denver, CO

Megan G

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...Some of my students were preparing for shows or competitions, while others simply wanted to learn the joy of creating music! I have also led a professional choir as captain of the choir, led rehearsals of professional singers, and given individual vocal coaching to professional singers.... Read More

Mason B offers guitar lessons in Denver, CO

Mason B

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...My long experience also means that I have practical knowledge of many different genres and the ability to explain the differences among styles to students. Finally, I believe that learning to play an instrument is like learning a sport in miniature, with your fingers being like little athletes, and like learning a sport, learning an instrument should be fun!... Read More

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