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Monday-Friday 9:00am-9:00pm

Saturday 9:00am-6:00pm

Sunday 12:00pm-6:00pm

Admin 9.00am-4:00pm (Mon-Fri,

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ABOUT

Lanzon Guitar School is a school specialising in guitar, bass guitar, music theory and playing to music and is based on over a decade of teaching experience. The school is located in Perth and is founded by local Perth musician Ben Lanzon. 
The school is built on reliable and renowned syllabuses which ensure direction, structure and quality to each and every lesson. For intellectual property reasons the syllabuses are not publicised in detail on this site, however please book yours or your child's first free lesson and experience the courses for yourself. Please also take a moment to meet the teachers at Lanzon Guitar School and read our mission statement here.

SALV DI CRISCITO

Salv started teaching himself guitar at the age of 15. Although he graduated from WAAPA in 2000 with the drums as his primary instrument he’s always utilised the guitar for his songwriting. He fronted The Bitter Grins & currently fronts Foo Fighters tribute band Stacked Actors. 

He credits Pete Townshend, Keith Richards, Billie Joe Armstrong & Kurt Cobain as the main influence on his guitar playing. Salv teaches primarily rhythm guitar with a strong emphasis ‘feel’ on both electric & acoustic.

MATTHEW THOMAS

Matt has been playing drums since the age of 10 and guitar since 11 years old, after being inspired by an all time south african rock legend, John Ellis, who lived across the road.

Matt has taken part in number of different ensembles and bands both through school and outside of school, including rock bands, jazz ensembles, wind bands, symphony orchestras and percussion groups. I completed Music ATAR in my final year of WACE.

In 2016, Matt travelled to China with his rock band to represent Australia at an international music festival, an opportunity provided by Shenton College.

Matt also completed a taiko drumming course giving him a new and unique set of skills involved with a different type of drumming. 

Currently studying Psychology at UWA, Matt plans to take part in the music ensembles that the campus has to offer, as well as working towards joining the Australian Army band.

 

Matt loves teaching music and watching people grow as musicians, and he hope to spark passion and inspiration in all those who are willing to learn and participate. It is for this reason he joined the Lanzon School of Music team!

CHRISTIAAN MACKENZIE

Christiaan is a passionate and talented guitarist. He graduated from The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts with an Advanced Diploma of Contemporary Music.

 

Christiaan has been playing live since the age of 15. He performs locally and nationally, both live and in the recording studio. He enjoys playing all styles, especially blues, funk, jazz, rock and country.

 

Christiaan has a love for trying to inspire his students with the same passion for music that he has. He is very passionate about teaching, always seeking to equip students with the technical, theoretical and performance skills that are needed for them to grow into fine musicians.

 

Christiaan strives to bring a positive and friendly vibe to all lessons!

ANDREW SILBERSTEIN

PHILIP LOCHNER

Philip is a guitarist and composer who studied Mathematics before completing his Honours degree in Jazz Performance at WAAPA in 2017.

 

Philip performs regularly in a variety of styles and formats from solo playing to small ensemble jazz to indie rock with his current project JOYS. Philip's style of teaching is comprehensive and energetic, and he hopes to pass on this enthusiasm to his students.

Andrew’s love of guitar began in early high school, picking up the guitar as a second instrument to complement his drums.

 

Now in his tenth year of playing, Andrew uses his background in the classic rock, metal and acoustic genres to develop his students into well-rounded and passionate players, offering a sound mixture of theoretical and song focused learning.

 

His aims as a teacher are to share his love of all things music and develop a passion for the instrument not only to through technical proficiency, but also as a love for playing that can become an outlet for creativity and relaxation.