Saxophone Lessons in Hicksville, NY
Taking private saxophone lessons has its advantages over taking lessons in a class setting. When you take lessons in a class setting it's not unusual to find yourself falling behind. With private saxophone lessons your teacher can concentrate on you specifically by answering your questions about topics like major and minor scales in all 12 keys, tone control and how to play major scales in basic keys.
Show Off What You've Learned!
Come play the saxophone at our annual spring recital. We just had a great one on June 13th.
To see footage of the NY Spring Recital click here.
We match students with great saxophone teachers in the Long Island area.
If you're ready to get started with saxophone lessons, give us a ring today!
Top 5 Reasons to Choose Encore Music Lessons
- Request a Hicksville 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.
- Cost Effective Options : Choose from a variety of lesson lengths to find one that fits your budget.
- Conveniant Schedules : With a such a wide array of saxophone teachers in Hicksville, students will find it's easy to connect with the right teacher.
- Easily accessible locations in and around the Hicksville area. Take saxophone lessons in a teacher's studio or in the comfort of your living room!
- Registration is Free: It costs nothing to sign up!
My son, Alec, has been taking lessons from Joe for 4 years. Alec started taking lessons at a relatively advanced age (14). I was concerned initially that my son would not have the patience to take lessons at that age, but Joe inspired my son and gave him the great gift of appreciation of music. We are indebted to Joe for that gift. Joe is conscientious, patient, and works well with young people. He encouraged Alec to develop his own taste and style rather than forcing him to play music that appeal for him. Joe has a great love of performing and that enthusiasm is apparent when he teaches. I am certain that Alec will continue to play the piano and will hear music differently for the rest of his life. My wife and I feel very fortunate to have found Joe and we recommend him with great enthusiasm and without reservation.MICHAEL - NEW YORK, NY Teacher: Joe H.
About the Saxophone
The saxophone uses a single-reed mouthpiece similar to that of the clarinet, but the saxophone mouthpiece has a wider inner chamber and lacks the cork-covered tenon of a clarinet mouthpiece.