New Tony Skinner Seminar at 2013 RGT Guitar Tutors Conference Announced

Tony Skinner RGTIn addition to the superb range of 15 seminars previously publicised, we are pleased to announce that RGT Founder and Director, Tony Skinner, will present a Guitar Teachers Forum during the 2013 RGT Guitar Tutors Conference in London on Sunday September 8th.

This seminar will be in the form of a question and answer session, enabling teachers to ask for advice on all teaching and exam matters directly from Tony Skinner, who has over 30 years guitar teaching experience, has devised the content of RGT’s exam syllabuses and examined thousands of candidates from beginner to diploma level across the world.

Attendance at the conference is by advance booking only and, as it is a normally a sold-out event, you need to book your place soon if you wish to attend.

Billed as ‘The event of the year for guitar teachers’, the 2013 RGT Annual Guitar Tutors Conference, sponsored by Fender, will be held on Sunday September 8th at the University of West London.

The conference is suitable for both experienced guitar teachers and those interested in starting to teach. Attendance is by advanced booking only.

For more information, or to book your place at this year’s conference, please visit the 2013 RGT Guitar Tutors Conference Homepage.

If you would like a preview of just some of the 2013 RGT Guitar Tutors Conference Seminars, you can read any of the following articles on the RGT Blog.


Acoustic Fingerstyle – Max Milligan

Transferable Skills Seminar – Al Summers and Ray Bradfield

Breakneck Breakdown – Lee Hodgson

Teaching Guitar in the Internet Age – Matt Warnock


As well, for a full listing of all the 2013 RGT Guitar Tutors Conference Seminars, with short previews of each, please visit the RGT Guitar Tutors Conference Preview Page.

You can see the full conference details and book online at or telephone 01424 222222.


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