ABOUT MANUEL DIEWALD
Manuel Diewald has been involved in music since he was just 10 years old when he learned to play saxophone in his school band. In high school, Manuel decided to play the acoustic guitar for a few years before picking up the electric guitar and creating a band with his friends. later on, he began to think more seriously about music as a career, and with this thought in mind, Manuel decided to learn the Classical style and build his knowledge in music theory as well as a broader understanding of music.
Manuel has a Bachelor of Music (Honours) with Honours Class 1 in Music pedagogy from the University of New South Wales (UNSW). Here he learned about music history, theory and took on a serious approach to his technical abilities. By dedicating his studies to the Pedagogy stream offered at UNSW, Manuel was able to evolve his teaching towards his Guitar Lessons.
Manuel has over 8 years of teaching experience in a wide range of styles and ages. He continuously seeks to learn about education for young musicians and has taken many masterclasses with guitarists such as Denis Azabagic, Guiseppe Zangari, Vincent Lindsey-Clark, Omar Cyrulnik, and was studying under Raffael Agostino.
Manuel is currently with the Classical Guitar Society of Sydney Ensemble and Orchestra (CGS) and performs as a duo with flutist Rachel Woolley.
Bachelor of Music (Honours) with Honours Class 1 in Music Pedagogy at UNSW
A.Mus.A, Associate in Music Performance in the Subject of Classical Guitar
Solo, Ensemble, Guitar Quartet, and Guitar and Flute Duo performance experiences
Performed in Australia and Vienna, Austria
Teaching experience for over 8 years
Manuel Diewald Plays a Tony Morison Guitar
Manuel Diewald's private studio is located right by the entry of the house making access to the studio easily accessible. The private studio offers big windows which allow a lot of natural light to enter the studio. Air-conditioning is also available to make your lessons as comfortable as possible on both those hot summer days and cold winters. A seating area is also located in the private studio where parents, friends, or family members can wait and watch their child's lesson.
This is a fun and engaging environment where you can learn to play guitar that will both challenge and excite you. Here you will be guided by a professional musician who will help you reach your goals whether that is to become a professional musician yourself or to play guitar as a hobby.