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Expert Saxophone Teachers and Expert Saxophone Lessons

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Ann

Ann

Other: Grade 8 (1982)
to both children and adults. Experienced in teaching from complete beginner up to grade 8 (advanced) Lessons are paced appropriate to the student. For first time music readers, there is tuition and support in the theory required to get started. Early lessons focus on developing the correct technique to play a wind instrument. Whilst I encourage students to work towards graded exams, there is no pressure to do so, if the student wants to learn...
Anna

Anna

Piano, Guitar, Saxophone, Music Theory, Composition, Music Production
PGCE: PGCE in Secondary Music (2008)
musician, published composer and music tutor. My instruments are saxophone, guitar, piano and voice, also tutoring in composition, music production and music theory. Five years as a school and college music teacher (PGCE trained) and music tutor for groups and individuals, across the age range. - Lessons are for all ages and abilities - All styles from pop/rock and jazz to classical and electronic music - I can prepare you for grades or just for...
Benjamin

Benjamin

Bachelors: BA Music: 1st Class Honours (2013)
wide 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...
Joe

Joe

Bachelors: BMus (Hons) (2010)
Conservatoire of the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama and a woodwind tutor for Cardiff and Vale Music Service (CAVMS) As well as individual tuition I have helped run and organise various workshops with youth jazz ensembles and big bands across South Wales. 11 years of teaching experience - Full DBS Check Whether you'd like to take on every grade, learn the ins and outs of musical theory or whether you'd just like to...

Peter

Bachelors: BA (hons) Performing Arts (1985)
well as regular deps at the City Literary Institute giving group flute lessons to mixed ability adult learners (Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced classes). I will always be led by the pupil, working with them to find the best way for them to learn. I have experience in tutoring children as young as 3 right up to adults well into retirement and have always found the best way to learn is to have fun. Exams are...
Matthew

Matthew

Roehampton
Saxophone
Masters: MA (Distinction) in Jazz Performance (2015)
(2012). - NYJOS Summer School Student Ambassador (2011-12). Drawing on a wealth of teaching experience, I have developed a bespoke approach both to teaching the saxophone, as well as improvisation and jazz theory. I believe that having fun is the most important part of learning to play an instrument. With this in mind I try to address the specific interests of each individual student, and explore whatever aspects of playing the saxophone appeal to them....
Al

Al

Piano, Flute, Saxophone, Music Theory, Music Technology
Masters: MMus (1992)
freelance work. Offered another job at St George's in 2013 so now doing 2 days a week there as a classroom teacher and Music IT specialist. Member of the Musicians' Union. Always up for a game of golf. 20 years teaching as Director of Music or freelancing in schools/teaching from home. Have taught both Associated Board regular and Jazz examination syllabus, A Level, GCSE, Composition, Arranging, Flute, Sax, Piano, Music Theory, Music Technology (specialising in...
Deborah

Deborah

Piano, Guitar, Accordion, Saxophone, Composition, Music Technology
PGCE: Seconday Music with QTS (2012)
teacher, that is that pupils learn best when they are learning material that they can relate to. That keen mean learning to play current songs a pupil is listening to by ear ( their are massive benefits to learning this way) or helping pupils choose suitable sheet music that will inspire them. I tailor the learning methods to the individual as no two people learn in exactly the same way. I use informal methods of...
Chris

Chris

Bachelors: BMus 2:1 Clarinet Performance, RCM (2010)
Music Now!' scheme in special educational needs schools delivering engaging workshops and performances across London between 2011-2015. Between 2011-2013 I was the musical director/conductor for Fleet orchestra, working with and coaching adult learners in an orchestral environment, as well as guest conductor for Aldworth Philharmonic and Chiltern Edge Orchestral Society in Reading. I aim to create an open environment where pupils feel they can ask questions, discuss outcomes and be in control of their learning....
Mark

Mark

School: GCE / A Level (1980)
years I have taught in private music and county music centres and in schools. Most of my work is private on a one to one basis. I always travel to you and teach in your home. A wholistic approach the student comes before the music. Parents want their children to achieve and excel beyond their personal boundaries. Achievement can be measured through the independent exams of the ABRSM. I find the same rewards teaching complete...

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