GUITAR | VOICE | MUSIC THEORY | COMPOSITION | IMPROVISATION
Don't know the first thing about music? Don't worry, students of all ages and experience levels are welcome. We'll start from the ground up - learning basic posture, technique, and vocabulary that will have you making music in no time.
There's always more to learn, and a true master is a student for life. Musicians with a foundation of technique and music theory will benefit from advanced concepts in harmony, improvisation, chord substitution, scale and arpeggio patterns, inversions, theoretical analysis, rhythmic study, composition and other specialized interests of study. We will also take a deeper look into stylistic choices to help develop your unique sound.
Finger-style and Strumming
Chords, Scales, Arpeggios
How to Read/Write Music
Jazz and Blues
Unlock your creative potential
Lessons focus on empowering you to develop healthy practice routines and to better understand how music works on an artistic, technical and theoretical level. Learn the principles of music theory as they relate to constructing chords, scales, arpeggios and rhythm. Incorporate aural skills and ear training exercises to enable the music you hear inside to be expressed on any instrument/voice. Lessons offer tools for performing in any style - solo or with others - and are guided by your questions and interests.
Adrian DiMatteo received his degree in Jazz Guitar Performance from the Eastman School of Music, was a grand finalist for Guitar Center’s “King of the Blues” competition in 2006, and has performed in over 20 countries. He recently developed Guitar Handbook, a chord learning app for aspiring guitarists.
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