- Levels Taught:
- Intermediate, Advanced
I particularly enjoy working with musicians who have studied scales and chords but are frustrated in their efforts to use them to make great music.
Other areas of focus:
• Improvising over chord changes
• Internalizing advanced harmony
• Fluency in the many idioms of jazz, funk & blues
• Saxophone technique
• Efficient practicing for a busy lifestyle
- Teaches students:
- and Ages 14+
- Teaching since:
An expert educator with a welcoming, positive outlook and an irresistible passion for music, Anton is a longtime faculty member of the California Jazz Conservatory. He's been Artist in Residence at Harvard University and The Brubeck Institute, and a clinician & featured soloist for countless university & high school jazz programs. Anton has headlined major jazz clubs across the US and Canada and has five critically acclaimed CDs as a leader.
"Anton is an exceptional player & inspirational teacher… and a lot of FUN! He is organized & prepared, and so well versed in so many aspects of jazz performance & education… What more could a student want?!"
— Susan Muscarella, Director, California Jazz Conservatory
"Anton's the perfect blend: a top-flight saxophonist, an inspired composer and a professional with a keen sense of the music industry. His teaching combines these gifts into a unique presentation with sophistication, clarity & personality; before you know it you've got the keys in your pocket!"
— Joe Gilman, Musical Director, Brubeck Institute
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