Samuel Moore is a highly respected flamenco educator who can be booked to teach: one to one lessons, Skype lessons, group guitar workshops, master-classes and guest lectures.
Samuel's teaching experience is extensive. Between 2012-2017 he held the permanent teaching post of Course Leader for Flamenco Guitar Studies at the Instituto de Cervantes, the Spanish government’s international institute for language and culture. Furthermore, Samuel has also been invited to lead flamenco workshops and present guest lectures at The University of Cambridge and The University of Leeds. As a testament to his skill for group teaching, Samuel was also handpicked by Maestro Juan Martín to co-run a flamenco guitar course during the International Guitar Foundation’s (IGF) 2015 London Guitar Summit. Following this, Samuel was invited to lead group workshops at Maestro Martín’s annual International Flamenco Guitar Course in Ronda, Spain between 2016-2018. Samuel continues to work with a select number of private students in the UK alongside presenting workshops for guitar societies and flamenco collectives.
If you are interested in studying with Samuel or wish to book him to run a workshop or guest lecture, please send him a direct message via the contact page of this website.
“Samuel Moore is an excellent guitar teacher. His impressive training and rich experience has given him a deep knowledge of the flamenco guitar, resulting in much positive feedback from his many students.”
- Instituto de Cervantes
"Samuel Moore has ably assisted me in teaching group classes of students in the art of the flamenco guitar. Since 2015 he has worked with me in both London at Kings Place as part of the International Guitar Foundation and, as part of my annual international guitar course in Ronda, Spain."
- Juan Martín (World Renowned Flamenco Guitarist)
“An inspiring workshop! Three young guitarists and a dozen members of the audience were guided through the history and musical intricacies of flamenco. Their one hour session was concluded with a spirited performance from both the Guitarists and, acting as the percussion section, the Audience.”
- The University of Leeds
"Undoubtedly the most informative and engaging workshop I’ve ever attended delivered with a commanding knowledge of subject and deep understanding of the mysteries and techniques of flamenco music and culture. Samuel’s clarity in teaching method challenged and engaged us all fully throughout the evening linking authentic and powerful guitar techniques to the classical guitar repertoire, not to mention a buzzing atmosphere. His generosity in leaving us all with a comprehensive booklet of his material used was greatly appreciated as was his closing video demonstration for participants to take away. Many thanks Samuel for a wonderful evening."
- The West Yorkshire Classical Guitar Society
“On Saturday October 20th 2018, Chester Guitar Circle and Liverpool Guitar Society organised a flamenco workshop and concert featuring the expert guidance and performance skills of the celebrated flamenco guitarist, Samuel Moore ... Taking us through various rasguedo styles, clearly and methodically, he managed to show us the essence of the mystique surrounding the flamenco guitarist’s right hand facility. Samuel rounded off the session with illustrations of how to apply rasguedo styles to Manuel de Falla’s Miller’s Dance. The time seemed to go all too quickly and at the end of the session, Samuel presented each member of the group with a bound summary of the exercises we had practiced during the afternoon. We all benefited enormously from Samuel’s excellent teaching techniques and gained some insight into an art form guitarists often consider to be bewildering and mysterious. … With the workshop over, a further amazing experience was to follow in nearby St Mary’s church. Samuel treated an audience to a fiery flamenco guitar recital covering many of the flamenco forms he had talked about in the afternoon. He introduced each piece by explaining its origins, structure and relationship to dance and songs. An appreciative audience was left spellbound and after hearty applause, departed with the sounds of Spain nostalgically transporting them to a cosy bar in Andalucia. We wish to thank Samuel once again for a rewarding and enlightening experience!”
- Chester Guitar Circle & Liverpool Guitar Society
“Teaching flamenco is not an easy task because of the complex rhythms and different right hand techniques required. I have been very lucky to find an engaging and enthusiastic teacher in Samuel Moore. I have enjoyed his classes immensely. He is always thoroughly prepared and has a relaxed and encouraging teaching style with clear teaching objectives that build the student's understanding step by step with precise instruction to ensure a firm foundation for future progression.”
- A One to One Guitar Student