Book lessons with professional guitar teacher Tasha Kuiper
Hello! I'm Tasha Kuiper, a professional guitar teacher based in Worcester. I offer guitar tuition to students of all ages and abilities.
I have been involved in music and teaching for many years, with experience performing on multiple instruments with bands in the UK & Internationally.
I teach students aged 7 upwards, and am able to offer foundation guitar lessons for beginners as well as tuition for intermediate and advanced students.
I teach multiple genres of music to enrich your learning experience. Whether this be rock, pop or acoustic, we will learn playing music you enjoy.
I take a lot of my lessons from my home teaching space in Worcester, but I also offer mobile teaching if you prefer.
Professional Guitar Lessons in Worcester for all ages & abilities with experienced teacher Natasha Kuiper.
Half-hour lessons are available to everyone but are perfect for beginners or younger learners who may find learning in bite-sized amounts a little easier.
One-hour lessons are the way to go if you want to see fast progress learning the guitar. An hour-long lesson provides plenty of time for teaching and supervised practice.
Music has been a part of my life as long as I can remember. I began my journey on the Saxophone and gained a good foundation in music theory climbing the grades. By this point I had developed a passion for music, and have been learning, teaching and performing since.
No two students are the same, and this applies to my lessons too! I plan my lessons carefully, with the needs of each student taken care of, whether this be catering for age, certain music tastes or to teach certain techniques.
Graduating with an HND in Music Production helped me develop a number of skills in sound recording and producing quality music for performance & playback. If this is something you are interested in, I will be able to include digital teaching elements in my lessons such as recording and producing your own tracks.
As your guitar teacher, my ultimate goal is to see you realise whatever goals you set yourself in music. Whether this be to learn to play the guitar casually, at performance standard or to see you go on to study music, I am excited to play a part in your journey.
I teach a lot of my lessons from my home teaching space in Worcester, WR5 3QL.
This area is accessible by public transport, and the postcode is served by the 53 Bus route from Worcester.
I am also more than happy to offer mobile teaching if you prefer to learn in the comfort of your own home, so please do let me know on booking if this is the case for you.
Guitar Shops in Worcester:
For it's size, Worcester is lucky to have a good selection of music shops. This is great for musicians in the city who are looking to get started on a new instrument, or to purchase specialist kit they've been saving up for:
Worcester Guitar Centre is where you're likely to find the best selection of guitars in Worcester. They specialise in strings and stock everything from amps to accessories across multiple brands. It is also worth noting that they sell pre-owned guitars as well, which can be a great way of picking up a quality instrument at a reduced price. You can find Worcester Guitar Centre at 6 Reindeer Court, WR1 2DS.
Music City Worcester boasts a healthy selection of guitars both electric and acoustic and have something for everyone at a good range of prices. Not all their stock is listed on their website so it is best to pop in and have a browse yourself. Music City Worcester can be found at 61 The Tything, WR1 1JT.
Cranes Music mainly specialise in keyboard and piano, but also have a nice selection of classical and electric guitars, particularly of the Yamaha brand. Their website lists all of their guitar offerings, or you can visit them in person at 26 New Street, WR1 2DP.
Music Courses in Worcester:
Many people who enjoy learning a musical instrument go on to pursue a career in the music industry. There is no better way to develop the necessary skills than to study a course in music. There are a number of institutions in Worcester that offer courses in Music & performing arts:
For students under 16, It is worth considering the sixth form as a route to studying music at a higher level. Worcester Sixth Form Collegeoffer an A-Level music course with fantastic resources: equipped with purpose-built rehearsal and recording suites as well as music tech software. Studying Music at A-level is a great way to develop your knowledge in music alongside the study in 2 or 3 other areas, and will provide you with a means of securing a university place.
I would be delighted to help you to learn to play the guitar. Get in touch to find out more about my guitar lessons in Worcester.