Bouzouki player Tommy Tsonis offers private lessons for aspiring performers


One of Australia’s best bouzouki performers, Tommy Tsonis is now offering lessons for people to learn how to play the Greek beautiful instrument.

Tommy has been playing the bouzouki since he was 7 years old. His passion for this Greek instrument is unprecedented and his music has reached the hearts and souls of all of his listeners. Bringing unforgettable moments in the lives of many people, Tommy is now giving people a chance to learn the secrets behind his techniques.

Bouzouki jamming with George Nikolopoulos on guitar and Evan Kalfayan on Keyboard 🎶🇬🇷#greekband #weddingentertainment…

Posted by Tommy Tsonis – Bouzouki Player on Tuesday, 1 September 2020

Typically a three or four course instrument, the bouzouki is one of the most difficult instruments to master. Now a centrepiece of modern Greek music, the instrument graces the ears of all Greeks, also being used in rebetiko performances.

With limited spots available for private lessons, Tommy will be teaching from beginner level up to advanced level.

For all enquiries, contact Tommy on
Ph: 0438 279 547




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