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About Nathan K
Nathan has been playing Guitar and studying Music for over 15 years. Nathan thoroughly enjoys passing on his enthusiasm and passion for Guitar and Music alike through tutoring. Nathan holds a First Class honours in Musical Arts (BA) and, starting with a Masters, he hopes to add to these qualifications in the future. Nathan’s teaching style revolves around his students and therefore adapts to the different students he is teaching. Lessons are designed considering the skill level, age and personality of the individual. Alongside teaching, Nathan is hugely passionate about playing in his Function Band, recording and mixing songs and of course listening to music almost none stop.
Teaching in Guitar and Music Theory
Nathan teaches Guitar from beginners to advanced level players and teaches Music Theory up to grade 5 for all ages. Nathan’s lessons include breaking down the fundamentals of both guitar and theory, ensuring each student has a solid technique on which to build. Lessons with Nathan include:
- Fingering Technique
- Scales, Arpeggios and Chords
- Rhythmic Exercises
- Melody and performance
and anything else the student wishes to learn!
Nathan also offers students the opportunity to enter examinations using the exam board of their choice. He prepares his students for their respective exams by breaking down each technical component, with a specific focus given to each section of the exam. Whether the student wishes to focus on melody, rhythm, chords or just playing their favourite band’s songs, he will devote all his energy to providing the required tutoring in helping his students fulfil these wishes, whilst enjoying themselves in the process.
Nathan will give his all to teaching as many genres as he possibly can, although he has vast experience in classical and pop music (particularly Funk, Rock and Jazz.)
His first lesson with any student will be relaxed, with the aim of figuring out the students skill level and what they wish to achieve through their lessons. The student simply needs to let Nathan know their priorities in terms of what they wish to learn and their enthusiasm in achieving this. It is common for Nathan to prepare warm-up exercises for his students, such as stretching exercises for the wrists and hands, along with exercises to develop the technique of each hand, for example finger/plectrum exercises and chromatic scales.
If you're interested in taking a lesson with Nathan, send him a message using the blue button!