New Video: First Lesson on How to Improvise Counterpoint

I’ve been developing my ability to improvise counterpoint on guitar for around 20 years. It wasn’t until I took a counterpoint class in my undergrad that I started to have the breakthroughs to really be able to play convincing baroque sounding 18th century style counterpoint fluently, and this style is the base that’s I use to improvise or compose in any style. The Score/TAB to the Study I wrote to help you get started learning to understand counterpoint on guitar and start to develop your ear is free on my scores page when you sign up for my email.

If you have any issues message me on your preferred social/email to have me send you a copy. Thank you, and enjoy!

New Video and Single Release July 22nd for Improvisation No. 1

I’ve decided to start recording, filming and releasing free improvisations for solo guitar as a way to provide as much content as possible while hoping to expose more people to classical guitar improvisation and classical improvisation as a whole. Many great composers were also remarkable improvisors on their instrument from Bach to Liszt and beyond, yet very few people think of improvisation when they think of older western styles. Improvisation is a vital part of any living music and with any luck it will once again make it’s way into formal classical training.