Guitar – Young adults, adults

Classical guitar repertoire

A path in learning the classical guitar technique and repertoire including the analysis and comprehension of technical and compositional aspects.

Improvisation on classical guitar

Learn to improvise on classical guitar through an original method based on the styles and repertoire you like the most.


5 thoughts on “Guitar – Young adults, adults

  1. One of the things that surely I have received from Sabino classes, is the vision of music without prejudices.
    This important thing has happened for two reasons. The first is related to the path of studies that I had with him (from 14 to 18), that includes jazz music, improvisation, classical guitar (allowing me to get the fifth-year exam of classical guitar) and classical composition, that now I’m studying in the Conservatory.
    The second reason is related to the human relationship that occurred between us and that brought us to talk of music as well as literature, politic and other arguments. So, his helpful temperament, his preparation and multifaceted vision of music, helped me to get into a world, that now , I am beginning to look at in its complex vastness.

  2. Sabino was my first guitar teacher and I’m really happy of it. I studied with him just for a year, but I really enjoyed every lesson, the individual ones as the orchestra’s! He’s passionate, patient and always there to cheer you.
    So I just want to say him a big thank you!

  3. I studied for three years with Sabino and if I could, I would continue for at least as many years. It’s been really a great experience which has made me grow both as a guitarist and as a person. In the hard times, when you ask yourself if it is worth continuing to devote time to the music, Sabino always knows how to cheer you up and take away any doubt.
    Over time, in comparing with his other students, I always recognized his abilities in finding a personal path of study for each of us because of its long teaching experience.

  4. I have studied guitar with Sabino for 7 years, and in all this time for me he has been a teacher, but above all a good friend. He is able to convey his passion, and the love for music. I can only say THANK YOU!

    • One of the most interesting aspects of the M. de Bari lessons, was the eclecticism and both musical and cultural versatility for each piece of music we went through. He has never reduced the music to a simplified schemes; on the contrary, the effort to think about the music in its purity and artistic complexity was always alive. It was possible, because of a constant musical reflection, not only abstract but also at the empirical level, due to the commitment as a composer, performer and teacher as well.

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