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George Walker
Posting ID:
Omaha / Council Bluffs
 guitar   lessons 
Service Category:Education
Business Name:George Walker Music
5005 N. 126 St.
Omaha, NE 68164

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Guitar Lessons Omaha; NE Price $15 - $30 per hour Payment Cash; Checks Hours Mon-Fri: 10:00am-7:00pm Travel Customer travels Location Omaha; NE 68164 Phone
Get guitar lessons from a professional music publisher. I am a guitar teacher and music publisher. I have taught music and guitar lessons through Metro Community College for years. I use my book How to play Today's Guitar Music Today to teach hundreds of guitar students. My teaching method is based on practicing the songs that you want to learn and not boring scales or chords.
Honors and Awards: -2010 played for the Arbor Day conference in Nebraska city -2009 participated in The Nebraska Creative Capital Professional Development Program -2009 played jazz on The Green at the Joslyn Museum -2008 opening act for The River Front Blues Jazz Festival -2007 provided guitar music lessons for Omaha school of Music -2007 provided guitar music lessons for Latino Museum -2007 produced and hosted The George Walker Music Variety Show on Cox Cable channel 23. Featuring “How to Play Today’s Guitar Music Today” -2006 won a special award for composing scores for drama; comedy and the best video for the Hot Shops Film Festival -2006 composed music for “Art for Your Ears” for the Joslyn Art Museum -2006 released CD George Walker’s Blues Jazz and Rock -2005 provided music critique for American Idol on Fox 42 television -2004 music award for Blues Guitar Playing Midwest Entertainment -2003 published the book “How to Play Today’s guitar Music Today” -2002 provided guitar instruction lessons for Metro Community College -2001 contributing writer for the book “African American Jazz and Rap University of Omaha Nebraska -2000 released the CD “One Way or Another the Blues” -1999 endorsed Samick guitars one of the largest makers of guitars in the world -1999 won the Nebraska Arts Council Award for music writing contest judged by Jackson Berkey Why does your work stand out from others who do what you do? I write the music lessons for each individual student or students. I take into consideration their musical background and experience. I write the lessons so that they are simple and easy to follow. Each lesson is based on the kind of music the individual wants. The music lessons are written and arranged in steps to help the student to reach each goal in the lesson plan. What do you like most about your job? Being able to teach a large variety of students and solving their music learning problems. Writing lessons that appeal to all ages of students. What questions do customers most commonly ask you? What's your answer? Where did I get my education in music? Berklee College of Music in Boston. How long have I been teaching music? Over 20 years. What genres of music do I teach? I teach most genres of music including harmony and theory.
What do you wish customers knew about you or your profession? More about my background and the famous people that I have worked with and recorded with. What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
Look for education and background experience. A list of music subjects and lesson plan. My experience and education are from Berklee College of Music Boston. Recording and movie experience in Hollywood. Saturday Night live and other major T.V. shows and major jazz festivals with the biggest entertainers of all time.
How did you decide to get in your line of work? I love guitar music and that instrument appealed to me at an early young age. I have always been successful with everything that I have done with playing and teaching guitar. Do you do any sort of continuing education to stay up on the latest developments in your field? I am constantly looking at new ways to harmonize melodies and keep up with new arrangement ideas of old songs. Describe your most recent project; what it involved; how much it cost; and how long it took. Publishing a new edition of my instruction book How to Play Todays Guitar Music today $10; 000.00 and about 5 years. If you were advising someone who wanted to get into your profession; what would you suggest? Take lessons from a professional musician. Learn how to read music. Learn harmony and theory. Don't practice boring exercises unless they lead you into the music that you want to play. Challenge yourself to improve on everything that you do. Write your own question and answer it. What does it take to be successful in any business? Education; preparation and knowing how to do the job that is needed. Being in the right place at the right time to show and demonstrate your expertise. Latest News Add to favorites
My lessons are designed to help stimulate the neurons in your brain to play and create your own music. It is like the Mozart effect. The lessons are written so that you are practicing the technique to play the sounds of the music that you like.

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