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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.
Nick is a great piano teacher. He inspires my son to practice longer, try new things, have fun playing and generally feel more motivated about playing piano. His progress has been much greater than with either of his previous 2 piano teachers and he enjoys his lessons much more. Nick's style is to tailor the work to the student, so that the student works on material that is instructive and challenging, but also enjoyable. Nick's firm, but kind approach motivates students. My son will sit down and just play for fun, because the work is so well suited to his level and his interests. I highly recommend Nick.LAURA - NEW YORK, NY Teacher: Nick M.
About the Saxophone
The saxophone uses a single-reed mouthpiece similar to that of the clarinet, but the saxophone mouthpiece has a wider inner chamber and lacks the cork-covered tenon of a clarinet mouthpiece.
Saxophone Teachers are Available in the Following Cities and Counties:
District Of Columbia