Alexis D

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Alexis has fourteen years of recorded and live performance experience as both an electric and acoustic guitarist and a lead vocalist. He has performed live in various festivals and events on the island of Cyprus before moving to the UK in 2006 to study at Guildford’s prestigious Academy of Contemporary Music (ACM). Alexis received his Bachelor of Arts in Contemporary Popular Music, with guitar as his main instrument, from ACM, and was the recipient of the “Outstanding Guitarist of the Year, 2009” award on graduation.

In 2009 he performed live in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival as part of the Rex Roman Pink Floyd Musical show as an acoustic guitarist and vocalist. He is also currently fronting the two London based function bands and has solo acoustic residencies in various venues in London.

Alexis is the primary songwriter as well as lead vocalist and guitarist in his original project, the London-based rock band, Lost in Wonderland. Lost in Wonderland has been gigging extensively and released their debut EP, Against the Sun, in 2011.

Alexis is competent in various styles such as pop, rock, blues, acoustic, Latin and jazz, with a specialty in rock vocals.

Philosophy, Style and Expertise :

Electric and Acoustic guitar lessons tailored to the needs and level of the student, always accompanied by supporting material such as chord charts, tabs and backing tracks for practicing.

Rock singing lessons


Qualifications

Degree in Contemporary Music (ACM) with guitar as main instrument. Awarded "Outstanding Guitarist of 2009"



Contacts

Address:
Crouch End, London
Telephone:
020 7351 3267
info@keytomusic.co.uk

Usual availability

Monday:
All Day
Tuesday:
All Day
Wednesday:
All Day
Thursday:
All Day
Friday:
All Day



Please note that the availability shown is for planning purposes only.


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