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DID YOU KNOW?

Researchers agree that learning to play an instrument improves test scores, helps students with higher math achievement, builds self-confidence, improves coordination and problem-solving, increases fine motor development, and much more – including fostering the basic intrinsic value of developing a love and joy for the arts and music.

MATERIALS RECOMMENDED? 

  • Tuning – developing an ear for tuning, using a tuner, etc.

  • Technique, warm-ups, embouchure.

  • Individual learning and assignments at the student's level.

  • Workbook at the table (theory book, or guitar note speller).

  • Review songs in books with teacher accompaniment or CD.

  • Jam, chart out pop songs, flashcard games, etc.

  • Parent questions and assignment clarification.

Classes are designed for students to progress at their own pace. Students receive supplementary books during the year when they are ready to move ahead.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

AT WHAT AGE SHOULD MY CHILD BE ABLE TO LEARN THE SAXOPHONE? 

As the saxophone is a reasonably large and heavy instrument, a child needs to be of a certain size to begin to learn. Generally, we would say children 9-10 years of age and above can start to learn the sax. And of course, it’s never too late to learn. We have students who have started in their 20’s and make excellent progress or who are picking up the saxophone again after a long break.

WHAT TYPE OF SAXOPHONE SHOULD I START TO LEARN ON?

It’s a good idea to learn the saxophone that you like the sound of the most as you will feel more enthusiasm for your own sound. Many people start with the alto saxophone as there are many second-hand and rental saxophones available, and it is a manageable size. Soprano saxophone can be difficult for beginners, as the intonation (playing in tune) is more challenging than Alto or Tenor.

 

WHERE CAN I GET A SAXOPHONE?

Even for a beginner, it is important to have a quality instrument. If you know what saxophone you want to buy you can also try to buy online or search for the second-hand instrument on amazon. Our instructors will help you to choose the right instrument for you.

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