Nick Harris

guitar teacher

Based in
Brixton, London, United Kingdom
Also teaches in Brixton, Lambeth and South London
Nick Harris | guitar teacher

Rates: Starting from £20 per hour

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Nick is a guitar and ukulele teacher based in Brixton. As well as being a full time musician, he is fully qualified teacher with experience working with adults and children of all ages. Nick worked for three years in primary schools in South London before becoming a music tutor; teaching guitar, ukelele and a bit of banjo on the side. He can teach classical or rock guitar, electric or acoustic, in a style of your choosing. He prides himself on making learning fun and as challenging as is desired.

He says...
"Teaching music to young children requires you to look at the way we learn in great detail and with great care. It encourages you to make the music theory accessible and the practice enjoyable. My experience in teaching has helped me to customise learning to meet your needs, letting you discover things in your own way and be rewarded and motivated by the learning process".

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Group classes available

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At my home in Brixton, or at a place of your choosing.
SW2, Lambeth, United Kingdom


PGCE qualified with experience teaching all ages.

I have been working as a fully qualified teacher for six years, initially in Primary Schools in Lambeth, then moving on to be a music teacher and co-ordinator. During this time I have enjoyed tutoring guitar and ukulele one-to-one to both children and adults and running after school music clubs.

Sep 2007


Aimed at: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced.


Lesson prices depend on your age, experience and where the lessons take place. I have a music room at my home in Brixton (SW2) or am happy to travel to you. Get in touch for more details or to have a chat.

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