Saxophone Lessons in Farmingdale, NY
Mastering the saxophone and playing in the style of players like Joe Henderson, Dexter Gordon and Lenny Pickett takes some preparation. A trained saxophone teacher is a must if you really want to improve.
Saxophone Lessons At Home or Long Island Teacher's Studio
To provide you with the best possible experience, saxophone lessons can be in your home or office taking into account your schedule. Or if you prefer, you can arrange to take lessons at a teacher's studio nearby.
We'll make a note of your preferred schedule and use that to match you with a saxophone teacher that will fit your needs.
Learning to play the saxophone is within your grasp. Contact Encore Music Lessons, and we'll match you with a saxophone teacher in Long Island right away!
Top 5 Reasons to Choose Encore Music Lessons
- Individual Schedules: Let us know what times work for you and we'll connect you to a saxophone teacher who fits your schedule.
- Easily accessible locations in and around the Farmingdale area. Take saxophone lessons in a teacher's studio or in the comfort of your living room!
- Students young and old, beginner or advanced, can take lessons in any style.
- Request a Farmingdale 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.
- Affordable Options: Choose a saxophone lesson length that fits your budget.
Laura started teaching my son (10 years old) about 6 months ago. He has made a lot of progress in this time, and Laura did a great job teaching him. Laura is very professional & knowledgeable and obviously has a strong musical academic background, but she also manages to communicate very well with my son and make the lessons fun - every week he is looking forward to meet her and learn new things. I strongly recommend Laura as a Drum teacher.YUVAL - ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, NJ Teacher: Laura J.
About the Saxophone
The simplest design of saxophone is a straight conical tube, and the sopranino and soprano saxophones are usually of this straight design. However, as the lower-pitched instruments would be unacceptably lengthy if straight, the larger instruments usually incorporate a U-bend at or slightly above the third-lowest tone hole.