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Why I Became a Tutor

When I purchased my first saxophone in1982 I was seventeen and had never even held a sax before....

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Music Exam Nerves

It's quite natural to feel some nervousness before an exam or a performance. It proves that...

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Developing a Good Sound

Having a great sound is one of the most important assets of a good sax player. The best way to...

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The Talent Code by Danny Coyle

Here's my book recommendation: The Talent Code by Danny Coyle I advise all students, teachers,...

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  • Veronica Dowdeswell Ickenham, UB10 Gold Member

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    I have 26 years experience of teaching piano, woodwind and brass instruments. I tutor musicians of all ages, with great success in auditions for Specialist Music Schools, NCO and IAPS courses. I always accompany pupils in their exams.
  • Neil McGovern Elephant and Castle, SE17 Gold Member

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    I am a professional musician based in London.
  • Leo Richardson Totteridge, N12 Gold Member

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    I am a highly experienced teacher and performer, and I believe that learning can be fun! All ages and abilities are welcome.
  • Kate White Central York, YO10

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    I am a Clarinet, Saxophone, Piano and Music Theory tutor with 25 years' experience. I teach all ages, levels and musical styles in the York area.
  • Nick Jones West Hampstead, NW6 Gold Member

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    I am a freelance musician, composer, teacher and workshop facilitator who enjoys sharing my passion for music with others. I teach a variety of styles including jazz, funk, world, rock, pop, folk, classical and can adapt to a pupil's needs or tastes.
  • Robbie Fearon Moseley, B13 Gold Member

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    I am a freelance musician and B(Mus) Hons Jazz graduate teaching Clarinet, Saxophone and Music Theory in Birmingham. I can teach ABRSM grades as well as in a variety of musical styles. I teach all ages and abilities with enthusiasm and understanding.
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Saxophone Articles

  • Like music like food like jazz!

    Saxophone Teacher (Southampton) Picture Like Music Like Food Like Jazz Listening to one type of music is for instance like eating one thing. Let’s take chips for example. At first they taste great, you may have them with salt, vinegar, cheese, beans etc. But after a while, you will get bored of them, and they will make you fat and...
  • Repetition

    Saxophone Teacher (South West London) Picture I have discovered a very quick and efficient way for students to learn chunks of music. This could be either written music or scales/arpeggios.  The method is to repeat a short musical phrase five times without making a mistake once. If you make a mistake, you have to start over. This creates...
  • Pattern Movements through changes

    Saxophone Teacher (South West London) Picture Everyone wants to have more and more vocabulary in their improvisation. The more choices you have, the higher the probability that you can chose the correct one at the correct time. An excellent way of achieving this is to look at different ways of viewing how you have to play over changes. I...


  • Nerves and Tension in Performance

    Saxophone Teacher (South West London) Picture Its performance day, maybe an audition or an exam, or just a gig at which you want to perform your best. You're confident - you've practised hard, worked on every aspect of your performance and are ready for what lies ahead. Day after day in the practice room, you have given perfect rendition...
  • Saxophone Embouchure

    Saxophone Teacher (Portsmouth) Picture The basic difference beween clarinet and saxophone embouchure is the angle in which the mouthpiece is placed in the mouth. Clarinets point downwards at an angle of 45 degrees whereas the saxophone mouthpiece is almost horizontal, The teeth rest lightly on the top of the mouthpiece and in the...
  • A few Guidelines for the Sax

    Saxophone Teacher (South West London) Picture For young beginners music has got to be fun and something they really want to do. For 7 - 11 years olds I would recommend starting with either Alto or Soprano due to the fingering and weight of the instruments. Above this age students will be strong enough to play tenor if they choose. I...