Guitar Courses : Buenos Aires, Argentina

Classical guitar technique from zero or from you already are. The basis of a good classical guitar technique: right hand, left hand, arpeggios, scales, exercises, studies.

Step by step practice and logical reasoning to develop a good foundation on classical guitar. It's not about repeating for hours in a row without understanding what we are doing, but rather to think what and how we will do, then slowly practice the principles, watching carefully and avoiding mistakes from the start.

 

Lessons in person:

At home
(Buenos Aires)
In your office
(Buenos Aires)
In a public place
(Buenos Aires)

Hourly rates: (USD $)

1 student: $25.00
2 students: $18.00
3+ students: $12.00
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  • Private and semi-private Guitar classes for all levels.
  • Take your classes at home, in your office, in a coffee shop, or online.
  • Learn at your own pace: daytime, evenings or weekends. Classes are available from 7 am to 11 pm.
  • Our Guitar Teachers personalize their courses according to your needs and objectives.

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Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is the second largest metropolitan area in South-America. It is one of the most visited cities in Latin America and boasts one of the region's best standards of living.

Buenos Aires hosts multiple ethnic and religions groups. Also, thanks mainly to sustained immigration in the last 150 years, several languages are spoken in the city besides Spanish. Traditionally immigration has originated in Italy and Spain, however other European countries have contributed significant numbers: Scotland, Norway, France, Poland, Portugal, Greece, Holland and Russia being among the most important, while immigration from Latin America originates mainly in Bolivia, Paraguay, Peru and Chile. Additionally, in recent years, immigration from Asia has increased considerably, originating mainly in Taiwan, China, Japan and Korea.