Eastern Illinois Univeristy (Biology, Music study)
I've been playing music for almost 13 years now. I started with an acoustic guitar. I played classic rock covers and about 3 years into playing I became part of a rock band.
We played live shows throughout our adolescence. Around the same time, the local park center was giving private concert band lessons. I went to see if I could get lessons on guitar playing, turned out that strings were not part of a concert band, so I ended up picking saxophone. I learned theory for 9 years. I passed the England Music Board Exam with merit qualifying me as a grade 1 saxophone musician.
I am currently studying guitar theory. I study scale patterns and modes within scales. I also teach guitar classes on Tuesdays and Fridays. I am currently working on creating a studio in order to produce younger musicians. I would just like to end this by saying music is my life and passion. I play multiple instruments apart from guitar and sax. I have been playing and composing music for most of my life and I am a great teacher. I have taught many friends and family how to play. It is something I enjoy doing.
I learned music theory with my sax. I have the qualification of a grade I sax player. As for guitar I have years of experience in teaching , composing , and performing.
I would love to share my knowledge with anyone willing. I have taught kids, teenagers, and adults. I encourage anyone to contact me for more information. I am very flexible in my scheduling. I do speak Spanish and English fluently for anyone out there who would benefit from that. Contact me with any and every question you may have. I respond quick. I've been playing music for almost 13 years now. I started with an acoustic guitar. I played classic rock covers and about 3 years into playing I became part of a rock band.
We played live shows throughout our adolescence.
In most cases, tutors gain approval in a subject by passing a proficiency exam. For some subject areas, like music and art, tutors submit written requests to demonstrate their proficiency to potential students. If a tutor is interested but not yet approved in a subject, the subject will appear in non-bold font. Tutors need to be approved in a subject prior to beginning lessons.