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Music School

Are you tired of “learning music” instead of playing the songs inside you?

Do you want to compose and write your own songs?

Do you like electric or acoustic guitar?

Do you want fun but rigorous scientific proof of your progress in months, instead of tests that take years?

Do you want to explore your own creativity?

If you’re answer to any of these questions is “yes”, contact us.

What we do + Who we are

Lessons in electric, acoustic, or classical Guitar, composition, singing/songwriting, mixing, recording, and creating beats on the computer are our school’s basis. Electronic or analog music: we focus on good music and the environments required to breathe it to life!

We also offer intensive courses, workshops, aesthetic appreciation and other educational services; e.g. pedagogical seminars for music teachers who want to better their teaching and motivational strategies or musical appreciation seminars for various audiences.

Our musical coach Mark Vogt has studied music and worked with artists and teachers at the highest level of musical improvisation and composition fields, including his friend and composition teacher Wolf Mayer, currently director of the conservatory of Saarbrücken, six-time Grammy-nominated American jazz guitarist Mike Stern, acoustic fingerstyle virtuoso Tommy Emmanuel, classical guitarist and Bach specialist Ansgar Krause, and improvisation virtuoso Sylvain Luc from France. He also studied English (with an emphasis on literature, poetry, language of power) as well as pedagogy for a German Lehramt an Gymnasien degree which he completed 2012.

With diverse interests that emerged in his student years, such as computer science, graphics, mathematical logic, game theory, chess, musicology, and video production, our coach for musical studies and cultural appreciation has both broad academic background and a record of deep specialization in guitar playing, composition, improvisation, and language that qualify him as a mediator between art, science, and culture. His thesis focused on the relationships between aesthetics, improvisation, computer use, and education.

Musical learning is a lifelong process, wherein work ethic is insufficient: excellence requires the constant renegotiation of our learning environments and ecologies, as well as continued exposure to the best in the field. That a teacher be genuinely open to his/her students, using digital technologies to be engaged with the individual progress of students and/or learning groups, is standard practice today in most fields. This enables clients and/or students to see over time how their learning objectives are being met.

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