Guitar Lessons | The Tinturin Music Studio

Guitar Lessons

Arguably one of the most popular instruments in the world, the guitar offers a versatility far beyond almost any other instrument. From country to classical, Spanish to jazz, folk to flamenco, pop to rock, from concert stages to campfires, the guitar holds a place in more homes than any other single instrument. And, it's certainly easier to carry than a piano!

The guitar is possibly the most played instrument in the United States, if not the world. However, it certainly is not the easiest. Lessons are offered for children and adults, beginning through virtuoso. We do recommend that very young children (under 10) begin with the piano unless they are extremely motivated, coordinated and well developed.

Key Benefits

Pride of accomplishment
Satisfaction from entertaining and pleasing others
Relaxation

Capabilities

Glenn Tinturin has been teaching guitar for decades and is an experienced, professional, concertizing musician. He will pay very close attention to the bio-mechanics of your playing to protect you from injury.

Classical Guitar

Glenn's specialty, he can offer Master-Class level coaching for the professional performer as well as step-by-step instruction for the beginner.

Jazz

Glenn can offer you a thorough training in music theory, chords and improvisation.

Rock

Glenn can give you a solid foundation in rhythm, bass lines, chords and lead.

To Assure a Well-Rounded Education, Glenn covers:

Tone Production - How to create and project a singing tone
Ear Training - No one has to be "tone deaf!"
Sight-reading - Learn to read and play a new piece of music
Technique - Finger facility and flexibility
Posture, Hand Position, and Bio-Mechanics - Correct position helps develop strong technique and avoid injury
Theory - Learn the structure of music for better understanding
Musicianship - Learn the language of music as a means of communication
Ensembles - Play with others in duos or groups
Performance - Recitals, Performance classes, Master classes, and Competitions