Saxophone Lessons in Searingtown, NY
Whatever your current level, saxophone lessons are sure to improve your performances, increase your knowledge, and allow you to realize your potential.
For students just starting out lessons may cover subjects such as critical listening, playing Charlie Parker tunes and tone control. Students who've been playing a while might want to start exploring topics like [IntermediateJazzSaxohphoneTopics]. Finally, advanced players can learn about things like transcribing solos, playing John Coltrane tunes and how to play minor and major diatonic seventh chord patterns.
Saxophone Lessons in Your Area - in Your Home or Long Island based Teacher's Studio
To ensure that you get the most from your saxophone lessons, you can choose to receive instruction at your home, your workplace, or at a teacher's studio nearby.
Give us a call (516) 568-4942 to get more information.
Top 5 Reasons to Choose Encore Music Lessons
- Request a Searingtown 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.
- Ages, Levels & Styles: Saxophone lessons are available to kids and adults, at any level and style.
- Flexible Scheduling: With so many saxophone teachers in Searingtown to choose from, there's bound to be one that fits your schedule.
- No Registration Fee!
Nick is phenomenal piano teacher for children. My four year old daughter has thrived under Nick's teaching, and she never wants to skip a lesson. Nick's ability to get through to children the basic concepts of music theory and practice is extraordinary. He makes the lessons fun, even exciting, but has a gentle firmness about him that engenders a sense of of student to teacher respect, and keeps the lessons productive. He always arrives on time, and he is a very nice person. Can't recommend him highly enough!ANA - NEW YORK, NY Teacher: Nick M.
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.