“Lean your body forward slightly to support the guitar against your chest, for the poetry of the music should resound in your heart.” - Andre Segovia
"“Music doesn’t lie. If there is something to be changed in this world, then it can only happen through music.”"Jimi Hendrix
Mahoor first picked up a guitar 25 years ago and was immediately hooked.
Mahoor has studied Classical Guitar in his home city of Tehran and also in Australia, completing two Bachelor of Music degrees. Specialising in Classical and Flamenco guitar styles (where the strings are played with thumb and fingers, not a plectrum).
As an accomplished tutor and performer Mahoor can play a variety of forms of music and is often invited to play solo or guest appearances for a wide range of performances.Read More...
Nazli Bodaghi began learning Classical Guitar at fifteen then studied Classical Music (performance) at Tehran University. She is also a trained soprano, singing in the Tehran Choir.
Nazli has been teaching music for over ten years and after moving to Australia and learning about Suzuki Method has been teaching following this methodology for the last five years
Nazli is a passionate and caring teacher who is a testament to the Suzuki philosophy “where love is deep much can be accomplished” Dr. SuzukiRead More...