Lessons tailored to suit individual needs
Individual lessons are usually the best and most productive way of learning to play a musical instrument. Everyone learns at different speeds and has their own unique understanding.
With individual lessons, you can go at your own speed and learn the music you want as well as broadening your musical horizons.
If you are completely new to learning an instrument, during the first lesson, not only will you be shown how to put the instrument together if needed (clarinet, saxophone, flute) but you will be taught how to blow and hold the instrument as well as the first few notes.
Depending on how that goes, you may be shown how to play your first tune and basic techniques.
Learning to blow a wind instrument can take a while. Your muscles need to be trained.
I usually get my students playing a little before learning to read the music.
Although it is stated above that individual lessons are more productive, to gain an overall musical understanding playing with others is essential.
I often accompany on the piano in lessons, as well as any performances (concerts or exams) or plays duets.
The best way of playing with others is to join a band or ensemble. Finding one of the right level is important. There are many bands in the Bournemouth area, but mine is unique.
No Strings Attached is a woodwind group for adult learners. Please click on the tab at the top for more information, or on the photo of me with my clarinet to go direct to the No Strings Attached website.
I now offer lessons via Skype or similar. Please co not hesitate to get in contact is this suits you better.
OFFER OF THE MONTH
March 2020 - 5 x 30 minute lessons for the price of 4
QUOTE CODE: MAR20
Valid until 31st March 2020
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