Taso Psychoulas
... Online & In Person
... Taso's Music School
... 510 Marine Parade, Biggera Waters, QLD
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Instruments Taught
... Classical Guitar
... Electric Guitar
... Voice/Singing
Teaching Experience
... Classical Guitar 25 years
... Electric Guitar 25 years
... Voice/Singing 10 years

‘TMS’ specialises in early childhood learning but also caters to students of all ages, from the very young, to the young at heart. Taso has developed his own unique program bringing together over 25 years of industry experience. At TMS our goal is to inspire people to play a musical instrument, whether you wish to pursue music as a hobby, study it further, or enter a professional career. Our main priority is keeping it fun, light, and simple, and the rest just follows. Taso’s unique methodology is broken down into a simple step by step method, ‘decoding’ and solving the ‘mysteries’ of music, making it easy and accessible to anyone regardless of age or background. From the very young, to the young at heart, we believe music is for everyone! About Me Taso is a professional guitarist, teacher, and vocalist. He studied music at the Brisbane Conservatorium of Music and Melbourne University before completing Bachelor of Music degree at the Victorian College of the Arts in Melbourne in 2002, and a Berklee Certificate of Music in improvisation in 2018. A scholarship student in 2002, Taso was awarded the prestigious Austral Salon Scholarship for his achievement in musical excellence of Victoria. During his time in Melbourne, Taso was also a part of ‘Melbourne Opera', singing as a Tenor in such productions as 'La Traviata' and the 'Pearl Fishers', before going on to pursue his own career as a singer/songwriter, with five Singles been independently released on I-tunes, Spotify and Youtube, through Melodic Music Melbourne. Taso has performed for many notable patrons in the elite community including the Prime Minister of Australia, the Hon. Kevin Rudd, and International business identity Mr. Rupert Murdoch among many others, and was a resident musician at the Government House of Victoria in Melbourne.