Saxophone lessons with a professional teacher
You love music, and you would like to learn to play an instrument? You are on the right platform. With MusiProf, you can learn to play saxophone with a professional teacher that we choose for you, according to your own expectations. Learning to play saxophone may seem difficult, but with the help of your teacher you will overcome any difficulties.
Is saxophone a difficult instrument to learn to play?
In order for you to play saxophone well, you will need a lot of practice, because saxophone is not an easy instrument to play, it is true. However, with motivation and patience, you can get great results and become a great player. To create good music faster, you can take lessons with a professional saxophone player and he/she will make the process of learning easier for you.
Saxophone classes for every type of students
Learning to play an instrument should be for everyone, this is why on MusiProf we want you to feel comfortable to ask us for classes, whatever your profile is:
- You are a beginner that never played an instrument.
- You already play an instrument, but you want to discover the saxophone.
- You already have bases, and you want to be a better player.
- You already have a pretty good level of saxophone, and you want to get in a music academy.
Your saxophone classes with MusiProf will match your expectations
When our team looks for your teacher, our objective is to find the one that is the best for you. This is why we will ask about your needs and your expectations, so we will be sure that you will be happy to have classes with your new teacher, here are some criteria for you:
- Your availability: in the morning, in the afternoon, at the end of the day... We will find a teacher that is available when you are!
- Your level: you have a beginner, confirmed or expert level? Your teacher will adapt the class to your level and help you improve.
- Your budget: you don't have much money to spend for your saxophone lessons, don't worry, we will be able to find the perfect teacher for you.
Why should you take saxophone lessons?
Even though you can learn alone, taking lessons to learn to play an instrument with a teacher is always better for you. By taking lessons, you can have a real feedback about your way of playing and your teacher can correct the mistakes you are doing. He/She will also give you tips and make you sound better.
He/She will teach you about:
- The correct way to blow in the instrument
- Assembling the different parts of the instrument correctly and taking care of it
- Music theory
- Feeling the rhythm
- ... And will give you so many other important advice.
Online or in person classes? The choice is yours
It is really different to take lessons online or in person. The two options are advantageous in their own way and both provide classes of the highest quality:
- Online: you won't have to commute, and you will only need a webcam, a microphone, a good internet connection and a computer with Skype or Zoom.
- In person: your professor can give a look in real life at your mistakes, so he/she can give you a constant feedback.
Begin now your music classes with MusiProf
If you want to start taking saxophone lessons, you must follow those steps:
- Create an account
- Find a teacher
- Plan your first lesson with your teacher
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3 simple steps to start your lessons!
1. Sign up for free
Describe your request and learning goals. Sign up in group or individually.
2. Choose between private lessons or join a group
You can join an existing learning group on your level or get a tailored lesson plan.
3. Start your lessons
After your first trial lesson you can decide whether or not to continue your lessons.
A selection of our tutors
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Mr Ezekiel O.
I'm a Musicologist, I graduated from University of Lagos, Nigeria. I can teach virtually all the musical instruments in this world. I am the Principal Consultant of Dalsegno Music International. An independent, registered music institution in Nigeria. Dalsegno provides excellent music service to the world.
Speaks: English, Afrikaans
Grant Snyman is currently enrolled as a final year DPhil (Music) doctoral candidate at Nelson Mandela University, Gqeberha. After matriculating from Grey High School (2011), he went on to complete his Bachelor of Music Degree (BMus) in Clarinet performance, graduating cum laude (2015) and his Masters of Music Degree (MMus) in choral and orchestral conducting (2017). Grant was the recipient of the Charles Bryars’ Scholarship, several academic bursaries, two Merit Awards for Academic Excellence in the Faculty of Arts and of the SAMRO bursary for several years. In 2020, he was recognized as part of ‘Top 100’ university students in the country through the ABSA GradStar programme. In 2022, he completed his PGCE (Post-graduate Certificate in Higher Education) through STADIO Embury International with distinction. More recently, he was awarded the International DAAD Scholarship (2020/2021), a Nelson Mandela University Research Bursary (2022/2023) and of the prestigious NIHSS-SAHDU Scholarship Award (National Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences South African Humanities Deans Association) for his research in Southern African music (2021-2023). Currently, he is a full-time academic scholar and freelance orchestral musician after having been a music educator at Collegiate Girls’ High School and Artistic Director of the Nelson Mandela University Symphony Orchestra for several years. Whilst at Collegiate (2016–2022), his clarinet and saxophone ensembles and students, won several competitions and medals at various local and national competitions – also achieving top results in their practical and theoretical examinations. The Concert Band placed as regional winners and third in South Africa in 2021, at the National Allegretto Music Competition and won the Grand Prize, scoring 100%, at the International Youth Music Competition in 2021 (USA). During his time as the conductor of the Nelson Mandela University Symphony Orchestra, the orchestra placed 2nd at the National SASBA Orchestra and Wind Band Competition in Durban in 2019 (SA). Grant has performed both nationally and internationally, taking part in several National Youth Orchestra courses, International Chamber Music Festivals and competing in several National Music Competitions. He has had the privilege of performing before the late Archbishop Desmond Tutu, the late Ahmed Kathrada and Helen Zille. He has also performed with Simphiwe Dana in her DVD recording of Symphony Experience in 2016. He has participated in several master classes from internationally acclaimed clarinetists/teachers such as Carina Washington, Ferdinand Steiner, Yevgeny Petrov, Valdemar Rodriguez, Dr Danre Strydom and Prof Eddy Vanoosthuyse. In 2014, Grant toured and performed as part of the MIAGI Youth Orchestra to Germany (Berlin Philharmonie and Laeiszhalle Concert Hall), Sweden (Royal Rikssalen Palace), Denmark and Amsterdam (Concertgebouw). In 2017, he travlled to New York City (USA) as first clarinet as part of the Kwazulu-Natal Youth Wind Orchestra where they performed at the International Wind Symphony Competition in Carneige Hall. Grant has also participated in conducting master classes from world renowned conductors: Laszlo Marosi, Daniel Boico, Victor Yampolsky, Adam Cooke, Benjamin Lack, Bjørn Breistein, Fredrik Burstedt, James Ross, Matheu Kieswetter, Peter Louis van Dijk, Junita van Dijk & David Scarr. Grant has appeared as guest conductor for the National Musicamp Association of Zimbabwe (2018), the Eastern Cape Philharmonic Orchestra (2019) and the Eastern Cape Wind Orchestra (2021).
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MTU Cork School of Music
Bachelor of Arts in Popular Music
Sep 2020 - present
I learned extensively about music theory and practice, instrumental technique and popular music repertoire.
Lappia Pop&Jazz Conservatory
Aug 2008 - Jun 2012
Musician skills; guitar playing, working in a band, transcribing music, music theory
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PLANET ENGLISH (IQ ENGLISH)/ TEXCOCO, MEXICO
Dec 2020 - Aug 2021
I worked as an English teacher for 8 months. I had groups of six students, each of them in different English level. I planned weekly workshops for 15 to 20 students, to improve their grammar, listening, talking, and reading skills. I also trained final level students to present the certification exams (i.e., TOEFL).
Ballybay Community College
Jan 2022 - Feb 2022
Teaching students music through practical and theory work.
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