Evan Desaulnier is a versatile guitarist, composer, and teacher. He attended the University of Guelph where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in music in 2008. He has more than a decade of performing experience and a thorough teaching style that makes him an ideal guitar teacher for any aspiring guitarist!
As a working musician, Evan’s musical endeavors range anywhere from small jazz combos, to rock and funk bands, and also to folk and bluegrass outfits. As a result of his eclectic musical background, Evan is able to teach a wide variety of guitar styles that include: rock and blues playing, jazz improvisation and solo jazz guitar arrangements, folk finger-style, as well as funk and reggae idioms.
Evan has played and toured extensively which has taken him around the globe. He has performed in Brazil, toured throughout the American Mid-West, and in May 2010 he performed at Carnegie Hall in New York City.
In his approach to teaching, Evan tailors lessons to the needs of each individual student. Additionally, he has written his own method book for guitar entitled, “Learning the Neck: Guitar Techniques and Practice Methods,” that covers technical aspects of the guitar for students of any ability. Overall, he encourages a relaxed atmosphere where his students can learn, listen, and above all enjoy playing!
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