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Ramiro M In HomeHome Teaches OnlineOnline
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Instruments: Guitar, Electric Guitar, Classical Guitar, Acoustic Guitar
Styles: Classical, Jazz, Pop, Rock, Blues, Folk, Country, R&b, Gospel, Latin, Funk, Hip Hop, Flamenco, Salsa, Reggae, Merengue, Latin Jazz, Swing, Samba, Bossa Nova, Soul, Marching Band, Punk, Mariachi, Avant-Garde

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Ramiro M In Home Teaches Online
Instruments: Guitar, Electric Guitar, Classical Guitar, Acoustic Guitar
Styles: Classical, Jazz, Pop, Rock, Blues, Folk, Country, R&b, Gospel, Latin, Funk, Hip Hop, Flamenco, Salsa, Reggae, Merengue, Latin Jazz, Swing, Samba, Bossa Nova, Soul, Marching Band, Punk, Mariachi, Avant-Garde

Where I Teach:
In Your Home My Studio Online
Ages Taught: 10-80
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Degrees / Training / Special Info:
BM, Berklee College of Music, Jazz Composition
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2014 - High School Valedictorian 2015/2016- Berklee College of Music Achievement Scholarship 2015 - Performed with Toto La Momposina at Berklee Performance Center 2016 - Performed with Pablo Ziegler at Berklee Performance Center

Overview:
I'm a guitarist, composer, arranger and conductor from Argentina. Having lived in various countries, I carry with me a diverse musical knowledge and background that has made me adaptable and flexible in many musical situations. Currently, I'm living in in Boston, Massachusetts after graduating from Berklee College of Music with a degree in Jazz Composition. A versatile improviser and stylist, I've studied guitar and composition with professors such as David Tronzo, Bret Wilmott, Ayn Inserto and Bob Pilkington. During my time in college, I had the opportunity to share the stage with Toto la Momposina, Pablo Ziegler, Hector del Curto, and others, ultimately becoming proficient in a diverse range of music genres/cultures.
EXPERIENCE
My experience as a music teacher started in High School, where I taught guitar in both English and Spanish to younger students from my school. Through that experience, I began to enjoy seeing students progress, develop a passion for the instrument, and in-part, become inspired by taking my lessons. In college, I did not teach professionally, but I had extensive experience explaining concepts to peers, exchanging information with other students as if it were a lesson, and leading big groups of musicians. Now I'd like to begin doing this again professionally and I believe I have the skills to develop great musicians.
METHODS USED
I base all my teaching on all the different private lessons I've received over my 10+ years of playing and learning guitar with very different guitarists/musicians. I started playing when I was 11, but I find that for any beginner, it's important to start with material that gets instant "musical" sound from the guitar. I believe this consists on working on basic chords which you can use to start singing songs, or learning some easy riffs or melodies that will have you playing music in a matter of a few weeks. Once you get more advanced, technical aspects like music theory, understanding what you already know and using that information creatively become more important in the lessons. For advanced players, the main idea is finding the strengths and weaknesses of the students, working on maintaining those strengths and slowly improving on the weaknesses with specific data, which may be technical or theoretical/mental.
LESSON STYLE
Teaching for me is about finding a balance. The way I approach a lesson consists of focusing solely on the students goals and aspirations and working on that, but also demonstrating yourself to be a good musician and teacher who your student trusts and receives inspiration from. That said, I like to find out and sometimes predict what students would like to do with the guitar and start from there. Every lesson, there is one or two new concepts, technical or theoretical, that I believe will get my student to her/his goal. I like to end lessons with an inspirational "jam", using as much info as my student knows, and demonstrating to them how much could be done with one concept we discussed in class.
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