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.
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".
Leigh Collins has been playing guitar for over a decade and has developed his performance skills in a number of different environments. Leigh has completed a Bachelor of Applied Music (Performance) and he is currently studying a Master of Music (Performance Teaching) at The University of Melbourne in order to further improve his performance and teaching skills. Leigh performs regularly in both corporate and public settings in various jazz ensembles, a cover band (Blackwater Riff) and an original reggae band (Beautiful Moana). His areas of teaching include theory, sight-reading, classical and all contemporary styles. Leigh believes that the instrumental teacher has a great responsibility to their student and he is passionate about motivating students to find their own voice and pathway in music.
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.
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.