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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.
Saxophone lesson Gift Certificates make great gifts. You can get them in packages of 4, 6, 8, 12, or 16 lessons.
If you need the certificate instantly we can send it to you by email as a PDF file. If you'd prefer the old-fashioned way, we'd be glad to mail it either to you or to the person who'll be taking lessons.
I've been taking lessons with him for about 3 months now, and I feel like I am really beginning to make the turn into an actual guitar player, and I'm really excited about it. While most of us may want to just learn how to play (i.e. the songs you like, etc..), Chris really stresses learning the basics. Don't get me wrong, these lessons (chords, scales etc...) are fun - you are really learning and he teaches you cool things along the way that break it up. Chris encourages you to keep messing around on your own, and if you have trouble with something you're working on, he will teach you how to do it properly, and incorporate it into further lessons. All in all, solid teacher. If you want someone easy that's not going to push you, Chris is not the guy, but if you want to LEARN how to play the guitar and are serious about it, I highly reccomendOREN - NEW YORK, NY Teacher: Chris T.
About the Saxophone
Since 1920, nearly all saxophones have 'key touches' (smooth decorative pieces placed where the fingers will touch the instrument) made of either plastic or mother of pearl.
Saxophone Teachers are Available in the Following Cities and Counties:
District Of Columbia