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Whether this is your first time playing a clarinet or whether you're just looking to improve, getting in touch with a skilled teacher is an absolute must. At Encore Music Lessons our main objective is connecting students with great clarinet teachers.
Did you know?
Many teachers who teach clarinet such as Jon D., also teach other woodwind instruments like flute and saxophone. In professional parlance this is called "doubling". It's common practice because the saxophone, clarinet, and flute have a lot in common in terms of the manner in which they're played.
If learning the clarinet is something you really have an interest in then feel free to call us today. One of our friendly student counselors can answer your questions and put you in touch with a great clarinet teacher!
Clarinet lesson Gift Certificates make the perfect gift and are available in groups of 4, 6, 8, 12, and 16 lessons.
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Learning any kind of musical instrument or musical style can be a challenge especially for someone like myself who has passed those precious impressionable formative years when acquiring a new skill was much easier.
I believe the essential theory and method that Hiromi provides gives the student the training and direction needed to learn and excel in Jazz piano.
Hiromi gave me a chance to acquire a wonderful lifetime hobby.
Thank you Hiromi, and I'm looking forward to our next lesson!
Yoko - New York, NY
Teacher: Hiromi K.
About the Clarinet
The clarinet is widely used as a solo instrument. The relatively late evolution of the clarinet (when compared to other orchestral woodwinds) has left a considerable amount of solo repertoire from the Classical, Romantic and Modern periods but few works from the Baroque era.