DanielLearn saxophone and master jazz improvisation
Learn to play to decipher scores and improvise by ear or by reading and analyzing chord charts. This course will adapt to your level of play: simple harmonies for beginners and more complex depending on the degree of mastery of the instrument. This course also includes a thorough introduction to harmony.
BastienClassical saxophone / contemporary / improvisational approach / harmonic understanding / basic solfège
Student at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels. From practical lessons to theoretical notions, I know how to adapt to the student and his interests to provide a course that really brings him the elements that will allow him to quickly flourish in the musical field. With already 4 years of course experience in non-profit organizations and in particular, I usually train students of all ages, beginners or more advanced. I am open to a large number of musical styles, current or old, focusing my thought on a "musical whole". I currently specialize in classical and contemporary saxophone but I am also very open to improvisation and live music such as jazz and the styles that derive from it, but also to electronic music. My final goal is to allow the student to express his ideas in music, and that he really evolves and flourishes in what pleases him. I take beginners without any knowledge of music theory. I am available in: * Region of Brussels. * Region of Tournai occasionally. * Online, via webcam lessons
RaúlSaxophone lessons with professional saxophonist for all levels, children or adults. English, Español, Français
Professional saxophonist eager to teach and work to bring out the best version of yourself! The lessons are intended for all levels, children or adults. We follow a working method where you will continuously and deeply develop your musicality, way of playing, expressiveness and technique. -------------------------------------------------- ---------------------- Raúl is a Spanish saxophonist who finished his MASTER DIDACTIC in 2018 in the Ecole Supérieure des Arts in Mons. Before, he also followed a MASTER of INTERPRETATION at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels (2015-2017) in the class of Alain Crepin and Simon Diricq. He studied at the "Musikene" (Higher Conservatory of Music of the Basque Country) with Eric Devallon, Tomás Jérez, Antonio Felipe Belijar and Miguel Ángel Lorente. Passionate about multidisciplinary artistic creation, he thinks of mixing all the arts in the same show as an aesthetic finality. We could observe this type of research in his project for his final master's recital in Brussels where he created a project based on Maslow's hierarchy of human needs theory where he mixes live, recorded, music and music. dance, play of light and effects under the name of: “according to Maslow…” In his career as a concert artist, he has played in different ensembles (solo, duo, trio, quartet, orchestra performances, etc.) and in different countries such as Japan (Artisanal music fair “Suono Italia” 2010), Belgium (Festival Musiq3 2016 ), Artonov Festival at BOZAR in 2016…), France (Dax chamber music festival 2011) or Spain (“Quincena Musical” music festival 2015, Aste Nagusia 2015, Heineken Jazzaldia 2014, Kutxa Festival 2015, Intercentros Melómano 2010).
Joan JordiSaxophone / music theory lessons for everyone in The Hague!
Hi there! Do you have interest in learning saxophone or do you like music and would like to discover its fundamentals? My name is Joan Jordi, I'm from Spain and have been living and studying in Zurich for two years. My main specialization is the saxophone, which I have been studying in Spain and completing a Master Degrees at the Zürcher Hochschule der Künste. During my studies in Spain I have been teaching in a music school, specially children in between 7 and 16 years old, and some adults privately. I have experience in pedagogy and some official methods to follow in order to help you understanding how to play the instrument and feel and discover the secrets of the music you like. Give it a try! See you soon!
NicolóDo you want to learn how to play saxophone in Amsterdam?
Music is the best way of communication in the world, the most international language and an easy way of sharing. Teaching means a lot for me; it allows me to pass on beautiful things I have learnt and at the same time to improve thanks to my students' feedback. Music and musical teaching are about joy and never-ending curiosity. My lessons are totally compiled on the student's needs, both time-wise and content-wise, and they are aimed to get quick results. We can work out many different topics together, such as learning tunes, technique, improvising, as well as approaching theory, reading, circular breathing, altissimo register and multiphonics... The lessons usually take place in my studio close by Javaplein in Amsterdam or by my house in Bos en Lommer. I work mornings and evenings as well as in the week end. Saxophone is fun! Contact me and get a first lesson as soon as possible, I am looking forward to meeting you.
WarreOnline saxophone lesson for beginners and advanced players!
How does a normal saxophone lesson look? A saxophone lesson is completely different every time. Maybe one week we'll learn a difficult technical piece and the next week a popular song of you choice. Sometimes we talk a little bit about music theory, other times we may be improvising. The first lessons we'll focus on building a good foundation: a perfect posture, the right breathing technique, finger- and mouth-positioning. A little knowledge about the instrument itself is certainly not skipped. Do I have to know music theory beforehand? No. During the lesson I will teach you music theory, to immediately apply it in practice. Rest assured, this does not precede playing the saxophone. For the people who already have a background in music theory, all the better. In the lessons I can refine your theoretical knowledge. How often do classes take place? You choose how often the saxophone lessons take place, this always depends on what you want to achieve yourself. It goes without saying that the more regularly you take lessons, the greater my commitment is. This is because the follow-up is easier. This of course depends entirely on your own work / school / life schedule. How often will I have to practice? Learning any instrument takes time and effort. The ideal solution is that you can practice a little bit every day, but I know that this is not possible for many. It is mainly a matter of exercising as consistently as possible. Preferably five minutes every day, then once a week for two hours. How long does it take before I can play known songs? That depends entirely on yourself. If you can practice every day from day one, it won't be long at all. If, on the other hand, you take your saxophone once every two weeks, it can take longer From and until what age can I learn to play the saxophone? There is no age on music. The young children can test whether they can hold a saxophone. For the little ones it is advisable to learn to play the saxophone on a curved soprano. The alt saxophone is the best option for all other interested people.
LaurentSaxophone lessons - Saxophone Lessons - pro musician!
Learn the saxophone or perfect with a renowned professional musician. Whatever your favorite style, your level and your age, I propose a simple and effective method for learning rhythm, interpretation and improvisation. Accompaniment on piano and drums, recordings. Learn how to play the saxophone or improve your professional musician. For any style or age, I can provide a simple and efficient method to learn and improve rhythm, interpretation and improvisation. Play along with piano, drums, recordings.
DomenSAXOPHONE: learn how to play and enjoy the saxophone, for students of all levels
Saxophone is one of the world's most beloved instruments. Learning to play the saxophone is incredibly rewarding, but getting started might be a bit of a challenge. As an experienced classically trained saxophonist I can help you make the most of your practice. During our saxophone lessons students can learn all the aspects of the saxophone playing: from the technique to master an instrument to the different musical genres and on the way also learn music theory and musicianship skills. The lessons are tailored to the needs of each student according to the musical interests and objectives in music of each individual. Therefore we can work on specific music, work on the basics or just learn about the instrument and its history. The course is available for all levels - from beginners to advanced students. What you can expect to learn from our lessons: Saxophone technique Sound development Breath control Reading Music Improvisation Music Theory Rhythm Reading Ear Training and much more! I hope you will join and take this musical adventure with me!
CarlosSaxophone and Musical Language lessons in Groningen
Hi¡ My name is Carlos. I'm studying a master degree in the Prince Claus Conservatoire, here in Groningen. If you are looking for saxophone or musical language lessons, I'm your man, no matter your level or age. I have a lot experience with children and also with adults. I can teach face to face and also online.
LucyClarinet, Flute, Saxophone and Beginner Piano one-to-one music lessons
One-to-one music lessons are a great way to get extra support on your chosen instrument. In my lessons, I ensure that each student enjoys my guidance and help to reach their full potential. I have over 15 years of experience teaching Clarinet, Flute, Saxophone, and Piano for ABRSM and Trinity Guildhall exams. I also support students through the American Band Curriculum system as well. For many years I have worked with children from International schools in China and am keen to broaden my online student base so that I can continue to support students with their musical journey.
AnnaSaxophone, clarinet and music theory lessons for all levels and ages
Anna is an active performer and music tutor based in London. Originally trained as a classical clarinettist, she later took up saxophone as she drew closer to jazz and improvised music, then trained in jazz saxophone at the Perugia Conservatory of Music in Italy. Here she also studied the fundamentals of piano accompaniment and took second study classical clarinet. She is now a versatile player involved in a range of projects in the jazz, RnB, hip hop, afrobeat, funk and fusion genres. Anna is available to teach from absolute beginner to pre-university level inclusive, from the age of seven upwards. In your first lesson she will aim to get a good understanding of your level, strengths and areas to improve in, what your learning style is and what your musical interests are. A variety of activities and materials in a range of musical styles will be provided with the space for you to choose which work best for you. She will also discuss with you your goals and your musical experience or current activity, thus being able to cover appropriate elements in lessons and ultimately enabling you to get the most possible out of each lesson and your personal practice time. For classical clarinet and saxophone students (up to Trinity Guildhall grade 8 inclusive), lessons will obviously be more centred towards the execution of written works, covering repertoire from the Baroque period to the works of contemporary composers. Exam repertoire can also be studied optionally, if the student wishes to participate in graded examinations (Trinity Guildhall). Jazz or contemporary saxophone students will focus on developing their ear and internalising chord-scale theory, studying elements of music theory where necessary and exploring improvisation, transcription and their own musical vocabulary. There is also the option of working towards Trinity Guildhall graded examinations. Theory-exclusive lessons are available, covering exam-board courses as well as jazz theory and general areas of interest. All-rounder students are also more than welcome - they will cover a mix of styles and skills according to their taste, though never neglecting technique and fundamentals of the instrument. Beginner and absolute beginners, not to worry! Anna will take you through your first steps on your instrument, getting you playing from day one, always ensuring that good technique is learned early on. Lessons follow your pace so it doesn’t matter how quick of a learner you are or how much time you’re able to put into home practice - once one skill is well-internalised you will be able to move onto the next, securing steady progress whilst putting into practice lessons already learnt.
GuillermoClarinet and Saxophone classes online to develop your own musicality
In the classes we will address the different elements that make up music in different styles, knowing the particular language of each one. To do this, we will work on the different tools that we have with each instrument at the level at which each one is. We all know music but many times they make us believe that no, that it is necessary to know how to read and write. That is the graphic part of the language that we will learn little by little, music is a compendium of many other things. Some that we already know and others to know. We will study the use of the keys and the positions of the clarinet, or the sax, the best way to position ourselves whether we play standing or sitting, the most efficient way to use the air, the diaphragm, the muscles. We will learn to form a good embouchure and we will develop a study method adapted to each one, according to their tastes, possibilities and interests. I work with boys and girls from different parts of the world as well as with adults and the elderly. In my experience I learned that, truly, the greatest limitation that we find ourselves is the very feeling of not being able, of believing that we cannot. The support of a dedicated teacher is essential to get out of those places where we accidentally enter and that sometimes limit us. We all feel that sometime. It is time for us to remedy it. I will provide my own materials in pdf, video and audio. There is no age limit.
Pierre-OlivierLearn saxophone from beginner to advanced level
Saxophonist since 1996, I bring saxophone lessons since September 2010, but also solfeggio if you want to learn to read a score. I do program customization, depending on your goals, the learning program is tailor-made and should only apply to the student's pace. For that, I propose various formulas for a follow-up on the long term in your progression, this will allow me to support you in the difficult moments. Because the learning of an instrument sometimes involves obstacles that prevent progress, obstacles that the student will not always solve himself.
I propose saxophone lessons for all ages, all levels, and in all styles. I have been running private lessons for 25 years, as well as giving workshops and master classes in colleges and universities. During a lesson I encourage the student to work on: posture, breathing and the position of the mouth (embouchure), helping the projection of sound; the development of the tone; i teach the student how to phrase and play a beautiful melody; techniques of improvisation; understanding harmony; having confidence in his/her playing skills; techniques of listening and interacting with the rhythm section; learning new songs and experiencing different styles of music; Introductions to key saxophonists. Above all i encourage my students to have fun with music! Course locations: Paris 13th and neighbouring arrondissements. Languages: French, English. I have been working as a Professional for 25 years, I have toured all over the world. I am also a composer with six albums under my name. I'll be very happy to meet with you! Musically, Rob
AnžeSaxophone, clarinet, music theory, arranging and much more
Hi! My name is Anže. I am 24 years old and I come from Slovenia. At the moment I am doing my Bachelor in Jazz saxophone at KUG. Do you want to learn how to play saxophone or clarinet? You already know something and want to know even more? Do you like music theory or maybe you love to arrange music?