Saxophone Lessons in Glen Head, NY
It's great to be able to play in the style of greats like Michael Brecker, Maceo Parker and Sonny Rollins, but to really master the saxophone takes some work. A trained saxophone teacher is a must if you really want to improve.
Saxophone Lessons in Your Home, Office or Teacher's Studio in Long Island
Different students learn the saxophone in different ways. For that reason students have the choice of taking lessons at home or at a teacher's studio. Choose whichever option is most comfortable for you.
We match saxophone students with great teachers who can show them the ins and outs of performing in styles like blues, fusion, funk, rock and jazz.
Learning how to play the saxophone is something you can do! Call now to be paired with a skilled saxophone teacher in the Long Island area! Give us a call today to find out more!
Top 5 Reasons to Choose Encore Music Lessons
- Convenient Locations in Glen Head: Take in-home saxophone lessons or lessons in a teacher's studio.
- Student Registration is Free!
- No Semester System or Term Contracts.
- Affordable Options: Choose a saxophone lesson length that fits your budget.
- Students of any age or level of ability can take saxophone lessons in any musical genre or style.
Influences: Contemporary saxophonists (Chris Potter, Mark Turner, Joe Lovano, George..
Education: Saxophone Performance (BM), Berklee College of Music 
Influences: Charlie Parker, John Coltrane, Clarence Clemons, Wayne Shorter, Ornette..
Education: Bachelor of Studio Music / Jazz Guitar (BA), University Of Miami 
I took lessons with Frankie this year, and due to the economy had to stop, and I was bummed. I love his approach to starting you out right from the notes and getting you to understand the guitar in all aspects. He has a gentle soul, which helps when you are learning and keep making mistakes! I would highly recommend Frankie for anyone looking to learn or better their playing!DIANE - MELROSE, MA Teacher: Frankie P.
About the Saxophone
Nearly all saxophones, past and present, are made from brass. Despite this, they are usually categorized as woodwind instruments rather than brass.