Austin Gaesser

Austin G.

El Dorado Hills, CA

Lesson Details


Levels Taught:
Clarinet is a great first instrument for curious young students to explore. As a woodwind specialist, I can teach a clarinet student of any age up to a beginners level. With a degree in Saxophone Performance and Music Education, a student can learn more than just the ins and outs of playing clarinet, but also the breathing techniques and basic music theory all students need as a bedrock foundation.
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Austin delivers an exceptional lesson experience and ranks in the top 15% of our teachers nationwide.
Teaches students:
Ages 5+

Teaching since:

I’m a fun and energetic teacher who loves a good laugh. I am a professional saxophone player, but can teach a range of woodwinds to advanced levels and brass instruments up to intermediate levels. I harp on the importance of breathing by teaching Breathing Gym techniques to my students for control and relaxation. I learned from the one and only Sam Palafian, the inventor of Breathing Gym while I marched at the Blue Devils Drum and Bugle Corps on the Contra/Tuba line.


Student Teacher
Aug 2017 - Present
Woodcreek High School

I work with the Jazz bands and Marching Band as an all around teacher under Mr. Brad North.

Visual and Music Tech
Aug 2012 - Present
Folsom High School Marching Band

I work as a visual and music tech under Mr. Curtis Gaesser as well as build props for the band.

Conductors assistant
Aug 2015 - May 2017
Sacramento Youth Symphony

I worked as a conductors assistant for Mr. Angelo Moreno and Mrs. Kari Zimny as well as held sectionals at rehearsals for the students.


Music Education and Music Performance with a focus on Saxophone
Aug 2012 - May 2017
California State University Sacramento

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Blue devils 2016

BDB 2014

BK 2015


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