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Learn Saxophone (Jazz and/or Classical) with Sam K!<br /> <br /> Sam is a professional saxophonist, ...
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Qualified, professional musician and tutor (saxophone and melodion) based in London. Musician, write...
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Nikola is an experienced and committed musician, who understands the commitment and dedication neede...
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I've been playing music since I was 7 years old, and I started teaching when I was 16. I've seen ple...
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Do you currently play the Saxophone? Or would you like to start learning? Wherever you are in your journey as a musician, we at Music Tutors will have the perfect high-quality professional Saxophone teacher for you who can help you sound like Charlie Parker or Michael Brecker in no time
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The Saxophone is an instrument made of brass with a wooden mouthpiece and is, therefore, a member of the woodwind family. The most popular saxophones are the baritone, alto, tenor, and soprano and are all played by pressing a key which then covers or lifts a pad from a sound hole. The Saxophone is often associated with Jazz music, but it is actually used in a wide variety of genres laying down beautiful melodies and solos.
Having your own Saxophone is a big advantage because it means that you can practice between your Saxophone lessons which will definitely get you better results. As with any instrument, it is important to try before you buy. Even though you might not be able to play anything yet, holding the instrument in your hands can tell you a lot about the quality of the instrument. You can always ask your tutor for help with choosing your next instrument. If you are not sure if you want to buy a saxophone yet, some stores let you rent instruments for a small fee. If you are looking to buy a saxophone in London, you can try out Sax.co.uk in London
You could ask many musicians “what instrument would you like to play?” It’s more than likely that many will say the Saxophone. Commonly, Jazz guitarists copy Saxophone melodies and solos. Try and picture this, you’ve been learning for a while and you’re playing your first solo in front of an audience. This requires discipline and focus through practice. But most importantly, your first performance will give you great motivation to learn as well as boosting self-esteem when you look at your progress.
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London has a world-class reputation for music. The city hosts some of the biggest venues, outstanding universities and conservatoires, and is home to hundreds of famous musicians! London has given us iconic artists such as David Bowie, The Clash, and The Rolling Stones.
London is home to countless music venues, including everything from arenas and stadiums to tiny trendy bars. Some of London's biggest venues include O2 Arena, Wembley Stadium, and Wembley Arena. These are great for watching big, well-known bands, but if you're looking for indpendant bands and upcoming talent, you can check out venues like The Old Blue Last, The Finsbury and The Lexington. For touring bands, there's also The Roundhouse, O2 Academy Brixton, and Kentish Town Forum.
But that's not all! For fans of classical and jazz, The Barbican hosts an eclectic range of concerts throughout the year. Also, The Royal College of Music and Royal Academy of Music regularly host evening and lunchtime concerts from students, as well as some of the most highly regarded musicians in the world.
Of course, it's almost impossible to cover everything musical that's happening in London right now - it's truly endless! Check out these guides for an in-depth look at what's on:
When we start our musical journey, buying an instrument is the first hurdle to clear. There is almost a whole new language to learn and it's difficult to know where to start. However, if you go into a great music shop, there will be an expert on hand to get you started! Rose Morris is a great Central London store with a stunning selection of guitars. Similarly, Wunjo Guitars has a fantastic selection of guitars and bass guitars. If you’re interested in playing strings, The Piano Warehouse in South West London. Check out PMT for all your music technology needs, plus they have a great range of drum kits!
Want to take your music practise and make it social? Great idea! There are plenty of amateur and professional music groups that you can join in London. London City Voices is open to all those wanting to get involved - they put on annual concerts as well as great social events. Instrumentalists, click here for an extensive list of groups you can join in London.
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