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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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A Jazz Life

Dear All, As we are all aspiring to be the best teachers, students, people we can be I would...

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Saxophone: The Versatile Singer

The saxophone is a fascinating and exciting instrument with a variety of roles to fill in...

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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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  • Marco Marotta Brixton, SW2 Gold Member

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    I'm a friendly and supportive teacher who strongly believes in the importance of developing a solid practice routine for my students in order to improve their musicianship. I can teach both in english and italian.
  • Tom Niblock Central Birmingham, B16 Silver Member

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    I am a Saxophone, Piano and Music Theory tutor based in Birmingham with a large amount of experience performing.
  • Jon Woodhouse Charvil, RG10

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    Hi, I am a freelance Saxophone and Clarinet teacher based in Charvil, but I will cover the surrounding towns. I will tailor your lessons whether you want help with exams, or just playing for fun. I also run Jazz Workshops on a regular basis.
  • Campbell Murray Motherwell, ML1 Gold Member

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    Professional Guitar/Saxophone Tutor with over 30 years playing experience, Mobile service available in Motherwell, Bellshill, Mossend, Law Village, Carluke, Hamilton, Airdrie, Coatbridge, Wishaw, Newarthill, Uddingston, Lanark. Lanarkshire.
  • Gary Hamilton Central Southend-on-Sea, SS9 Gold Member

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    I started studying jazz harmony and theory in 2002 but I play all styles of music from classical to funk, rock and blues.
  • Adam Summers MMus Chorlton, M21 Gold Member

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    Hello. My name is Adam and I have been an avid music lover my entire life. I am am passionate music teacher with 10 years experience. I hope to answer any questions you have below but please do not hesitate to get in touch should you have any.
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Saxophone Articles

  • On becoming a Musician

    Eddie Croft Saxophone Teacher (Liverpool) Picture The first thing to remember on becoming a musician is that you already are one.  It's not a matter of collecting something from outside of yourself; it's a matter of letting go of what might be in the way. You need time and space. Then breath slowly in and out and the music will come. It's been...
  • Why I Became a Tutor Editor's Pick

    Gary Hamilton Saxophone Teacher (Southend on Sea) Picture When I purchased my first saxophone in1982 I was seventeen and had never even held a sax before. I taught myself the basics and had a couple of lessons, which was all I could afford at the time. I couldn't read music at this point and so I played by ear, listening to records and repeating what I...
  • How to deal with practice - my advice Editor's Pick

    Saxophone Teacher (East London) Picture 1. Focus on problems. Don't go back to the beginning if you keep making a mistake in bar 19! You'll get fantastic at the bit you can already play, and take ages to deal with the actual difficulty. Focus in on the few notes that are actually throwing you off, then slowly widen your focus to...


  • A few albums that inspire me Editor's Pick

    Saxophone Teacher (Kingston upon Thames) Picture When learning any instrument it is important to feel inspired and encouraged to improve. A constant source of this for me comes from listening to music whether its at a gig, at home on the stereo or in the car. I always encourage my students to listen to saxophone music as it is an invaluable...
  • Practical advice on playing the saxophone

    Jac Jones Saxophone Teacher (East London) Picture The key aim for music making is to play music with others. Your practice should be geared towards developing a keen sense of rhythm, intonation and awareness as the beauty of the art form depends on communication and collective expression.
  • Why I Became a Teacher

    Saxophone Teacher (South East London) Picture I became a tutor because I like to share my passion and inspiration for music with others. I have a love for the saxophone and can hopefully share some helpful knowledge and advice with those that are currently learning!