Tailor made. Results driven. Interactive.
Welcome to Guitar Grades. We believe that meaningful, tailor made learning can take place anywhere. We specialise in online preparation for ABRSM, Trinity and all other music exams although not all our pupils like to sit grade exams, they just enjoy the structured way in which our lessons run. The lessons take place through a mix of online journal and Zoom lessons. With the journal lessons each week your teacher sets 4 tasks through video, audio, worksheets, quizzes, links and apps. The pupils can upload their response in audio, video or comments and ask questions to which the teacher responds within 24 hrs. The platforms we use are suitable for young children and all correspondence is monitored by the parents at all times. Guitar Grades is tailor made tuition delivered in the format completely tailored to your goals.
Meet your tutor
Hi, my name is Milica Davies. Research shows that the biggest influencer of pupil success is their teacher. I had the most wonderful guitar teacher that anyone could possibly imagine, the incredible Dr John Casey. Thanks to his expert guidance I got to play with some of the world's top musicians and it also allowed me to embark upon a teaching career that I absolutely love and enjoy every day. The emphasis of Guitar Grades is learning at a pace and in the format that suits the pupils. Learning remotely allows flexibility and the mix of journal and Zoom lessons is an ideal all round learning experience.
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Finding Motivation @ GuitarGrades.co.uk
There is no magic ingredient to excelling at music apart from motivation, gratitude and responsibility. Asking yourself what you wish to achieve and also having a clear reasoning behind your motives. If those motives contribute to your and others' wellbeing then they are worth pursuing.
New skills should be viewed as a great motivating tool and a project to be excited about, rather than a hinderance/ hurdle to overcome. Learning something new allows us to feel engaged and focused. It is also important to feel grateful for the journey so far and your current level. This actually helps get you into the framework of progress and of what can be achieved right now. It is about how well you handle the learning process, avoiding frustration and focusing on tasks set. Greater motivation is also found once you extend those tasks for yourself and challenge yourself further.
Interactive tuition delivered remotely