Saxophone Lessons in East Meadow, NY
Learning to play the music of greats like Kenny Garrett, Joe Henderson and Michael Brecker can be a lot of fun. Saxophone lessons provide you with a skill that can last a lifetime. That's why connecting to the right saxophone teacher to show you the basics is super important.
Show Off Your New Skills!
Every year in June Encore Music Lessons holds a recital where students get a chance to play the saxophone in front of their friends and family.
We've got some videos from the NYC Annual 2013. If you'd like to watch, just click here.
We'll match you with a saxophone teacher in the Long Island area that will be a good match.
For your peace of mind, all saxophone teachers are thoroughly background checked and reference checked.
If you're ready to be connected with a Long Island based teacher for saxophone lessons get in touch with us today!
Top 5 Reasons to Choose Encore Music Lessons
- Personalized Scheduling: We'll take down your preferred availability and connect you with a saxophone teacher.
- Request a East Meadow saxophone 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.
- Whether you have been playing saxophone for years or are just starting out, you can take lessons with a teacher nearby.
- Students in the East Meadow area have the option of taking saxophone lessons in the comfort of their home or in a teacher's studio.
- No Registration Fee!
I've been taking lessons with him for about 3 months now, and I feel like I am really beginning to make the turn into an actual guitar player, and I'm really excited about it. While most of us may want to just learn how to play (i.e. the songs you like, etc..), Chris really stresses learning the basics. Don't get me wrong, these lessons (chords, scales etc...) are fun - you are really learning and he teaches you cool things along the way that break it up. Chris encourages you to keep messing around on your own, and if you have trouble with something you're working on, he will teach you how to do it properly, and incorporate it into further lessons. All in all, solid teacher. If you want someone easy that's not going to push you, Chris is not the guy, but if you want to LEARN how to play the guitar and are serious about it, I highly reccomendOREN - NEW YORK, NY Teacher: Chris T.
About the Saxophone
Like clarinets, saxophones use a single reed. Saxophone reeds are proportioned slightly differently to clarinet reeds, being wider for the same length. Each size of saxophone (alto, tenor, etc.) uses a different size of reed.