Saxophone Lessons Maricopa County, AZ

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Featured Saxophone Teachers In Maricopa County

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering saxophone lessons in Maricopa. Whether you are looking for beginner saxophone lessons for your kids, or are an adult wanting to improve your skills, the instructors in our network are ready to help you now!
Theodore S

Theodore S

Instruments: Piano, Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet

Teaching Methods: With my private woodwind students, I use the Essential Elements 2000 method which includes a cd and dvd with each book. With adults, I use Rubank or more appropriate methods that goes with their ability level. With piano students, I use the Alfred method, or Fletcher, depending on the student. I have used John Thompson as well as the Bastien method of teaching. I experiment with the latest methods to keep students interest and engage them to learn at their own pace without frustration.

Teaching Styles: I want to see my students grow musically and develp a yearning for growth. My job is to have each student succeed and to have them be inspired by their own growth. I encourage each student to try to reach a goal and and I want them to progress at their own pace for enjoyment and fun. Music is a life long experience.

Michael G

Michael G

Instruments: Piano, Voice, Trumpet, Trombone, Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet, Drums, Euphonium, French Horn, Tuba, Mallet Percussion, Oboe, Bassoon, English Horn

Teaching Methods: My beginning students usually start with Hal Leonards Essential Elements. Once my student is able to grasp basic fundamentals and a healthy proper tone, I will then be able to incorporate solo repertoire for future recitals and contests. For adults, I will find out what interests my students and coordinate my lessons accordingly to keep the lesson engaging and fun.

Teaching Styles: I am dedicated, persistent, and reliable. I am willing to learn and keep learning for the advancement of myself and my students. A well-rounded appreciation for music as well as critical listening and ear-training skills will be taught.  I also maintain a pretty fast paced lesson enabling the student to have plenty of practice material, tasks to accomplish, and goals to meet. I will record the student's progress electronically so that the student may better understand and realize their progression. I want to inspire my students through my positive influence and encouragement through each lesson of musical discovery.

Tricia B

Tricia B

Instruments: Piano, Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet

Teaching Methods: For flute lessons I like to start with the Blocki method. Once students have progressed with a good fundation I will then introduce solo repertorie. For piano lessons I will start with the Piano Adventures series with lesson books and performance books. And finally with clarinet I like to use the Accent on Acchieviement series.I will work with and listen to the needs of the student and guide my lesson for each individual needs.

Teaching Styles: Each student is unique and each learns in thier own way. With the being said I try to develop a routine that works for each student so that they progress at his or her own pace. I set weekly goals for each student to work towards and encourage them to reach those goals.

Stefanie G

Stefanie G

Instruments: Piano, Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet

Teaching Methods: Lessons will consist of learning and executing the fundamentals of good sound production, scales, articulation, technical exercises, range expansion, phrasing, proper hand posture and extended techniques. Studies used in lessons include books by Lester, Rose, Klose, Hite, Cavillini, and many more.

Teaching Styles: Lesson structure is outlined by long tones, scales and technical exercises, tonguing, etudes, solo repertoire, rhythm exercises, reed work and building sight-reading skills through playing duets with the instructor.

Aaron W

Aaron W

Instruments: Saxophone, Clarinet

Teaching Methods: For junior high and beginning students I like to go over proper embesure and creating sound. After that's established I like to get started on technique exercises and scale practice. The junior high students will continue to start learning the circle of 5ths, both student levels will work out of the Standards of Excellence Green book or Red book. High school students will work out of the Blue Standards of Excellence book for their freshman and sophomore year; along with a more advanced packet of warm up and scale exercises that I received from the ASU clarinet studio and my current clarinet professor Jeff Quamo. Junior year and senior year students will be expected to know at least 80% of the circle of 5ths and they'll begin to start playing etudes out of the Rose Etude book along with studying farther into the warm-up and practice packet. For adult students I only focus on what they'd like to learn and what I can help them with on order to meet their personal goal and progress them maybe farther than what they thought they could achieve.

Teaching Styles: I believe that my students should have high expectations and have fun while completing goals. I make sure lessons are fun and progressive. I hold my students to high expectations so when they meet their goal they actually kill two birds with one stone (ex: figuring out a difficult passage in school music while progressing in technique exercises). I give students accompanying assignments to be supplemental to what they have in technique or to help with school music. I always make sure my lessons are tailored to what the student needs and to what the student has learned or not learned yet.

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