Hi, my name is Cameron, a student at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA). I have been playing and teaching guitar for 10 years, spanning across many styles such as contemporary, rock, acoustic and classical. This has been through multiple music schools and academies across Perth, as well as private tuition. I am able to tutor a student through their ability of playing the guitar, as well as the important theory and aural components of music. I seek to bring a positive and friendly vibe to lessons, whilst equipping students of all ages and ability with the technical, theoretical, and performance skills that are needed for them to grow into fine musicians. A well prepared and dedicated teacher, I always make sure that my students are satisfied with their study of the guitar, wether it be in a group situation or one on one scenario. I have recently started teaching banjo, ukulele, and bass in schools around Perth as well. Previously, I played the instruments for enjoyment, but over the years I have accumulated knowledge that I am now able to pass onto my students.
-BMus (Contemporary) student at WAAPA
-Certificate II in Music
-Working with children check
$30 for half hour lesson or $60 an hour. Located in Leeming. Also offering lessons around the Wangara area.
Give me a call to enquire and/or arrange a lesson :) 0424558057
“Cameron taught my son, Luke guitar for over 18 months. Cameron was always focused and professional in all aspects of his tutoring. He took the time to get to know my son and catered the lessons to his needs, constantly challenging him and encouraging him . Cameron has an amazing rapport with young children and it is this quality I feel that made him a cut above the rest. Cameron was always punctual and prepared for lessons and always maintained a clear line of communication when dealing with me. Cameron’s talent and passion for the guitar only made the experience more beneficial for Luke who looked forward to every lesson with Cam.” -Katie
These details were last updated on March 4, 2017