Sergio Rodriguez is a Guitar Teacher at Gray School of Music
Sergio Rodriguez moved from his native country of Colombia to the United States. The move was to pursue graduate studies in classical guitar performance at UT Austin under acclaimed Professor Adam Holzman.
In the final stages of getting his doctoral candidate at UNT, he is researching a comparison of guitar methods. Sergio started his studies at the Javeriana Universtity in Bogotá, majoring in guitar with a minor in conducting.
He is a joyful, enthusiastic and committed guitarist that has experience in a variety of subjects. His minors in conducting and education make him a well-rounded musician as well as an experienced pedagogue at his instrument.
As a music teacher, Sergio has worked successfully in a wide variety of settings: middle and high school general music, guitar class, guitar ensemble, salsa ensemble, rock ensemble, and introductory guitar summer camp.
In 2006, he founded the Kirby Hall Guitar program in Austin, TX, where his students performed in solo and chamber recitals. Most recently, he has taught at the Frisco School of Music where he maintained a studio of over 30 students.
Sergio is fully committed to the growth and music enjoyment of all of his students. He also believes that technology can be a great complementary tool that enhances the teaching experience in both private and class setting.
Sergio is also an avid road biker, loves the outdoors, likes being active, and enjoys salsa dancing. Lauren Harder, his wife, is an area piano teacher and they have one son.