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Guitar Lessons London NW8 St Johns Wood

Guitar Lessons St John’s Wood NW8 With Bruce Music

March 7, 2016 1:37 pm Published by
Guitar Lessons St John’s Wood NW8 With Bruce Music Guitar Lessons St John’s Wood.  Here at Bruce Music:  Guitar Lessons London we provide Guitar, Bass, Ukulele and Piano lessons.  We teach students of all ages and all ability levels, anywhere in Greater London and the surrounding areas. In this blog series, we take a different area… View Article

Guitar Lessons London

Guitar Lessons Hampstead NW3 With Bruce Music

February 1, 2016 6:36 pm Published by
Guitar Lessons In Hampstead NW3 With Bruce Music Guitar Lessons Hampstead NW3 with Bruce Music: Guitar Lessons London. At Bruce Music we provide Guitar Lessons to students of all ages and abilities.  Our fantastic Guitar Teachers cover any location across London and the surrounding areas. In this series of Guitar lessons-related blog posts we will… View Article

Guitar Lessons Camden

Guitar Lessons Camden NW1 With Bruce Music

January 27, 2016 3:01 pm Published by
Guitar Lessons In Camden NW1 With Bruce Music Guitar Lessons Camden NW1 with Bruce Music – Guitar Lessons London Our fantastic London Guitar Teachers cover the whole of Greater London and the surrounding counties. But in this series of blog posts we will focus in on specific areas of London, and tell you about the Guitar… View Article

Our Teacher Profiles, Pictures and Videos

August 28, 2015 11:42 am Published by
Hi everyone, At Bruce Music we have the best, most personable instrumental teachers in London.  We hire only the pick of London’s young musicians, those who match our ethos of enjoyment, encouragement and motivation, and who are active in the worlds of performance, composition and education. This post is to direct you to their profiles and… View Article

Quick Practice Tips – Daily Blog – Day 2.

May 19, 2015 10:54 am Published by
Here’s part 2 of our new daily blog series offering you a quick practice tip each day, to improve your Guitar or Piano playing. Tip 2 – Little & Often 2 hours per week, split into 6 sessions of 20 minutes, is infinitely more valuable than 1 long 2 hour session. Breaks are important to process… View Article

Meet Our Guitar Teachers – Video Performances

May 14, 2015 12:16 pm Published by
Hi everyone, Here’s a chance to meet our guitar teachers who cover London and the surrounding areas. On our website we feature a page of Guitar Teacher profiles, listing our teachers’ information, qualifications, experience and successes. And here below is a video playlist featuring performances by a selection of our Guitar teachers – From home… View Article

Guitar Themed TBT Part Two

April 23, 2015 4:36 pm Published by
Welcome to part 2 in our Guitar-themed TBT (Throwback Thursday) mini series. You can find part 1 here. Again, we’re featuring 3 great Guitar videos from days gone by.  Just as part 1 contained performances from 1959, 1969 and 1979, now’s the time for 1989, 1999 and 2009.  So here we go! 1) 1989 –… View Article

Guitar Themed TBT Part One

April 9, 2015 3:06 pm Published by
Here’s part one in a two-part TBT (Throwback Thursday) mini series.  Over the next 2 weeks we’ll bring you some classic live Guitar-centred performances from the last 60 years.  This week begins with 1959, 1969 and 1979.  Next week = 1989, 1999 and 2009. 1) 1959 – The Drifters/Shadows Live at Saturday Club 2) 1969… View Article

Easter Special Offer!

March 31, 2015 10:52 pm Published by
Welcome to the latest Bruce Music blog post.  This post is to tell you all about some great Easter Discount offers on Guitar Lesson and Piano Lesson bookings! On April Fools Day, Wednesday 1st April, we are offering 50% discount on any lessons booked, for any point in time, as long as the booking is made… View Article

New Teacher: Welcome Isabel Torres!

February 24, 2015 12:22 pm Published by
We’ve recently welcomed Portuguese Guitarist Isabel Torres on board at Bruce Music. Isabel relocated to London a few years ago to study for a Music Degree, and has joined our team of London Guitar Teachers in early 2015.  She is a virtuoso Guitarist and performer and an experienced teacher, having started teaching at a very young… View Article

Music & London Part 2

February 2, 2015 6:00 pm Published by
Here’s part 2 of our Music & London blog series, celebrating where Music and London meet in a selection of the best videos on the internet.  Here are today’s two offerings: 1) London in 1927 This incredible colour footage of 1920s London shot by an early British pioneer of film named Claude Frisse-Greene, who made… View Article

Music & London Part 1

January 26, 2015 5:14 pm Published by
London is arguably the centre of Music in the UK.  The biggest gigs, the iconic, historic locations, Denmark street, buskers and Bruce Music! This is Part 1 in a series of blogs linking you to the most amazing videos depicting where Music and London meet. 1)  London Glows In Slo-mo Music video. This is “Friday… View Article

Lead Guitar Phrasing – Part 3 – Brothers In Arms by Dire Straits

December 11, 2014 6:10 pm Published by
Welcome to Part 3 in our series on Lead Guitar Phrasing.  The subject of today’s study is the Mark Knopfler‘s playing on Brothers In Arms.  First, here’s the track: So here are 5 key points we can take from this, to apply to our own Phrasing when soloing: 1) Leaving Space.   We’ve discussed leaving… View Article

Lead Guitar Phrasing Study – Part 1 – Bird of Paradise by Snowy White

December 8, 2014 4:13 pm Published by
Welcome to part 1 in our new blog series looking at Lead Guitar Phrasing.  We’ll be studying some of the most beautiful moments in soloing history, from the classic, unforgettables, to the unheard of, obscure gems. We’re breaking one of our own rules here, as for once, we’re not preaching that “it’s all about the… View Article