Guitar Lessons Frankston
Instruments similar to what we know as the guitar have been around for at least 5000 years. Played the world over,
enjoyed by many, in many different styles, religions and countries.
Guitar Village School of Music opens
Monday - Thursday 3:30pm - 9pm,
Saturday 10am - 2pm.
See Below for a list of Teachers.
Roger I have been teaching for 10 years and playing for twenty. I received my Advanced Diploma in music performance, Jazz and contemporary on guitar in 2004. I have been working for Allans music and guitar paradise for 9 years and teach all aspects of Guitar and Bass.
Anthony begun learning the guitar at the age of 14 after initially being inspired by the music of Nirvana. He first started learning at Guitar Village in Frankston and learnt for a year before his teacher showed him a thing called “classical guitar”.
Once he commenced learning classical guitar he worked through the AMEB grades and then by the time he was in VCE he knew that he wanted to study classical guitar at VCA.
He then begun getting serious about his music making and eventually got accepted into the Victorian college of the arts school of music.
After graduating from VCA Anthony he began teaching and performing anywhere he could from busking to restaurants and recitals and really enjoys being a musician within the community.
He then begun teaching at TPS in 2013 and really enjoys inspiring student’s music making.
Anthony feels very strongly about the role of music in the world and believes that every human being should have access to be involved with music making. He believes that music making is lifelong process that brings a great deal joy to many people’s lives.
I am one of the guitar teachers at Guitar Village. I have played guitar most of my life and am able to play all styles.
I completed my diploma of music at the Melba Conservatorium of Music in 2008. I have taught guitar for many years both privately and in schools to students of all ages and ability. I am also a songwriter and am one half of original pop/rock duo "SugarDoll".
Mathew Ever since he left school in 2011 Matt Harrison has been teaching music, on his main instruments of guitar and voice. As a musician he often plays gigs as a solo artist, or with his band, around the Melbourne City and Mornington Peninsula areas. His preferred styles include folk, jazz, blues and rock, and he enjoys playing covers of songs from his favorite artists as well as writing his own songs drawn from this inspiration. He also organises acoustic music nights, booking local artists and mixing live sound, and always strives to give young artists opportunities to perform live.
has been playing guitar for the past 11 years and teaching guitar for the past six. Graduating VCE in 2007, Lennon studied a Bachelor of Music Performance over three years at the Box Hill Institute of TAFE. After achieving his music degree, Lennon took on the study of secondary education.
He is currently in his final year of his Graduate Diploma of Education. Lennon has also been performing live throughout Victoria since 2007 in various bands as a singer and guitarist. His former rock band Porcelain Skies have played alongside some of Australia’s best bands.
Lennon currently plays in The Moon Project, a Melbourne based reggae/dub band.
Jay Jay is a young guitarist from Mount Eliza who studies film at Swinburne as well as being the member of a number of Melbourne bands. Jay has played guitar for 10 years and plays a wide variety of genre’s focusing mainly on 80’s and 90’s punk rock along the lines of The Pixies, Sonic Youth and The Wipers. Jay also plays bass, drums and sings and collecting vintage guitar gear and records is his passion.
Joe Joe has been playing guitar obsessively since the age of 13. In 2010 he studied VCE solo & group, units 3 and 4. That year he received an award of excellence in music. He was also involved in the VCE top class concert at the Melbourne Recital Centre for the select students who excelled in their performance exam marks. Joe is currently completing a bachelor in audio production. He’s also currently involved in a pop, soul & RnB project. Joe’s teaching styles range from fingerstyle, blues and jazz to rock and metal as his love for music and the guitar has ventured him into learning a wide array of styles.
STU Stuart has been working and teaching for Guitar Village for over 5 years. Touring throughout Australia and the UK in various punk/thrash bands (most notably Bastard Squad & Scratch N Sniff) also filling in for UK street punk band Beerzone on their Australian tour in 2007 and briefly with local punk/hardcore outfit Charter 77.
Specializing in punk, grunge, garage and Kris Kristofferson covers
Guitar Village School of Music is located in Frankston just a 40 minute drive south of Melbourne on the Mornington Peninsula.