My guitar studies started when I was thirteen years old. My first approach to this instrument was from a popular music background. Then, at the age of 18 I started my classical training at the University of Buenos Aires.
Teaching approach My teaching approach is based on the classical technique which I firmly consider absolutely necessary to achieve excellence in performance, either addressing classical or popular music. Lessons are tailored to each student's need. Although I follow a common technical method the style of the pieces can vary from one student to the other
Being also a composer, allows me to give all of my students a greater understanding of how music works and therefore this allows to have a greater appreciation for it, providing the resources to create their own music, harmonizing solos, melodies and make own song arrangements.
The Guitar Technique:
Abel Carlevaro's School of Guitar
Abel Carlevaro (1916–2001) was a virtuoso performer, classical guitar composer and teacher born in Montevideo, Uruguay.
He established a new school of instrumental technique, incorporating a fresh approach to seating and playing the guitar, based on anatomical principles.
Carlevaro’s Guitar Technique is based basically upon the idea of obtaining the maximal result with the minimum effort.
In order to achieve this, the student must go through an intense mental work to resolve problems concerning the instrument and physical effort to mechanise the fingers methodically.
“Technique is, above all, a mental activity which dictates the movements of the fingers. This term is often wrongly used to mean rapidity, agility, uncontrolled speed, thus ignoring essential elements such as measure, order and evaluation provided by our mind, to reach total submission of the fingers to achieve our purposes successfully. Furthermore, technique should also be understood as the achievements of maximum results with a minimum effort, through the power of our mind.”
Travel Directions - Guitar Teacher in Mayfair
Driving Directions - Guitar lessons Mayfair
1. Head to the west by Grosvenor St to Charles Pl.
2. Turn left towards Park Ln / A4202
3. Turn left towards Piccadilly
4. Take the 1st right onto Duke of Wellington Pl.
5. Turn slightly to the left towards Knightsbridge
6. Continued by Brompton Rd / A4
7. Turn left towards North end Rd/B317
8. Take the 2nd left onto Beaumont Crescent
9. Take the 1st onto Gibbs Green Close
10. Slight left
10. West Kensington Music Team Studio: London W14 9LT UK
Public Transport Directions - Guitar teacher in Mayfair
1. Walk to Bond Street
2. Take the Jubilee Line towards North Greenwich
3. Walk to Westminster
4. Take the district line towards Ealing Broadway or Richmond
5. West Kensington Station
6. Walk to West Kensington Music Team Studio: London W14 9LT UK
Walking Directions - Guitar teacher in Mayfair
1. Head southeast on Clarges St toward Piccadilly/A4
2. Turn right onto Piccadilly/A4
3. Slight right to stay on Piccadilly/A4
4. Slight right onto Piccadilly
5. Continue onto Knightsbridge
6. Continue onto Brompton Rd/A4
7. Slight right to stay on Brompton Rd/A4
8. Slight right onto Cromwell Rd/A4
9. Slight left to stay on Cromwell Rd/A4
10. Turn left onto North End Rd/B317
11. Turn left onto Beaumont Ave
12. Turn right.
13. West Kensington Music Team Studio: London W14 9LT UK