Guitar

  Program details.....    

Guitar w/ Jarrah Thompson
 
Beginner to advanced - all ages in Torquay and online via zoom.
Lessons are 1 hour in length and focus on key areas for guitar and music development. The
foundations of guitar and music in these lessons are theory, chord and scale knowledge, blues and improvisation, picking and play
ing techniques, repertoire, music elements and composition.

Every student is different and learns at a different pace, so lessons are focused on this development and tailored to your goals and ambitions.
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  Jarrah Thompson   
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  About!    

Jarrah Thompson

Guitar, songwriting, recording and mixing, career development.

 

The founder of Artist Path Music in 2017, Jarrah is a passionate and dedicated musician and educator.
Jarrah has a wealth of knowledge to share from over 15 years in the music business. Through releasing 3 albums over 2008 - 2014, Jarrah went on to tour Brazil 7 times, Europe and over 300 shows across Australia including being the recipient of several grants through Austrade and Arts Victoria. Along this journey Jarrah studied guitar and music under different mentors and private teachers, giving him a large spread to teach from enabling him to connect with students from all backgrounds, ages and abilities. Jarrah’s true calling is to inspire people through songwriting and creativity, this being the corner stone beliefs of APM.

“So much can be healed through music… it healed me and gave me great focus and purpose” Jarrah - 2017

 

To listen to Jarrah's original albums head to: https://jarrahthompson.bandcamp.com

To check up on Jarrah's tours, releases and music news head to: 

http://www.jarrahthompson.com 

https://www.facebook.com/jarrahthompson

“I can well recommend Jarrah as a guitar/music teacher, he took me on as a retired person with no knowledge and playing ability and gave much time and understanding to my development. After 4 years of tuition, and much frustration, I can read music, understand some of the nuances of what I’m reading and I can play acoustic guitar fingerstyle reasonably well. Great teacher, great musician.”

— Dennis (Torquay)