Tag Archives: Instruments

Study with me

Hello everyone, I have started teaching Guitar/Music courses in Istanbul city (private and group classes). I offer Guitar lessons in English, French and Farsi languages. I teach Classical, Flamenco and Acoustic Guitars, and I am open to all kind of musical styles. I have a Licentiate Diploma (BA) in Teaching Classical Guitar from the University […]

Incidental Music 1, “Cold Dark Foggy Forest”

Lately, I have been working on some incidental music projects.  Here is one of my  compositions called “Cold dark foggy forest” which is based on a prose. I hope you will enjoy listening to it.               .          

Teaching Music (Part 1)

Even though there is a defined path toward becoming a musician (both technically and theoretically) there can’t be a “one size fits all” method that works for everyone. People are different and have different goals. Therefore, they learn by different methods and using different approaches. Especially when working with children, a teacher needs to be […]

The Transformative Power of Classical Music

I would like to share with you this wonderful TED presentation by Benjamin Zander, about “the transformative power of classical music”. Since 1979, Benjamin Zander has been the conductor of the Boston Philharmonic. He is known around the world as both a guest conductor and a speaker on leadership — and he’s been known to […]

What subject do you enjoy reading more on this blog?

Please take the time and let me know what you really like to be the subject of the next posts:

The Art of Performance & beyond

It’s a long road toward an ideal performance. What makes a performance academically ideal could be defined and listed (in fact it is defined and listed). One may argue that it can be reached through analysis, practice, interpretation, etc., and of course it takes time. Therefore, it is not a mystery! But what makes a […]

‘Blog of the Year 2012’ Award

Hello everyone, today I was surprised to see I was nominated for the best blog of the year 2012. The wonderful blogger CLF http://clf4told.com/ was the first one that gave me this honor. I want to thank all of you who have read my blog, subscribed, commented or liked … There are some blogs here […]