Our teaching style focuses on fun balanced with all the knowledge you need to become a guitarist. With a solid foundation in the theory of music that is applied when playing the guitar, our lessons guarantee the most effective way to increase your skill level.
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Learn to play the guitar in a simple, fun way, following conservatory preparation guidelines for the Trinity College or ABRMS certificate.
Children can start classes with Royal School of Music from 4 years of age. Our goal is to get children to have fun and play songs quickly so they can learn and enjoy themselves.
Lessons for beginners
if you are a beginner of the guitar you will learn to tune your instrument and the importance of good posture, and then go on to learn the guitar chords, read musical notes, rhythm and even theory.
With the basics under control you will learn to play your favorite songs in a very short time!
Lessons for intermediate level
For guitarists who have been playing a year or more, and already have an established technique, our courses for acoustic and electric guitar are perfect, they will teach you advanced concepts to enhance your game. You will learn in depth the construction of chords, rhythms, arpeggio patterns, scales to teach techniques and specialized genres (Classical, jazz, flamenco …)
Lessons for avanced level
Our teachers are professional musicians who will teach you all the techniques, in-depth chords. If you are clear about the genre that you want to continue perfecting we will help you to achieve it in an effective way.
We can follow the Trinity College or ABRSM programs to obtain the certificate.
The ABRSM or Trinity College is mandatory for any student who wants to obtain an advanced Music qualification. We prepare our students for the certificate:
- Developing a reasonable understanding of music when composing or analyzing;
- Beginning to recognize the basic concepts of interpretation: dynamics, balance, tempo ..
- Working the skills to begin to deal reasonably with complex musical passages.