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Saxophone Teachers in England

We can find you the right saxophone teacher in England to help you in your saxophone education, or if you are an adult learner, your own saxophone aspirations. Saxophone lessons are an excellent way to improve confidence and develop a new musical skill and hobby such as piano, violin or guitar. Please use our service to search for saxophone tutors near you (anywhere in England) and select the one who best suits your requirements so you can start your saxophone lessons tomorrow!

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Karen

Karen

Professional: level 2 classroom assistant (2002)
where I play clarinet, sing and play sax for weddings, functions and special occasions. I also play for patients at residential and care homes. I offer both teaching students for their own personal enjoyment, or work towards exams. The exam boards I cover are ABRSM for woodwind instruments, LCM for musical theatre singing and Rockschool for keyboard. I also organise concerts for my pupils to take part in and meet other musicians if they wish...
Arthur
with all students having great success in both ABRSM grade exams and in pubic performances. I am an experienced ensemble tutor working with groups of all ages across the Tyne and Wear and North Yorkshire areas. I am a laid-back tutor but push people to be the best they can be. I am free to travel to most areas of the North East and surrounding areas and do not directly require the student to come...
Kenton

Kenton

PGCE: PG in music technology (2007)
shire music services from 1997 to current day teaching saxophone, clarinet and flute for schools in London Music should always be fun and practical. I don't shy away from scales and arpeggios but they are always taught from the perspective of immediate use in improvisation. I find the jazz syllabus of trinty and abrsm to be wide and engaging enough for most pupils to enjoy the pieces and still take the grade exams if they...
Claire

Claire

Bachelors: BMus Saxophone (2017)
moving to London for university, I spent two years teaching disabled swimmers at my local swimming club, at which I was club captain for two years. I strive to make music lessons the highlight to any student's week. I consider myself to be a fun and chatty person who can create a relaxed and positive atmosphere in lesson times, as this really is the best environment for any student to learn in. I strive to...
Jodie

Jodie

PGCE: Secondary Education Music (2010)
way I've been taught in the past, every one of my lessons is adapted to what my students need, depending on their learning styles and hobbies. I teach one to one lessons but am willing to teach small groups. I try to create a relaxed atmosphere because I know that when comfortable with the teacher that's when people really play their best. I try to incorporate aural training into lesson as I believe this is...
Gary

Gary

Bachelors: BA Hons. (2006)
and those striving for excellence. My philosophy is simple: music tuition must be fun. Whether you are approaching a professional level, or just starting out, if you do not enjoy your lessons, you won't do any work away from the classroom and you'll get nowhere fast! I tailor all my lessons to the individual, based on age, ability and goals. If you are a teenager looking to take your mind off exams, you won't want...
Lucy

Lucy

Masters: MMus Instrumental Performance (2017)
for both of which she has a 100% student pass rate. She has experience of teaching very beginner students and those of a higher level. She also has experience of teaching pupils who she has inherited from other teachers. Lucy has also worked with larger groups of children through community based projects. Music education is something that Lucy holds very close to her heart. She is a compassionate, understanding, and driven teacher who wants to...
Hayley

Hayley

Bachelors: Ba(Hons) music performance 2:1 (2013)
and let them have as much say and choice in the lessons as possible. I cover all styles of music unless my pupils decide they dislike something. If this happens I tailor the lessons to suite them as much as possible. I do not feel that exams are essential but they are something to aim for, so again I leave this decision to my pupils, I simply say when they are ready to take them....
Amy

Amy

Bachelors: BMus Hons (first class) (2011)
In 2016 Amy performed in Panama, Sweden, Holland, Greece, Switzerland and Germany as well as throughout the UK. She was also part of Grammy award winning trumpeter Terence Blanchard's (USA) band "The Inner City Ensemble" during their UK tour. 2017 has some exciting gigs coming up, including a tour of Sweden with "Women of the World", a truly international line-up run by American musician Cynthia Sayer. **Web Address Removed** She has been part of the...
Benjamin

Benjamin

Bachelors: BA Music: 1st Class Honours (2013)
range of pupils, from primary school students to retirees. I have also led coding workshops to classes of year 7s, 8s and 9s to schools in Camden as part of the Camden Coding initiative led by the charity Film and Video Workshop. I plan bespoke lessons depending on the needs and goals for the student, in general creating a balance between technique and theory (scale and arpeggio patterns) and learning 2 - 3 contrasting pieces...

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