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If you're really serious about learning to play the saxophone, you're going to need a good teacher to help you learn the intricacies of the instrument. At Encore Music Lessons our mission is to help sax students connect with qualified instructors who do just that.
When learning any instrument, a teacher with a degree in music can be a real help. There are many good music teachers without degrees, but conservatory level training supplies teachers with the ability to explain musical ideas in clear terms that are easy for even beginners to understand.
If learning the saxophone is something you really care about then take a concrete step forward by speaking with one of our student counselors! You can reach our office Monday through Friday between 10am and 6pm.
I had wanted to play piano for such a long time, and kept putting it off and putting it off, thinking I was too old. I'm so glad I found Joe. For someone like me who never touched a piano (played violin for years when I was a kid), he really was the best teacher for me and eased me into it by teaching me songs I liked, and throwing things in as we went. Before I knew it, I was playing and it has been the best thing I've ever done. I also play by ear naturally, and instead of discouraging it, he worked with me on that and really helped me nurture and develop that ability, while teaching me sight reading (which, admittedly is not my strong suit!). For 5 years, our lessons have been my therapy that I always look forward to and will be sorely missed when he moves! Best of the best.Chris C. Teacher: Joe H.
About the Saxophone
The saxophone was developed in the 1840s by Adolphe Sax, a Belgian-born instrument-maker, flautist, and clarinetist working in Paris.
Saxophone Teachers are Available in the Following Cities and Counties:
District Of Columbia