Guitar Lessons

Private Lessons for Acoustic, Electric and Bass Guitar

Ages 7 – Adult / All Skill Levels


The guitar is a popular choice for most students along with the piano, thanks to its wide range. As a guitarist you can play melodies as well as harmonies and rhythms. Guitarists have the ability to play an infinite amount of variations of articulations, such as slide, hammer, slur, bend, finger pick, tap, vibrate, strum, etc!

The guitar is portable and easy and fun to itemize with colors, shapes, gears, and accessories. There are 3 types of guitars: Classical guitars (nylon strings) Acoustic guitars (steel strings), and Electric guitars.


Each of our lessons are tailored to each student. For beginners, it is important for us to keep the students motivated. Right from the first lesson, you will be playing a simple song.

Our lessons are usually divided in 3 main sections:

1/ Warm ups: including scale, techniques, and exercises
2/ Harmony and chords, as well as theory concepts.
3/ Goal songs: Could be a song of your choice arranged for your level by our teachers, or the teacher’s recommendation, depending on your path, or both.


We host recitals every month in our performance hall. Every student of the music school can join and perform the music of their choice. It is also an opportunity for many to meet music friends and create groups and music ensembles.

We also host twice a year a Summer and Winter music festival, usually held over 2-3 days, where students perform their favorite music. Have a look at our videos HERE.

Schedule a preview!

During the preview, you’ll visit our music studios, discuss your musical goals or needs with your teacher, try the instrument, and talk about lesson details. Please select your teacher, and click directly on their calendar to schedule a free meet and greet and tour with your teacher.

Our Guitar teachers:

  • Daniel Radu
  • Edward Roa
  • Curtis Leong

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