He has worked as a teacher for more than 10 years, teaching to students of different levels and ages in Rosario, Buenos Aires, and surrounding areas.
"I believe careful attention should be given to each and every teaching stage of a guitarist training. For that, a sound base is critical, supporting on the new methods that have changed how guitar performance is taught and on books currently used in most music schools of the world. It is of upmost importance to teach each student to take full advantage of the time allocated to playing the instrument; knowing how to practice is much more important than how much we can practice.
In class, other areas related to guitar are not overseen, such as ear training, composition, arrangement and choice of repertoire.
Although classical music is studied in depth, it is also important to get in touch with other styles, (Jazz, Blues, Bossa nova, film music, etc.) in order for the student to enrich as a musician and also broaden his future job opportunities.
In order to master the use of the instrument, a lot of technical information is needed, but always bearing in mind that the student’s enjoyment of the class and learning of the guitar is of upmost importance.
After all, our goal when starting teaching is to always enjoy music and, through it, make others enjoy".