Samuel Brooks – Guitar Tutor
Samuel is an advanced young guitarist with many years of performing and recording under his belt. His range of music includes: Rock, Blues, Country, Pop, Jazz, Fusion. His other skills include: Vocalist (lead vocals)
Samuel has studied music at A level and improvises on the guitar with skills in both rhythm and lead. He knows about guitar tone and knows how to produce a great sound from the guitar, amplifiers and effects. Samuel has achieved grades 1-8 on the prestigious Rgt exam board and is now currently studying for his Rgt Jazz diploma.
Samuel teaches one-to-one and group sessions on the electric guitar, helping people improve knowledge in music theory, technical playing skills and improvisation. Unique lesson plans are crafted for each individual including self produced backing tracks an incorporation of songs of choice and access to video footage of what has been covered in the lesson, this keeps the individual interested and helps them achieve satisfying results quickly.
In addition to weekend drum teaching at Courtyard Music I am a music lecturer at Halesowen College having attained my teaching qualifications at the University of Worcester.
Mirron started playing guitar aged 11. He graduated with Distinction from the Higher National Diploma in Music Performance. He specialises in electric guitar and has LCM Grade also with Distinction.
Tim first became inspired to play guitar after watching a Led Zeppelin DVD. After a few lessons from RGT, Des Sherwood, he attended a local jam night where jammed with his friend Jack Bowles.
Benjamin Brannelly began playing at the age of 9 and has been gigging and recording from the age of 10 – achieving a Grade 8 Distinction at 17 and a Degree in Popular Music Performance from Birmingham City University in 2017.
An experienced piano tutor with a high level of experience and a zest for sharing his passion for all things musical. "I hold a strong belief that music can change lives for the better. I seek to equip students with the performance, compositional and theoretical skills that will see them excel no matter which path they take in music".