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If you are a beginner classical guitarist, you can learn to play like the masters with a master teacher in London

Playing classical guitar today connects you to the masters of earlier times.

String instruments dates back to the days of ancient carvings and statues recovered from Egyptian, Sumerian and Babylonian civilisations. Music for the classical guitar started when the 6th string was added, way back in the 18th century.

From the Renaissance and Baroque periods, the classical guitar has evolved to modern times where it is one of the most popular forms of music today.

Now you can learn the basics of how to play and enjoy the exciting sound and style of classical guitar music as a beginner student in London.

It can be a difficult task, but it can also be enjoyable if taught in the right way and by the right teacher.

Stefan Joubert is the founder of the London Guitar Institute and is a master teacher. He has studied under some of the great guitarists. He knows that learning classical guitar is both challenging and exciting and he shares his music appreciation with you.

The London Guitar Institute has been working with beginner classical guitarists just like you in providing high-quality classical guitar lessons in central London (Mayfair and the City), and it allows its students to progress at their own individual rates.

As a student there, you won’t be rushed, and you will enjoy the journey of learning to play the music you love.

A growing list of students continues to recognise Stefan Joubert as the reason for their success and their enjoyment of music. They like the way he answers their questions, organises their lessons, shows patience, and explains everything so clearly.

That’s what a master teacher does.

A beginner classical guitarist in London needs a good foundation

If you want to learn to play classical guitar, you need a good foundation and a good start.

The London Guitar Institute provides classical guitar lessons that take you from where you are now to where you want to be.

And the path to improvement is carefully planned with the right techniques and practice methodologies.

What are some of the things you will learn as a beginner classical guitarist in London? You will learn posture and sitting position, right-hand positioning and accuracy, left-hand positioning and independence.

You will learn fretboard and string techniques, arpeggio exercises, and advanced thumb techniques. You will discover how to modulate chords and shape melodies.

You will learn the free stroke (Tirando) for playing classical repertoires and the rest stroke (Apoyando) for bringing out a melodic line or projecting sound.

You will develop the ability to play musically using the smooth and connected style of legato and the short and detached style of staccato.

Learn harmonics and develop your own dynamic range (soft to loud).

Stefan Joubert works with beginner classical guitarists in London to master the basics and get confidence before they speed up or move on to more difficult concepts and performance.

The London Guitar Institute is a good pick

The London Guitar Institute for beginner classical guitarists is the best place to learn music theory and apply it to the classical guitar.

Stefan Joubert and teachers are well schooled in all forms of guitar music. In the genre of classical music, Stefan can talk to you about the masters in the field and show you some of the unique stylists who contributed to its growth.

The masters of classical guitar include Andres Segovia, John Williams, and Julian Bream. Learn how famous musicians made their mark in the classical style.

And learn what songs beginning classical guitarists like to play, like Gran Vals by Francisco Tarrega, Fantasia 10 by Alonso Mudarra, and Introduction and Variations on a Theme by Mozart.

Whatever legend you have followed, you can learn more from Stefan at the London Guitar Institute.

The London Guitar Institute is designed for adult learners. Here you can concentrate on the knowledge and techniques you need and learn at your own pace from a dedicated teacher.

And when you are ready, as a beginner classical guitarist at the London Guitar Institute, you will be given the opportunity to perform in your own concert with peers – and without judgment.

It’s your chance to perform on stage, just like your classical guitar idols.

Two convenient locations welcome beginner classical guitarists in London

There are two great and convenient locations for classical guitarists in London.

Right in the heart of the City of London, you will be welcomed to our location in Shoe Lane EC4. (Only 5 minutes from Chancery Lane station)  

You will also be happy to attend our prestigious facility in the heart of Mayfair W1 near Park Lane. It is one of the most exciting retail centres in the world.

Either of these great locations is easily accessible and handsomely presented.

You can access either location from all parts of London and in a variety of ways including a leisurely walk, a cab, or the nearest underground.

Budding musicians should have the finest accommodations available to them. The London Guitar Institute gives you that.

Select a course that is right for you

As a beginner classical guitarist, you are immediately eligible for training at the London Guitar Institute. There are no pre-requirements. Lessons take place weekly at set times and days.

A one-time registration fee of £95 is due prior to starting your course.

You can select from the following options:

Lessons with master classical guitarist Stefan Joubert:

  • 1 lesson per week for 30 minutes
  • 1 lesson per week for 45 minutes
  • 1 lesson per week for 60 minutes

Where time permits, a student may study for two lessons of 60 minutes per week.

Courses start from £225 per calendar month.

Lessons with Stefan Joubert’s assistant instructor:

  • 1 lesson per week for 30 minutes
  • 1 lesson per week for 45 minutes
  • 1 lesson per week for 60 minutes

Where time permits, a student may study for two lessons of 60 minutes per week.

Courses start from £145 per calendar month.

Contact us today to start your journey

Whether you know little or nothing about classical guitar but are interested and want to learn more, we can help you discover your level of skill and potential for growth.

To get started, please contact Stefan Joubert at enrol@londonguitarinstitute.co.uk

You can also contact us at 020 7127 0717.

Or you can make an enquiry using the form below. We will reply within 1-2 working days.

We look forward to working with you to begin the journey. Become a proud member of the London Guitar Institute, and we will help you become the classical guitarist you want to be

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