Saxophone Lessons in Fort Lee, NJ
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Lessons in living room with stereo; teacher has own instruments, student needs their own
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I expect the student to have an instrument to play on.
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From Jazz to Brazilian, Cuban, Puerto Rican, world music from just about everywhere. Specialist in teaching students how to improvise on chord changes.
· Saxophone · In studio
· Saxophone · In studio
I currently teach alto and tenor saxophone at the New School for Leadership and the Arts, but I have many years' experience teaching music to students of all ages. I teach to the abilities, passions, and ambitions of the student(s).
I have been teaching guitar, drums, and piano for about eight years to students of all ages. Music is what I'm passionate about and it's what I enjoy. I want to inspire that same passion into the hearts and minds of others.
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I am a laid-back teacher, fun, and I focus on the needs, abilities, and ambitions of the student. In turn, students must realize that learning an instrument takes a lot of work and dedication. One can't expect to learn very much if s/he only practices or thinks about the instrument during the lesson. If the student is willing to put some time into practicing, then I will help them go far!
I have several guitars, a drum kit, djembe, mandolin, clarinet and full-size keyboard.
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Guitar: Classical, jazz, American or Irish folk, rock and pop; lead or rhythm.
Drums & Percussion: All genres
Piano: Classical (includes sight reading)
· Harmonica · Online
· Banjo · Online
· Drum · In studio
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I play and teach alto, tenor and baritone saxophone. I focus on getting my students to play in tune. Tone production is the first step. If you have a good tone people will listen to you. I work with tuners continually. My students are able to sound good immediately and that is crucial in their development.
I have developed a teaching method that is efficient and creative, and is backed by over thirty years of professional performing experience. In the past fifteen years, I have taught continuously at several music schools in Germany. In my classroom, I approach music lessons with uncompromising attention to the goals of my students, their abilities and style. While focused on rigorous study of instrumental technique and music theory,
Specializing in saxophone, clarinet, flute and piano, I have experience in both public and private after-school programs, as well as in-home lessons settings. My formal music training began at the age of five in Vilnius Lithuania with the famous Vladimir Tchekassin. Since then, I have excelled in my saxophone studies at the Vilnius Conservatory and at the Music Academy in Cologne Germany while pursuing an active performing career. Most recently, in 2005, I followed my passion for teaching music by completing an advanced Instructor program in Instrumental Pedagogy at the Music Academy in Cologne.
· Flute · In studio
· Clarinet · In studio
· Saxophone · In home
I have been teaching saxophone since 2006. In working with beginners and intermediate students, will focus on production of sound, fingerings, breath support and, for fun, playing & learning songs that you would like to play! For Advanced players working on simple to advanced patterns, learning basic to advanced Jazz theory, learning songs (jazz standards included), practicing sight-reading, practicing improvisation and improvised ideas.
With training at high-level schools and over a decade of diverse professional experience, I'm well-suited to teach saxophone in any style. Whether you need help with school ensemble music, want to learn your favorite melodies, or even want to write your own music, I can offer experienced and relaxed guidance towards your goals!
· Clarinet · In home
· Piano · In home
· Saxophone · In studio
I have been teaching for 9 years. I teach saxophone, flute and clarinet from beginner to advanced, all ages, specialising in jazz. Lessons are tailored to suit each student and their needs. I can help you achieve your goals and have fun doing it!
Lessons include technique, ear training, sight reading, music theory, improvisation.
Award winning musician, educator, recording artist and leader in the vanguard of musical inspiration is now available for private study. With over 25 years of Global performing and teaching experience from high school to university level, several slots have recently opened up allowing a small intake of new students.
Find your unique, personal musical voice through improvisation and the world of creativity. This approach is tailored to suit the individual’s personal goals with the whole musical spectrum being embraced. Barriers are removed, pathways to development are nurtured and labels are avoided.
All ages and all levels are accommodated with the only requirement being enthusiasm and a genuine desire to learn and improve.
Many former students have received NEC, Berklee, Manhattan School of Music and New School scholarship admissions.
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Born in the UK, his versatile musicianship and uniquely personal style won him a place in the finals of the young jazz musician of the year (1997). This led to work with the cream of London’s A-list at many of the esteemed venues such as the Barbican, the Jazz Café, the 606 Club and the Bulls head. After graduating from Dartington College of Arts with a BA Honors degree (1997) he attended the London Institute where he was awarded a
After moving to NZ in 1999, Johnny quickly became established as one of the most respected and in demand musicians as well as becoming a clinician for Selmer saxophones. He was regularly featured at many international jazz festivals and divided his time between London and Wellington. His contributions to the NZ jazz community proved to be invaluable and his instruction of important young jazz talent offered an impressive compliment to his artistic efforts.
In 2006 he was awarded a Master of Music degree in saxophone performance and he continues to foster critical acclaim along with an ever increasing fan base through industry awards, live performances and studio recordings. Since 2007 he has lived and worked in New York and his recent CD 'Soulscape' featured the All-star rhythm section of Billy Drummond, Mike Eckroth and Ron McClure.
Experienced saxophone and piano teacher of 5 years! All ages are welcome, I've taught students from 5 years old to 65 years old! The lessons are customized to your specific needs and what you want to learn! I guarantee you will be playing your favorite songs in no time at all, with a beautiful tone, learning how to read music and play by ear! Let's get started!
I began playing saxophone and piano in the 2nd grade. I was a member of the New York State ‐ All State Jazz Band in High school. I performed regularly at Ossining High School where I was a member of the elite Woodwind Ensemble and played 1st alto sax and flute in the Jazz Big Band and Jazz Workshop ensembles. I also performed periodically in Westchester County and New York City with groups from the Lagond Music School where I studied and had taught privately starting in 2003.
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During High School I was a regular attendee at the SUNY Summer Jazz Institute in Purchase, New York where I had the privilege of attending Master Classes led by Ralph Lalama and played alto sax in workshop ensembles led by Ralph as well as Doug Munro, Jon Gordon and Charles Blenzig.
In college, at New York University, I had the distinct pleasure of working with musical masters, Lenny Pickett, Chris Potter, Kenny Werner, Rich Perry, John Scofield, Wayne Krantz, to name a few. My time at NYU helped me hone my creativity and prowess as an artist.
As a teacher I have 2 main goals; that I get the student to love learning music/the instrument from me and that the student's goals are met no matter what level. I have been playing saxophone for 24 years. I have studied every form of saxophone playing and played all kinds of music on the instrument and bring that experience and awareness into our lesson.
I love teaching piano, saxophone, clarinet and flute and working with students of all ages and levels. I am equally as happy teaching a beginner from scratch as I am teaching a college student looking to get help with a certain aspect of playing.
· Piano · In home
· Piano · In studio
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