Demystify the beauty and style of Jazz guitar step-by-step with a Jazz Studies Degree holding instructor.
Learning Jazz doesn't have to
be a pain
With the endless amount of information on the internet, it's always a daunting task to know how to proceed, let alone know where to start.
Our school takes a "song first" approach by teaching a student how to analyze and break down tunes and their relevant scales, and chords. Learning this skill sets students up for success for building a repertoire of tunes they can perform on their own, or at jazz jam sessions.
Gain performance experience at our recitals
Many students of jazz often have a desire to join their nearest jazz jam session, however are nervous due to lack of performance experience in front of others.
Preparing and performing tunes at our recitals twice a year is a great way to get your feet wet with performing, and is a great stepping stone to begin to start to attend jam sessions
Enjoy exploring Jazz in a bilingual environment
Recommended for students who would like to learn in environments that use both English and Japanese.
Students with English as their primary language, and/or who would like to enjoy lessons only in English.
②Japanese and English Mixed
Students who would like to work on their English or Japanese,
with some support in their primary language.
Students with Japanese as their primary language and/or would like to
enjoy lessons only in Japanese.
Get constructive feedback
on your work
Each lesson comes with written feedback on your progress and your work. Understand your strengths, and have a clear idea on what your areas to improve are.
Gain a solid perspective on what you need to reach your musical goals.
"I have been taking jazz lessons from Ryan for about three months. Ryan's teaching methods are excellent, especially for someone who is just getting started with jazz.
He focuses on learning songs and improvisation intuitively, while also explaining the theory behind what he is teaching.
" -University Student