Looking to the Future.
Life in Cornwall is looking good. Since the relaxing of Covid regulations we now have several visiting guitar students as well as our Online teaching. Our future intention is to expand availability for both in person and online students as we feel this allows us to reach a wider group of people.
If you live too far from Cornwall to make travelling for lessons a sensible option or you do not live in the UK then partaking in lessons over Zoom allows you to take advantage of a quality of teaching that may not previously been open to you.
SGO – “Stafford Guitar Online” is growing in popularity. SGO is our online meeting place helping you to move forward with your guitar studies and to enjoy the experience of meeting others. Check out the link above.
We are currently working towards our October weekend guitar course and are so looking forward to meeting everyone in person.
October is fully booked and for those who missed out this year we have added dates for 2022 guitar courses.
Visit our Guitar Courses page to find details of 2022 Billesley Manor guitar courses.
Guitar Course Dates for 2022
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2021 has been and still is a strange year with all that is going on however we are now working towards and really looking forward to October and our guitar course (fully booked). If you missed out on October we have added dates for 2022.
Click on the Learn More link below and sign up for a weekend of guitar, you will not be disappointed.
Adrian and I are passionate about teaching the Classical Guitar, about passing on all the things that we have learnt over the years.
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The Beginning is a good place to start, the problem always; where is the Beginning?
Talking with one of my younger students, and just for a bit of fun, I mentioned that this is the year when he learns to play emotionally, to which he replied what do you mean, play emotionally.
After 12 years we wave goodbye to Farncombe as a venue for our weekend classical guitar course.
OK in a nutshell, why do I vote for practice? The answer is easy – Practice lasts a lifetime where the help nature gives us in the early part of our lives doesn’t.
Following on from my last blog, “My Vote for Guitar Practice”, this the 2nd installment looks at a vital but often overlooked aspect of music; breathing.
Following on from my last blog, “My Vote for Practice 2”, this the 3rd installment looking at the Secret Art of Relaxation.
A phrase I occasionally use when teaching is- “Sitting on a fence watching your fingers play”