Instruments Taught - Guitar, Bass & Ukulele
Martin has been a face in the Newbury music scene for many years. He has studied music at the Musicians Institute London, Academy of Contemporary Music Guildford, and SAE (School of Audio Engineering) Institute, and all this study has provided him with a wealth of knowledge that he passes on to his students.
Martin is one of the longest standing teachers here at Hogan Music. He has taught guitar, bass, and ukulele for over 25 years, both privately and in our local collage and a number of the local schools in the area. He has since joined the team at Hogans and provides his expertise in teaching all age groups, styles and abilities.
With the establishment of the recording studio at Hogans, Martin was asked to provide his expertise in sound management and music production and is now managing the studio. He has long enjoyed the process of recording, be it singer-song writers, audiobooks, brass bands, string quartets or a full on rock act!
When he is not here at Hogan Music, Martin spends his time playing guitar with The No Good Sons, a local band that has a great following. Martin was asked to produce the Sons' first album and when they heard of Martin's guitar skills on the other side of the recording desk, they quickly asked him to join the band full-time. Since then, Martin has co-written and produced album number two with the rest of the band, and together they play many gigs wherever the road takes them.
Qualifications & Experience
- Musicians Institute London
- Academy of Contemporary Music Guildford
- SAE (School of Audio Engineering) Institute
Guitar, bass and ukulele lessons are available as either face-to-face or online lessons.
If you have any questions about signing up for music lessons, feel free to contact Hogan Music on 01635 496 57 or email firstname.lastname@example.org who can help to answer any queries you might have.
Free Try-Out Sessions
Fancy learning to play ukulele, guitar or bass? We offer free try-out sessions of 20-30 mins with our excellent tutors, so you can get a feel for what a full lesson would be like. You can also borrow an instrument from us if you don't have your own.