Chris Keyte

guitar tutor

Based in
Kingston, Greater London, United Kingdom
Also teaches in kingston upon thames
Chris Keyte | guitar tutor

Rates: £25

Make an enquiry Phone: 07849776934

Currently teaching six pupils as a private tutor. Ages range from eight to 40s, mostly beginners or with less than a year’s experience. I am gaining experience on how to prioritise which aspects of music theory and performance technique to work on with a given individual. One pupil is studying graded exams with Rock School. Others are learning rock, pop and classical styles.
Prior to 2010 I have taught friends and family music theory and guitar, and have found that they appreciate the benefits of music theory knowledge, and found that my teaching did help them clarify things, and develop and improve their techniques.

Kingston University
Graduated January 2008 with a 2.1 degree in Music Composition. Here I Learned about analysis and academic writing, whilst building on compositional skills such as orchestration, transcription, working with a wider range of instruments and with more detailed and complex music and scores – including graphic scores with detailed instructions and specialised symbols unique to a composer or even a single piece of music. Also introduced to a wider variety of music genres, styles and techniques.
Whilst there I Successfully organised the setting up of a guitar ensemble, and a multimedia ensemble which have become an official part of the University course. In the multimedia ensemble I took a leading role; wrote, directed, acted in, edited and co-wrote music for a half hour long film. On the strength of this, was offered work as a pre-production assistant and runner on a low budget film production. Given a generous fee for my efforts.


Aimed at: Beginner and Intermediate.

Make an enquiry Phone: 07849776934

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