Saxophone Lessons Sydney

Choosing the Right Saxophone Teacher for You...



Shine Music School Parramatta, Chatswood and George St Sydney consistently delivers better results and more fun for you our students by using advanced teaching techniques and the very best teaching staff


Shine Music Beginner Saxophone Lessons Sydney

As a beginner taking saxophone lessons, students will learn beginner note reading, beginner saxophone rhythm and technique. Once a solid technical foundation has been built, we then explore the different saxophone genres available to a saxophone player like contemporary, rock, pop, metal, classical, Australian Music Examination Board Exams, musical theatre, jazz, etc.

Students will be able to learn more notes, rhythms and songs in the next few saxophone lessons and will learn how to vary the sounds on the saxophone. Students will find the beginner stage of the saxophone fun, just like learning a new language and full of stories on how their improvement is related to lots of practice and structured homework.

Call us on (02) 9687 9978 or email us at enquiries@shinemusic.com.au to enquire about lessons today!

Intermediate and Advanced saxophone Lessons Sydney

Intermediates who are looking to advance their playing technique and repertoire are advised to fill in the above music lesson survey so that we can receive more information about your current technique, saxophone lesson history, and your future goals, exam requirements and performances.

By filling in the above survey we are can ensure we do not waste any time and can move on to technical development exercises in your first class.

Located in Chatswood and Parramatta, Shine Music School has an outstanding record of success with delivering great results for all our saxophone students. Our saxophone teachers use their university qualifications and performance experience to ensure all saxophone students make substantial improvement and learn to enjoy and appreciate the saxophone.

With advanced multimedia facilities in each saxophone room along with boundless performance and examination possibilities, Shine Music School ensures every saxophone student receives overwhelming support to help them reach their highest potential. We teach saxophone students from as young as three up to as young as 95 so it is never too late to start learning. All classes are one on classes, so each lesson is tailored specifically to each student's skill level and individual learning desires. Just remember, practice makes perfect and at Shine Music School, it is our job to inspire you to practice!

Depending on you or your child's individual wants and needs we teach you the following saxophone lessons

  • Beginner Saxophone Lessons
  • Adult saxophone lessons
  • Jazz saxophone lessons
  • Blues saxophone lessons
  • Reading music for saxophone
  • Saxophone improvisation
  • Saxophone hire
  • Saxophone scales
  • Intermediate saxophone technique
  • Saxophone maintenance
  • Tenor saxophone
  • Alto saxophone
  • Saxophone exam preparation
  • Saxophone for leisure syllabus
  • Australian Music Examinations Board Saxophone preparation
  • AMEB Saxophone preparation
  • Trinity Saxophone preparation
  • ABRSM jazz saxophone preparation
  • Saxophone theory
  • Diploma level saxophone lessons

So Why Choose Shine Music for Saxophone Lessons?

Shine Music School is an amazing fun environment that you or your child will look forward to coming to time and time again as you or your child work towards saxophone mastery. Here are great reasons to choose Shine Music for your saxophone lessons.

  1. Advanced teaching techniques enabling you or your child to reach faster results and have more fun
  2. One on one lessons for 100% individual attention and personalised progress in the direction that you want to go
  3. Leading edge internet enabled teaching studios to allow for us to teach you and your child and song you request
  4. 100% A grading or higher in our 2011 1st metropolitan saxophone exams
  5. All teachers are tertiary educated and full time music teachers
  6. Walking distance from train station
  7. Sound proof rooms
  8. Free parking

And much, much more...

Meet Your Saxophone Lesson Expert Teaching Staff

Wayne
Bachelor of Music (Honours)
Saxophone, Flute and Clarinet teacher.
Wayne has done it all. Growing up in the Newtown area in the 80s, Wayne finished school and worked as a warehouse manager before changing career to be postman. Taking up saxophone lessons for the first time at eighteen, fifteen years later, Wayne has completed his thesis in music for his Bachelor's degree at the Australian Institute of Music.

Since picking up the saxophone, Wayne has performed as a musician for jazz, hip hop, blues, rock, latin, big bands in Sydney and Wollongong and can play the tenor, alto, soprano, baritone saxophones along with flute, clarinet and piano. You can be sure to find Shine Music School once you hear the smooth saxophone that flows onto the street, whenever Wayne's teaching.

Saxophone Teacher - Wayne

Melissa
Bachelor of Music
Melissa is an Australian Music Examination Board (AMEB) exams specialist and has the skills and knowledge to ensure all aspiring saxophone students are well prepared and confident when sitting for these exams. Melissa's repertoire extends from jazz to classical and teaches students from 7 to 97.

melissa

Katherine
Bachelor of Music (Performance)
Saxophone and Clarinet teacher.
Katherine is originally from Orange and now loves teaching woodwind in Sydney. Katherine has participated in many musicals and plays and performances through her own musical journey and is now inspiring all students with their own music development.

Katherine

Melissa
Bachelor of Music
Saxophone and Clarinet teacher.
Melissa loves performing in musicals and concerts all over Sydney. Teaching both jazz and classical, Melissa loves showing her students how much fun performing can be when you practice something you enjoy! Melissa is able to teach both saxophone and clarinet.

melissa

Here's the Most Frequently Asked Questions we receive about the Saxophone School

What is the difference between jazz saxophone and classical saxophone?

Should students start with clarinet or saxophone?

What are music examinations?

How much does the student need to practice?

What is the difference between jazz saxophone and classical saxophone?

The saxophone enjoys the status as everybody's favourite jazz instrument. So what type of music do beginner saxophone students learn? Students start off learning how to read notes and will play simple tunes from both jazz composers and classical composers. After several lessons, students will then be able to select which style of music they wish to pursue or whether they want to maintain a mix of both.

For students who want to complete saxophone exams, Shine Music School provides both classical and jazz exams. Classical exams are facilitated by the Australian Music Examinations Board ( AMEB) and Jazz exams are facilitated by the Associated Board of the Royal School of Music UK ( ABRSM). Both have excellent syllabuses and are well balanced to encompass both reading and aural skills. Feel free to call us on (02) 96879978 if you have any questions about any of the saxophone exams.

Should students start with clarinet or saxophone?

Both instruments are beautiful instruments and are very popular band instruments for schools. It is recommended that when choosing which instrument to start with, it is again a preference of sound and instrument. Choose the instrument that the student is most likely to be interested in practicing.

A helpful hint is to visit your local music cd store and sample some clarinetists and saxophonists to listen to the difference in tone of the instruments. For students under eight, Shine Music School recommends starting out with the clarinet since it is a much lighter instrument than the saxophone.

Call us on (02) 9687 9978 or email us at enquiries@shinemusic.com.au to enquire about lessons today!

What are music examinations?

Music examinations are a good tool for students who want to continually improve their playing and performance ability and to have their playing ability graded on a recurring basis. Music examinations allow students to grade their performance ability every six months ( certain instruments ), provides goals for students to aim for and provides a professional grading system for students. Shine Music School encourages exams but are not enforced on students. Our primary aim is for students to have fun exploring their chosen instrument.

Students are only encouraged to attempt examinations when they have attained a certain level of competence and ability. At Shine Music School, all our teachers are Australian Music Examinations Board ( AMEB ) , Contemporary Popular Music ( CPM) and Associated Board of the Royal School of Music ( ABRSM UK) registered and we cater for Jazz, Rock, Pop and Classical exams for all instruments.

Call us on (02) 9687 9978 or email us at enquiries@shinemusic.com.au to enquire about lessons today!

How much does the student need to practice?

Practicing everyday is the most effective and fastest way of improving your skills as a musician. If you practice only every now and then, your improvement will be inconsistent. Even with just 10 minutes every day, you will notice an improvement week to week. Of course, the longer you practice every day, the better, 30 minutes is a good goal to aim for, as long as it is everyday!

Call us on (02) 9687 9978 or email us at enquiries@shinemusic.com.au to enquire about lessons today!

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