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Featured Guitar Teachers Near Huntington, NY

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering Guitar lessons in Huntington . Whether you are looking for beginner guitar lessons for your kids, or are an adult wanting to improve your skills, the instructors in our network are ready to help you now!

Robert B offers Guitar lessons in   Huntington, NY

Robert B

Instruments: Piano Guitar Trumpet Drums Recorder Mallet Percussion Orchestral Percussion Conga Latin Percussion

I am a vibrant forward thinking music teacher with a lot to offer a young musician.  For the past twenty years music has been the center of my life. My experiences include local and international performances.  In my experiences I have also had the chance to perform at famous concert halls such as Symphony Space, Avery Fischer Hall and Carnegie Hall.  Currently I am a full time music instructor in public school and do my best to pass on my passion of music to my students! Read More

Elaine A offers Guitar lessons in   Huntington, NY

Elaine A

Instruments: Piano Guitar Voice Synthesizer Recorder Music Keyboard Electric Guitar Acoustic Guitar

My teaching experience dates back to my college days, where I taught students on the campus at CW Post College. I have consistently taught students in my home studio for the last 15 years. I am very encouraging for the students to practice as a key point in becoming a great musician. I also emphasis this for the younger students, because it helps the student's progress and to gain a passion for his or her instrument. Read More

Maximilian S offers Guitar lessons in   Huntington, NY

Maximilian S

Instruments: Piano Guitar Voice Violin Viola Drums Mallet Percussion Orchestral Percussion Conga Keyboard Electric Guitar Djembe Classical Guitar Acoustic Guitar

My music pedagogy is influenced by Zoltan Kodaly, mile Jaques-Dalcroze, Edwin Gordon, and Carl Orff. For teaching violin, while I employ elements of the Suzuki Method, Strictly Strings, and Metodo Nicolo Violin to instill discipline and establish ,precision, I set up a lively, interdisciplinary, and creative environment by incorporating calisthenics, games, dancing, singing, and storytelling to encourage versatility and innovation. Read More

Larry M offers Guitar lessons in   Huntington, NY

Larry M

Instruments: Piano Guitar Voice Drums Bass Guitar Organ Synthesizer Ukulele Mandolin Double Bass Keyboard Electric Guitar Classical Guitar Acoustic Guitar

I studied with the Great Master Lennie Tristano and have about 15 years of intensive study like eight hours a day! There is no substitute for experience! This has afforded me the opportunity to teach privately in all style and genres effectively since high school. Bach was an Improviser and so it is in Creative Improvisation that we find the seed to musical creativity and the development of true originality! I have written six books on music published by Cherry Lane Publishing which are sol nationally. Read More

C.J. Y offers Guitar lessons in   Huntington, NY

C.J. Y

Instruments: Piano Guitar Drums Bass Guitar Mallet Percussion Orchestral Percussion Conga Latin Percussion

I have been teaching privately and in group settings for 9 years. In my private studio, I have maintained around 25 students. In group settings, I have taught many drumlines, percussion ensembles, and middle school percussion classes. I love to assist students in their desire to explore music and they physical skills associated with it. It is my desire to walk with students as they take the necessary steps to become more familiar with an instrument and music in general. Read More

John O offers Guitar lessons in   Huntington, NY

John O

Instruments: Piano Guitar Voice Bass Guitar Synthesizer Banjo Ukulele Mandolin Double Bass

I've been teaching since graduating high school part but I've been teaching consistently for the last 5 years since graduating college. I am always exploring different genres,techniques, and ideas of what music is, which has made me a good all around musician. I am a big fan of making things fun because music to me is fun to play. If the student is not having fun then I am not doing my job correctly.There does however need to be consistent practice in order for someone to progress with the instrument. Read More

Teacher In Spotlight


Rene M

Instruments: Guitar Drums Bass Guitar Electric Guitar Acoustic Guitar

What advice do you have about practicing effectively?
Practice and discipline. It always comes down to practice and discipline. However, many times practice would seem boring but that only happens when practice patterns aren’t giving the expected results, and that’s a result of incorrect approaches. I can teach you how to make your practice fun and unique. Results will immediately be evident, however that will only happen when you take practicing as serious as you take your goals and dreams. To reach a place where you’ve never been, you’d have to do something you’ve never done.

How do I know if my child is ready to start lessons?
Your child will show little hints that parents should pay attention to. For example, when children can play short melodies on piano, guitar, etc. without any previous lessons. Another way parents can tell if their children are ready is when they ask for an instrument and they pick them up with great easiness. However, age has a lot to do if their children are ready or not. Parents should wait until children are around 10-11 years old to register them for one to one lessons. But once they start taking lessons, don’t let them quit those lessons just because they’re getting challenging. Perseverance and discipline.

When will I start to see results?
That only depends on the child’s commitment and seriousness. But if the student seriously commits, parents will see results sooner than they think. Getting your child music lessons isn’t money spent that you will never see anymore, it’s an investment and also the greatest you can give to your child. I can assure, if the child is pushed with love and discipline, results will be self-evident much sooner than expected. There’s nothing, absolutely nothing, you child can’t achieve with proper practicing.

Why did you choose your primary instrument?
The guitar has been my primary instrument for ten years now. I have been a serious guitarist for ten years always striving for the best quality of playing skills. The guitar is a very personal musical instrument. After you make that connection to the guitar, it actually turns into an extension of your own body. It’s seem like if you’re not playing your guitar, or at least having right next to you, there’s something fundamental missing. Your soul flows through the tip of your fingers and becoming immortal melodies in that guitar.

What do you think is the hardest thing to master on your instrument?
Even up until this point the hardest thing is to play the right notes at the exact right time. Mindless shredding, trying to impress with playing fast and sloppy is the easiest thing, but playing flawless and with feeling is still a challenge. Two or three notes, but playing carefully and filled with sentiment isn’t the easiest thing to do. Although with practice everything is possible. Melodic playing should be a ever-lasting goal, playing according to the original melodic but always putting one’s own spin must be an objective for every musician.

What does a normal practice session look like for you?
First of all, the first lesson I assess the student’s level and mastery of the instrument. Each student, each guitarist is unique therefore each needs and deserves an unique approach. After so, I spend some time teaching a quick glance in theory so the student will appreciate the the guitar as a perfect instrument. Then I implement improvisation skills by analyzing the student’s soul. Like I said, each student is a whole different world, unrepeatable and unreplaceable.

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