FREE TRIAL – ACCORDION LESSON VIA SKYPE!
This is your first and best step! Why?
It’s only available for the first time, so take this opportunity! It’s completely free and you have nothing to lose!
What a free lesson brings?
- Free trial brings 45 minutes of free advice from the World Champion on the Diatonic accordion, Martin Težak!
- You will be free to test the learning method, which has made many exceptional accordionists and you will be free to test and reach your goals with the most popular method, and one-on-one training session!
Learn with the best accordion player on best easy way! What should you do?
- Submit an order for a free lesson!
- After sending the order, fill out the form under number 2!
WHO IS MARTIN TEŽAK?
Martin Težak is an accordionist, composer, arranger, teacher, head of the private school of accordion, author of innovative Schematic records called Symphony, director of the non-profit organisation Zavod AO, chairman of the organising committee of the Accordion Games and the director of the digital internet company Smart up. He was born on 19th October 1977 in Novo mesto in Slovenia.
Among many awards and prizes the following are the most outstanding:
• Absolute world Champion 2010;
• 1st place at the 2009 World Cup;
• 1st place at the 2008 World Cup;
• European senior champion 2010;
• European senior champion 2009;
• Two consecutive golden plaques of the national competition;
He also received the Gangl plaque for work in the field of culture (2011), while his students were awarded for performing his author works with several high prizes.
• conceptual design and founder of the Accordion games (www.accordion-games.com);
• creation of the on-line accordionists book – encyclopedia of accordionists;
• creation of special schematic records for performers on diatonic accordions, with which they can improve their technique and accuracy of playing;
• placement of G-mole on a diatonic accordion to the place in front of the so-called sixth bass, which allows the accordionists to perform many compositions in musical directions;
• transferring knowledge to younger generations and spreading the recognition of the accordion, accordionists, organisers and other actors in this field on a global scale.