We teach saxophone at all levels - whether you are young or old, a beginner or advanced player looking to improve, we can teach you in your home or remotely online.
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£40 per hour
£30 per 45 mins
£20 per 30 mins
A full fee cancellation charge is applicable for cancellations of 24 hours or less.
If you do not live within the Oxford area, we are happy to provide you with an hourly rate - depending upon your location.
How we teach Saxophone
We teach a variety of styles so that you can achieve your full potential. We teach both adults and children through lessons customised to individual aims.
Benefits of learning Saxophone
Learning to play the saxophone teaches more than playing music:
- Strengthens breathing
- Strengthens your core muscles
- Improves posture
- Improves hand and eye coordination
- Help with memory function
- Sharpens your focus and concentration
- Improves motor skills
- Relieve stress
We travel to students and teach them in their own homes or remotely online. We teach both adults and children in mainly 60 minute, 45 minute and 30 minute lessons. However, longer lessons can be arranged for individual circumstances.
Beginners and more advanced students welcome.
The saxophone (also referred to as the sax) is a conical-bore woodwind musical instrument. Saxophones are usually made of brass and played with a single-reed mouthpiece similar to that of the clarinet.
The saxophone was invented by the Belgian instrument maker Adolphe Sax in 1846. He wanted to create an instrument that would be the most powerful and vocal of the woodwinds, and the most adaptive of the brass—that would fill the vacant middle ground between the two sections.
He patented the saxophone on June 24, 1846, in two groups of seven instruments each. Each series consisted of instruments of various sizes in alternating transposition. The series pitched in B♭ and E♭, designed for military bands, has proved extremely popular and most saxophones encountered today are from this series.
Instruments from the so-called "orchestral" series, pitched in C and F, never gained a foothold, and the B♭ and E♭ instruments have now replaced the C and F instruments in classical music.
While proving very popular in military band music, the saxophone is most commonly associated with jazz and classical music. There is substantial repertoire of concert music in the classical idiom for the members of the saxophone family. Saxophone players are called saxophonists.
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