Saxophone Lessons in Freeport, NY
Have you developed an interest in taking saxophone lessons? Then give us a call today!
We'll get to know a little bit about you and match you with a great teacher to start your saxophone lessons.
It might look difficult, but believe it or not, anyone can learn to play the saxophone. A good saxophone teacher, practice, and a little elbow grease is all that's needed to start mastering topics such as how to play major scales in basic keys, note reading and chord structure.
You have your choice of taking a 45, 60 , or 90 saxophone minute lesson. If at any point you feel you need a longer lesson just let your teacher know.
Saxophone Lessons in Your Area - in Your Home or Long Island based Teacher's Studio
Saxophone lessons can be in your home, office or in a teacher's studio, and are available in most areas of Long Island.
Start studying the saxophone today! Call us at (516) 568-4942 and talk to one of our friendly staff.
Top 5 Reasons to Choose Encore Music Lessons
- Request a Freeport 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.
- Convenient Locations in Freeport: Take in-home saxophone lessons or lessons in a teacher's studio.
- Flexible Scheduling: With so many saxophone teachers in Freeport to choose from, there's bound to be one that fits your schedule.
- Whether you have been playing saxophone for years or are just starting out, you can take lessons with a teacher nearby.
- Student Registration is Free!
...but then I was connected with Ian through Encore music. He started out reassuring me that I could and would play and with hard work, would be very proficient. Ian is a very encouraging teacher who seems to have limitless patience and understanding. He teaches me what I want to play and has never suggested that I couldn't play a piece because it's 'Too Hard', only that I'll need to practice if I want to improve. I've been studying now for close to 6 months and I can already safely say 'I can play the guitar'. I have 3 songs (including a fingerstyle instrumental) under my belt and continue to learn more all the time and my mom in the UK heard me play for the first time last weekend and was shocked at how far I've come. I'd like to say it's all down to me and practice but without Ian's encouragement and belief, I wouldn't be as far along as I am right now. If you are serious about learning the guitar (or the piano), I can highly recommend Ian as an excellent teacher, you just can't have him Monday at 7 - that's my time :)Andy D Teacher: Ian S.
About the Saxophone
Saxophones are in fact most accurately categorized as aerophones. Brass is used to make the body of the instrument; the pad cups; the rods that connect the pads to the keys; the keys themselves and the posts that hold the rods and keys in place.