Saxophone Lessons in Port Washington North, NY
Steadily mastering the ability to play the sax like Maceo Parker, John Coltrane and Charlie Parker by taking saxophone lessons can be an exciting adventure! For that reason connecting with an excellent saxophone teacher to help you understand everything is an important early step.
The Audience is Listening!
On June 13th this year, students got an opportunity to play the saxophone in front of an audience.
To see footage of the NYC Annual 2013 click here.
We use your availability and your location in Long Island to match you with the saxophone teacher that will be best.
So that you feel comfortable, Encore Music Lessons thoroughly background checks and reference checks all saxophone teachers.
If you're ready to get started with saxophone lessons, contact one of our friendly staff members today!
Top 5 Reasons to Choose Encore Music Lessons
- Students of any age or level of ability can take saxophone lessons in any musical genre or style.
- Cost Effective Options : Choose from a variety of lesson lengths to find one that fits your budget.
- Registration is Free: It costs nothing to sign up!
- Request a Port Washington North 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.
- No Semester System or Term Contracts.
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
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.