1-on-1 Online Classical Guitar Lessons.
Classical Guitar Teacher Online.
Classical Guitar Tutor Online.
1-on-1 Online Lessons.
Classical Guitar Teacher @ MusicTutorOnline
"Being fascinated with music, my interest is not only to play, feel, and live it but also to try to communicate the experiences I gained as a player and student. I feel great joy about all styles and époques of classical music, from the renaissance to modern compositions. Not only the performing aspect of music is of importance to me, but I am also highly interested in the theoretical aspect of music. The wonderful universe of art provides such an inspiration, it is a great pleasure for me to work with students and I look forward to welcoming you as my student soon".
University Mozarteum Salzburg
Studied with Prof. Eliot Fisk.
Bachelor's Degree in Classical Guitar Performance.
Mr. Höfig has followed masterclasses with Alvaro Pierri, Joaquin Clerch, Scott Tennant, Lukasz Kuropaczewsky, Marcin Dylla, Tilman Hoppstock, Alfred Eickholt, & more.
Malte Höfig Bio
Malte Höfig was born in Ulm, Germany. His interest in music of all kinds and genres became apparent in early childhood. At six, he started taking classical guitar lessons with his longtime teacher, Oliver Woog, which continued until the beginning of his university studies. Meanwhile, Malte’s enthusiasm especially for classical music grew and confirmed by achievements in competitions, such as „Jugend Musiziert“, the decision to once be a professional musician became more and more definite. Currently, Malte studies under the tuition of Prof. Eliot Fisk at the renowned University Mozarteum in Salzburg. Besides, he gained experience in several masterclasses with J. Clerch, A. Pierri, M. Dylla, L. Kuropaczewsky, T. Hoppstock, S. Tennant, and others. Malte is supported by the program „Live Music Now“ of the Yehudi Menuhin Foundation, in 2019 he was awarded the „Förderpreis Junge Ulmer Kunst“ by his hometown Ulm.
Since the guitar is an instrument that is extremely difficult to perform live on stage, a guitarist must face a lot of technical issues and problems. Therefore, a profound knowledge of the instrument is absolutely required. Starting with the very basic movements, we will work on fingerings of both left and right hand, sound quality, and technical control using exercises and studies from different stylistic periods. However, it is my personal concern to work on the music itself as much as possible. Depending on your current stage, style and interpretation will become more and more important in order to allow you to express yourself freely when playing for yourself or an audience. Moreover, the teaching of theoretical skills will contribute to an encompassing knowledge about music.