We have a studio in Giffnock (South Side) and in the West End of Glasgow. Both private lessons and music workshops are available – acoustic and electric guitar lessons, bass guitar, drum kit, didgeridoo, and djembe drumming for all levels including beginners.
Mango Rhythms’ aim is to make music a fun and interesting experience and to equip everyone to express themselves through music. Guitar lessons are taught from our the studios and workshops can be at your venue.
Based in the southside of Glasgow, public transport is plentiful: 5 minutes walk from Giffnock rail station on the East Kilbride line from Central Station and First Glasgow and City Sprinter buses (number 38) pass close by. Lessons are taught in the Maccabi Center on May Terrace in a teaching studio.
And in the West End on Hamilton Park Avenue, right off Great Western Road, is our teaching studio in the heart of what’s happening. Best getting off the tube at Kelvin Bridge but Hillhead is almost as close. There are plenty of buses from town and Partick, with on street parking for you that drive. We are round the corner from Chocolatte, a great place to grab a coffee while your kids are in lessons. (Though PaperCup do a better coffee!)
Why take music/ guitar lessons..?
Everyone takes music lessons for different reasons. Some to become faster, better, and more knowledgeable because it is part of their job, some to gain a skill to show off to friend with, others purely as a pastime. All these are great reasons to pick up your weapon of choice and start creating new music from the heart.
We use music to express our feelings: anger, sadness, happiness, humour. We use it to tell a story or share a circumstance: poverty, injustice, loss, triumph, victory.
Taking guitar, bass guitar, djembe or didgeridoo lessons equips you to play with other musicians in a band setting.