Online vs. In-person Lessons?

For years, I have been suggesting online lessons as a great solution for people who have a busy schedule, limited access to good experienced and resourceful teachers, and/or want more professional help than they can get from a local teacher. With online lessons, you can have access to a good professional teacher from the comfort of your home.

I have successfully prepared many online students for international examination board assessments (in classical and acoustic guitar, theory and composition) such as London College of Music (LCM), Trinity College (TCL), ABRSM, etc, auditions, or recitals.

All online students have been as successful as in-person students (Read some testimonials here). Yet, there have been students who were not sure if they should start online lessons or if online lessons is the right option for them. Nonetheless, those who were courageous enough to give it a try started to realize that it is as helpful as the in-person lessons.

Now, with the Covid-19 / Corona virus pandemic, having in-person lessons is the last thing one wants to do. With online lessons being the only option, a lot of doubters are starting to like online lessons even more than in-person lessons.

I have a Licentiate Diploma in Teaching Classical Guitar from the University of West London (UWL’s highest teaching qualification) and over 10 years of experience as a professional teacher. Once more, I’d like to encourage you to stay at home and take online lessons. Trust me, it’s not that complicated, there is no better time! Learn more about my online lessons here.

Feel free to drop me a line if you have any questions. I can speak English, French and Farsi fluently and can communicate in Turkish as well.

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