My name is Caleb Lavery-Brook.
I have recently completed my Bachelor Degree in Music (Classical Guitar) with Honours at the Elder Conservatorium of Music at Adelaide University under Oliver Fartach-Naini (AMEB Classical Guitar Syllabus consultant).
I provide beginner to advanced guitar lessons with my speciality being in Classical Guitar. I am also able to prepare students for AMEB exams.
I believe that a fun, supportive, relaxed learning environment should be provided to all students and as a result the player can flourish. By asking questions of the student rather than giving away the answer and including games in the learning process a unique learning experience for students is provided in which they can thrive and achieve their goals faster and independence.
I am a teacher/conductor with SAYGE (South Australian Youth Guitar Ensemble) and am currently the conductor for the beginner and advanced guitar ensembles.
Mobile: 0437 061 015
Caleb Lavery-Brook, recently completed his Honours year of his Bachelor Degree of Music under the tuition of Oliver Fartach-Naini.
He was selected to be the soloist at the Inaugural International Guitar Festival Summer School in Adelaide at the beginning of 2016. He has also been fortunate to have had masterclasses and private lessons with Australian and International guitar virtuosi including Slava Grigoryan (Australia), Ricardo Gallèn (Germany), Máximo Diego Pujol (Argentina), Paul Svoboda (Australia), Bradley Kunda and Matthew Withers (Guitar Trek), Richard Charlton (Australia), Lee Song-Ou (South Korea), Simon Powis (Australia) and Andrea Vettoretti (Italy).
In 2014 and 2016 Caleb performed in the Adelaide Guitar Festival and in 2017 performed at the 3rd Korean International Guitar Festival.
Caleb has appeared on Radio Adelaide and KBS Radio worldwide and was the winner of the open age classical guitar category of the Adelaide Eisteddfod in 2015 and 2017. He also recently won the open age, open instrument category of the Balaklava Eisteddfod. Caleb is a conductor and teacher for SAYGE (South Australian Youth Guitar Ensemble).