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!
Megan G

Megan G

Instruments: Piano, Voice, Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet

Teaching Methods: For piano students, I like to use the Alfred courses.  This method is great because they have courses of study for all ages and levels, and students can progress through several courses throughout their study.  For flute/clarinet students, I like to start with either Hal Leonard's Essential Elements or the Rubank methods books.  Once students have moved beyond the basics, I like to introduce solo repertoire that is appropriate for their level.  I will also pair the solo material with technique exercises designed to solidify their fingerings, scales, rhythm reading, etc, that will enhance their ability to play their solo pieces.

Teaching Styles: I like to have a balance in my lessons between fun and challenge.  I do this by setting realistic goals each week for my students, dependent on their level of perfomance and the pace that they are progressing.  Not everyone will progress at the same pace, and I feel that it is more important for a student to master a particular lesson than to move quickly through the lesson book.  I want my students to be able to experience the satisfaction that comes from working hard at something.  My ultimate goal is to not only foster a love and appreciation of music in my students, but also to develop a strong work ethic and sense of accomplishment.  

Letty S

Letty S

Instruments: Guitar, Saxophone, Flute, Recorder, Piccolo

I've been teaching music for 4 years. While pursuing my bachelor's degree, I taught private flute lessons part time, and I volunteered at summer music camps where I taught music theory and led masterclasses for high school-age students. Seeing my current students' faces light up when they understand musical concepts is why I teach music. Teaching in a private lesson setting is extremely rewarding because I get to differentiate my instruction even further and cater to the students' needs on an individual basis. 

Stephen V

Stephen V

Instruments: Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet

My goal in teaching is to help the student develop confidence by developing skill as a musician. Once the student realizes how to gain confidence through practice, he or she will create a healthy habit of successful learning that can transfer to any field of education.

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.

Rich E

Rich E

Instruments: Piano, Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet

I had my first teaching experience working with elementary students as a private instructor during my senior year of high school. I continued to work with beginning and intermediate students throughout college teaching everything from beginning instruction to jazz improvisation. I am currently a band, strings and vocal music teacher in the Phoenix area where I rehease several groups and give lessons daily. my current students experience everything from classical to pop music and are encouraged to be as creative as possible. While I work on band/ schoil music as well as lesson books, I often bring new material to lessons in order to help students grow and learn new skills crucial for achievement.

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