saxophone lessons...

As well as playing as much saxophone as possible, I am a pretty full-on sax teacher. I have been doing this since about 1998, and for 10 years I was a "peri" for Bath and North East Somerset - they called me Senior Music Tutor. I hope they weren't being too personal with that "senior" jibe! Right now I see lots of kids and adults for lessons, and I always welcome a call.

Some of my pupils are kids wanting exams (TrinityGuildhall, or ABRSM jazz grades), or not wanting to do exams, or wanting coaching for a GCSE or A Level, or...some just want to play saxophone.

Some of my pupils are adults, with a real variety of requirements. Folks may want to fulfill an ambition to start the sax, or want to improve for a wind band or jazz workshop or reggae orchestra,or want confidence to start blowing, and...some just want to play saxophone.

Assuming I am safe from you, I've got my CRB check, and Musicians' Union public liability insurance.

So, please feel free to get in touch, for yourself, your spouse (for a birthday/Christmas surprise), your gifted child, or whatever. Send me a mail - use the contact tab above - and if you leave a number I will call you back. Or text 07929 636 433.
This could be you (watch the slideshow):

Cool kid-type testimonial after a Grade 4 the pic
Cool dad-type testimonial after a Grade 5 the pic:

Hey - September 2011 update. I am just getting into gear to help little people (kids) learn some harmonica for Ben Hewlett's Harpscool. Look out. (2017 update: still gettin them little folks to play some tunes and make some music - thanks to Ben Hewlett)

  Stuff I find interesting:

  "The less you play,the longer it will take to get better." - Jonathan Harnum in Basic Music Theory
  "Find out what works...and do more of it!" - Brian Tracey
Brecker was a practice fanatic, Sanborn still is. Getz spent hours just playing the tune so that he could really 'sing'. No substitute folks, it is what it is. - Posted by Pete Effamy in Linked In/Sax On The Web forum
"Records across domains show that it is only by working at what you can't do that you turn into the expert you want to become." Quoted in BOUNCE by Matthew Syed...aim for Purposful practice!

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