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Q: where can I find guitar lessons in shanghai

10 years 31 weeks ago in  Teaching & Learning - Shanghai

 
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There is a  professional classroom at Jin Ling Rd No211, (Subway line 8 Da Shi Jie station).
And they could also offer lesson at home, both of them are private 1-on-1 lesson, each lesson to be 90 min. long.
We also have different package for different instrument, if you want play guitar or bass or drum in a band, the basic package is enough for you (5 lessons)
For piano, they also have different packages for different requirements.
The tuition fee is 200 RMB/90 min. and  give receipt for the tuition fee.

Contact information:
Charles Colpain
Email: colpain@hotmail.com

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I agree with the above answers....another avenue that you can look for guitar lessons that may offer free lessons is a church or bible study group. We had that back home and I've seen quite a few of them in China. If you can find a group with a guitarist they may be able to give you free lessons and you can toss out the fee. Just be a regularly attendee to the services or group and have them set aside a couple of hours of free guitar lessons. There out there you just have to look!

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Guitarshanghai is offering professional guitar classes, too. The teacher is Julia, a German guitarist, who is living in Shanghai since more than 10 years. So she can teach you in Chinese, English and German languages. Julia studied the classical guitar at the Academy of Music in Stuttgart Germany. After finishing the Academy of Music she was working at a Music School in Germany for several years before she moved to Shanghai. She is still practicing the guitar, always learning new stuff and so she is still able to make performances. Even if her guitar level is very high, she loves to work with children and young people and she is able and willing to teach every level - from the beginner to the advanced.

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A:They're saying you should be in China already because entering China is pretty much impossible at the moment due to covid restrictions. This means schools can only recruit from people already in the country. Also, unless you have dual citizenship you probably wouldn't meet the visa requirements to teach (teach English that is, maybe you could teach other subjects, I don't know) in China. They have a native speaker requirement that means only people from certain countries will be accepted. The second point will probably get this post downvoted, any time you mention the native speaker requirement it brings out one or two angry thumbs - they don't seem to understand nobody on this forum makes the rules..... Anyway, my advice to you would be to look elsewhere. Between China's tough visa requirements and their even tougher covid measures it's pretty much impossible to go there now to teach. The good news is that other countries are dropping their covid restrictions and opening up again so there are probably still opportunities available to you. Good luck. -- Stiggs