Clarinet Lessons in Chicago, IL
Mastering the clarinet and playing in the style of players like Jimmy Dorsey, Woody Herman and Benny Goodman takes some preparation. Time, patience, and especially clarinet lessons, are necessary ingredients.
Receive Quality Clarinet Lessons at a Nearby Chicago Teacher's Studio or in the Comfort of Your Home
At Encore Music, we understand that a relaxed environment ensures a positive experience. You can take clarinet lessons at your home, your office, or at a teacher's studio, whichever you find most comfortable.
We'll match you with a clarinet teacher so you can learn about styles such as jazz, musical theatre and classical.
Having the desire to learn how to play the clarinet is half the battle! Contact Encore Music Lessons, and we'll match you with a clarinet teacher in Chicago right away!
Top 5 Reasons to Choose Encore Music Lessons
- Affordable Options: Choose a clarinet lesson length that fits your budget.
- No Semester System or Term Contracts.
- Student Registration is Free!
- Request a Chicago clarinet teacher yourself from our Teacher Directory, or simply let us know your preferred schedule and we'll connect you with an instructor that can accommodate you.
- Scheduling is a Cinch: With such a large selection of clarinet instructors in Chicago, there's bound to be one who's schedule matches yours.
I've been with Natalie for over a year. I have no vocal experience prior to coming to her. She is incredible at tailoring lessons to exactly your level. She has many students who are professional and they love her as well. She finds great analogies and examples to help me learn things that are so difficult to teach otherwise. She's always supportive but challenges me at the same time. She also helps develop my goals in singing as well and helps me come up with new projects to tackle. I always walk out of a lesson feeling inspired and excited. I HIGHLY recommend her to anyone at any level of experience.Beverly Du - NYC, NY Teacher: Natalie W.
About the Clarinet
The clarinet developed from a Baroque instrument called the chalumeau. This instrument was similar to a recorder, but with a single reed mouthpiece similar to that of the modern clarinet and a cylindrical bore.