Stradivari Strings’ guitar teachers in Singapore offers the following private guitar lessons: acoustic private guitar lessons, classical guitar lessons, electric private guitar lessons and bass private guitar lessons.
If you wish to take up classical guitar lessons, a great option will be for you to start with our guitar teachers in Singapore. Taking classical guitar lessons builds a strong foundation for anyone starting to learn to play the guitar. Your private guitar lessons in classical guitar also builds foundation in music theory and musicianship. Learning to read music theory is important for any musician. Even budding acoustic or electric guitarists can start classical guitar lessons to advance their skills.
Your classical guitar teacher in Singapore will coach you proper techniques and progress you to other genres like jazz, blues, latin, pop and soft rock.
After you start classical guitar lessons, you will realize that the classical guitar is both lyrical and versatile. Your guitar teacher in Singapore will show you that you can play solo, duet or as a group. During your private guitar lessons, you will learn from your guitar teacher how to strum the guitar without the use of a pick.
Beginner level classical guitar lessons cover notation, scales and arpeggios, chords, song accompaniment.
Intermediate level private guitar lessons cover higher position, chord patterns (major chords, minor chords, dominant chords). Our guitar teachers in Singapore will also cover techniques (pizzicato, tremolo).
Advance level classical guitar lessons cover song arrangement, transcription and advance level repertoire.
Our classical guitar teacher in Singapore can coach students via the leisure route, or prepare students for ABRSM or Trinity Guildhall exams.
Private guitar lessons in classical guitar can be conducted at our music studio Sultan Plaza, at your home or at your guitar teacher’s place.Book Lessons
Yvette graduated from NAFA (Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts) School of Music with Diploma in Guitar. She has also attained grade 8 level in guitar from Trinity College London, as well as grade 8 ABRSM music theory. She has extensive experience coaching student on private, one – to – one lessons as well as guitar ensemble coaching in Singapore primary school. Aside from coaching, Yvette has chamber music experience as well as performance experience. The latest include the First International Nikita Koshikin Competition For Young Guitarist (2021).
Deomar is a local guitarist and songwriter who has been making music and teaching guitar for the past 10 years or so. He is registered with the Registry of Guitar Tutors (RGT). He has played as a session musician in Malaysia in 2002 for industry veteran Sharrie Aljunied for various functions. His playing style ranges from blues, rock & roll, to jazz and top 40′s.
Deomar has 15 years of teaching experience and he specializes in coaching acoustic guitar, electric guitar, bass guitar, classical guitar, and ukulele. His students range from age 6 to 80 years old.
Deomar is part of a function and club group Aqal that has played in venues across Singapore, Malaysia and Cambodia. The group started playing in Millie’s Restaurant (Singapore) as the resident band, and has moved on to performing at leading 5-Star Hotels as well as top nightspots in countries as far as Cambodia, Indonesia and Malaysia. In Singapore, Deomar has played at Club 9, Aranda Country Club, Hollandse Club, The British Club, Fullmoon Beach Bar, Cairnhill Cockpit Hotel Lounge as well as other performance venues.
With his extensive performance experience as well as commitment to making music, Deomar is able to ensure that his students not only learn the basics of playing the guitar, but also get a sense of the passion and the inspiration that drives him everyday to make music!
|Beginner level classical guitar lessons||$40 to $60||Duration 30 minutes to 45 minutes|
|Intermediate level classical guitar classes||$50 to $80||Duration 30 minutes to one hour|
|Advance level classical guitar lessons||$60 to $90||Duration 45 minutes to one hour|