Calum has years of experience teaching both Classical Guitar and Electric Guitar and lessons are available either at his private Glasgow studio, or in-home in the Glasgow area area (Pricing for in-home lessons depends on distance). Please use the form to the right to contact him about scheduling lessons or contact him at 0795-444-0818 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Lesson rates are:
£15 for a half hour lesson
£25 for an hour lesson
Calum also gives lessons over Skype for students who live outside of Glasgow.
Calum strives to help all of his students achieve success in setting and meeting their own personal goals. Catering to individual techniques while maintaining a core understanding of the primary elements of music. He works knowledgeably and professionally with all students whether focusing on classical guitar or heavy metal. Whatever the style, Calum will guide you through important skill-sets such as: reading music notation, learning scales, improvising, fretboard harmony, soloing, music theory, performance skills, and much more.
"Calum is a dedicated, enthusiastic instructor, as well as a clearly passionate practicing musician. He helped me grow my basic musical knowledge and skills, and identified my needs and weaknesses. He's a fantastic teacher, extremely engaged and supportive, and his style is very adaptive."
- Susan Koalenz
"Calum provides a learning environment that is adaptable to all levels of guitar playing. I was personally impressed with his wealth of knowledge for all genres of music from rock to reggae. He could hear any tune and immediately teach the chords and strumming pattern. Over the 6 months I took lessons, I always enjoyed my time with Calum and left each session feeling inspired to expand my guitar skills and overall musical knowledge."
- Cole Russert
"Calum Borthwick is a great teacher for my 9-year-old son. He is very patient and makes lessons fun and interesting. We have also enjoyed hearing Calum perform, which has taught my son about listening skills for concerts and appropriate behavior for being in the audience."
- Monica Hanulik