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John K offers guitar lessons in Newark, NJ

John K


...I think that it varies according to instrument. I think that if the chid has a desire to learn then they can start. I also think that it is difficult to know if a child is ready. ... Read More

Thomas H offers guitar lessons in Newark, NJ

Thomas H


...I am currently undergoing my masters at Queens College as well. My experiences range from performing in monks' homes in Japan, music festivals in South America, club dates all around the USA and Canada, as well as recording sessions and leading workshops in Europe and the Caribbean. ... Read More

Billy D offers guitar lessons in Newark, NJ

Billy D


...I have experience teaching students of all ages, from young children learning and instrument for the first time, to more experienced musicians looking to expand their musical horizons. ... Read More

Lamene D offers guitar lessons in Newark, NJ

Lamene D


...By getting to know each student's music tastes, I can create a lesson plan that makes practice seem less like a chore and more like something they feel inspired to do on my own.... Read More

Carl P offers guitar lessons in Newark, NJ

Carl P


...Learning a new musical skill is fun, and really fulfilling, and I want my students to feel that way when they work with me. As long as my students have a initial goal or passion for their desired instrument, success is always on the table.... Read More

Andrew W offers guitar lessons in Newark, NJ

Andrew W


...I love also having opportunities for students to compose and improvise as I feel student creativity is important to keep students engaged. I try to tailor my lessons to what the student needs and desires which can be classical music all the way to pop and rock music.... Read More

Chris I offers guitar lessons in Newark, NJ

Chris I


...For more advanced students, I like to impart an ear training-heavy practice while hitting mechanical basics that will allow for musical expression. Each student has a unique lesson program tailored to their needs and goals.... Read More

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