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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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The Art of Practice

At every stage of musical education, from the first moment we pick up an instrument to the end...

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Music: Hidden Benefits Above and Beyond the Sound

Most people love some music whether listening or playing and whether classical, pop, jazz, rock...

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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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  • Evgeny Strigalev Central Westminster, WC2R Gold Member

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    My aim as a teacher is to provide a relaxed but focused environment to guide students in achieving their own goals, helping them to improve their technique, improvisational skills and develop their own style. Beginner to advanced levels are welcome.
  • Eleanor Nichol Brislington, BS4 Gold Member

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    I am an enthusiastic and friendly teacher based in the South Bristol area. I aim to provide a fun and positive environment for learning no matter what your ambitions in music are. All ages and standards of pupils are welcome.
  • María Luzuriaga Harlesden, NW10

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    Hello! I am a professional saxophone player. I finished my MPerf at the Royal College of Music I studied in Spain and France. I did an Education Masters too. I speak English, Spanish and French. I have a tutoring experience of more than 10 years.
  • David Zucchi Putney, SW15 Gold Member

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    I have a great deal of experience teaching a variety of styles and instruments. Whether you are new to your instrument and music in general, preparing for examinations, or just playing for fun, I will work with you to achieve your goals!
  • Rob Cox Wollaton, NG9 Gold Member

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    I am a Nottingham and Derby based musician and teacher for both Clarinet and Saxophone. I perform regularly all over the region and have a private teaching practice. I can tailor your lessons to suit your needs, location and availability.
  • Joann Kerrigan Worsley, M28 Gold Member

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    Private one to one tuition on Saxophone, Clarinet, Flute and music theory in Manchester and the surrounding areas. Worsley, Eccles, Salford, Trafford, Urmston, Westhougton, Atherton, Bolton, Horwich, Adlington, Wigan, Whitefield, Prestwich, Bury.
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  • Music Exam Nerves Editor's Pick

    Richard Mulhearn Saxophone Teacher (Paisley) Picture It's quite natural to feel some nervousness before an exam or a performance. It proves that playing music means a great deal to you and that you're aware of the challenge that you are about to face. Start thinking of this nervousness as a positive emotion.... easier said than done perhaps, but...
  • What's Your Story? Part One: Sound Editor's Pick

    Saxophone Teacher (Twickenham) Picture WHAT'S YOUR STORY? PART ONE :SOUND Making a sound with your saxophone which pleases you is the first, and probably the most important, step in your journey into the world of jazz improvisation. Without it, you end up fighting every note you play, so that the flow of notes formulating your...
  • Starting out on the Sax

    Saxophone Teacher (Brighton) Picture When students come to me I really only ever make one suggestion. Come with a song that you want to learn. It can be daunting, when first starting out, to see how you're ever going to make this complicated piece of plumbing ever make a sound, let alone one that sounds musical. Having a goal is...


  • 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

    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...