Yuki Osa

Guitar Classical Music Teacher and Accompanist


Yuki offers classical guitar lessons to students of all ages, from beginner to advanced, in Homebush West. Yuki studied guitar with Gordon Crosskey and Wendy Jackson at Chetham’s School of Music (Manchester, U.K.). He has a Bachelor of Music (Honours) degree from Royal College of Music, London, where he studied with Gary Ryan, Charles Ramirez and Chris Stell as a Foundation Scholar. In 2008, Yuki performed in Royal Albert Hall, London as part of Cathcart Spring Prom. In 2016, Yuki performed ‘Concierto de Aranjuez’ by Joaquin Rodrigo with Euodia Symphony Orchestra conducted by Toru Himeno. He has released 2 CDs with the flute & guitar duo J-Symphonie. Yuki has many years of both performing and teaching experience in U.K., Japan and Australia. Awards: 1st Prize, 37th ‘Guitar Ongaku Taisho’ Competition (Osaka, Japan) 2nd Prize, 3rd East End International Guitar Competition (Tokyo, Japan) 3rd Prize, 46th Classical Guitar Competition (Tokyo, Japan) 3rd Prize, 31st Spanish Guitar Music Competition (Tokyo, Japan) 3rd Prize, 20th Nagoya Guitar Competition (Nagoya, Japan) Finalist, 40th Nippon Guitar Competition, Honneur Section (Osaka, Japan) Lessons are offered in both English and Japanese. Free guest parking is available during lessons.

Contact Details

Yuki Osa


Send an eMailyukiosa@gmail.com

Unit 2, 8-12 Marlborough Road
Homebush West
NSW 2140





Regions Serviced

Sydney, Sydney Inner West, Sydney West, Sydney Other

Homebush West, Homebush, Strathfield, Ryde, Chullora, Greenacre, Burwood, Croydon, Ashfield, Rhodes, Meadowbank, Rydalmere, Parramatta, Guildford

Teacher's Home, Student's Home

Instruments and Subjects

Guitar Classical

Harmony, Music History, Theory

Styles and Specialities


ABRSM Exams, Ensemble work, Repertoire, Technique


Lesson Format

One-on-One Lessons

Qualifications and Experience

BMus (Hons), Royal College of Music (London, U.K.)


Japanese, some French

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Last updated: 18-Apr-2018 05:32 PM

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