Do you ever feel the need to play a second verse with more power but you do not how to?
We all go through musical experiences that condition or limit our creativity. The only way to expand our creative output is through craft. Musical craft is the mastery of knowledge in a manner that produces emotional results.
Traditional learning methods are not efficient at helping us quickly achieve our desired craft. Most of the times they will limit our creativity.
My contemporary learning methods bridge the gap between theory and craft. You learn how to apply creatively a new musical tool because you are able to understand the when, feel the why, and consequently compose reflecting upon your mature emotional intelligence . In all my online courses you will work hard to understand ( feel), practice and create to achieve your desired goal of composing your song with your unique message.
Meet Our Lead Guitar Instructor
As a guitar instructor I have designed all online courses to help you achieve your goals reinventing the how you learn to make sure you feel the new skills and apply them creatively.
Thomas has released five solo instrumental albums in contemporary Jazz, Blues and Flamenco styles. His latest release Spanish Breeze debuted at #36 on the Top 50 JazzWeek World Music Album Charts in 2010 and was #32 on the College Music Journal Jazz Chart. The album features Grammy nominee Alphonso Johnson (Weather Report, Grateful Dead) on Bass, Dave Garfield (George Benson) on Keys, and Walfredo Reyes (Chicago) on Drums, and was produced by Grammy nominee Bruce Sugar (Ringo Starr).
MUSICAL EDUCATOR – GUITAR INSTRUCTOR
Thomas has a prolific musical education background. In the early nineties he graduated from the Berklee College of Music in Boston, USA under the supervision of Grammy award winner Robert Freedman. He has taught and lectured in a number or significant musical institutions including Paul McCartney’s Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts and “L’ Aula de Musica Moderna i Jazz” of The Barcelona Liceo Conservatory.
In 1995 Thomas Lorenzo was commissioned by the Spanish Society of Authors to write the first Spanish text book on arranging and orchestration. The text book “El Arreglo, Un Puzzle de Expresión musical” is now in its third edition and extensively used throughout the world in Spanish language music schools, universities and conservatories.