Live, Online Saxophone Lessons Near Shinjuku
1-on-1 Saxophone Lessons in Shinjuku, Japan with Professional Saxophone Teachers.
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Featured Saxophone Instructors Near Shinjuku, Japan
Chris Forbes – Saxophone
Gabe Bertolini- Saxophone
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As the leading provider of saxophone lessons, we’re proud to have provided thousands of high quality lessons for students in Shinjuku and around the world.
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Both my daughters love piano after the first free lesson and want to practice all the time. My 5 year old had a blast and was engaged every minute. My 9 year old also loved it. Ms G. was wonderful at keeping them both engaged virtually and also ensuring they had fun at their own pace. We look forward to many more piano lessons.
I am so happy with my voice instructor, Julia! She is helping me to reach out of my comfort zone to fulfill a lifelong dream. Her style of teaching is so fun you forget you are learning. I can’t thank her and Kerry (Director of Client Engagement) enough for their patience and professionalism.
Fantastic experience with these folks. Very organized and extremely fairly priced. These instructors are all very well educated. Jonathan was wonderful. He was patient and very knowledgeable. I will absolutely be continuing with these guitar lessons.
The average price for a half-hour saxophone lesson is $35, while we offer lessons at only $30 per a half hour lesson.
Live online saxophone lessons typically charge between $20-40 for a half hour lesson. Local in-person lessons range from $35-45 for a half hour lesson, while group lessons cost $18 per student for a half hour lesson.
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Our professional saxophone instructors have advanced degrees in saxophone and at least a few years of teaching saxophone.
Top instructors like ours also have taught extensive saxophone repertoire with years of touring and performing with popular international artists.
Our saxophone lesson plans are structured, measurable and trackable.
Our saxophone instructors will provide excellent instruction customized for each student.
We also value our student feedback, which will be shared with the instructors for quality lesson experience.
Students will need the following equipments for an outstanding learning experience.
- Microphone, Webcam
- Lesson books
Our client service team will help you with finding the right equipment for successful online saxophone lessons.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What's the difference between online and in-person saxophone lessons?
Our online 1-on-1 saxophone lessons are similar to in-person lessons, except more affordable and more convenient. In-person saxophone lessons require you to visit the teacher’s studio whereas online lessons can be simply set up with few digital equipments in the comfort of your home.
Online saxophone lessons are highly recommended for students who want to continue learning saxophone within flexible scheduling that won’t affect their daily work activities.
The average price for a half hour saxophone lesson is $35, although Lesson With You charges only $30. Live online lessons using Zoom, Skype or Google Meet charge between $20-40 for a half hour lesson. Local one-on-one saxophone lessons range from $35-45 for a half hour lesson, while in-person group lessons can cost $18 for a half hour lesson.
Saxophone lesson pricing can vary widely depending on the teacher’s education, performing level and expertise, the location, years of teaching saxophone and lesson length. In-person private lessons typically charge more than online lessons, and the cost of individual or group saxophone lessons start as low as $18 per hour.
How old should children be before starting saxophone lessons?
We accept students age 5 and up, although students under 13 should have a parent in the room with them for successful saxophone lessons. For children who are young to read music right away, we encourage our teachers to provide a fun, easy musical instruction. This includes rhythm games, ear training, and even improvisation in order to develop your child’s musical abilities.
There are many types of saxophone and reeds available even for small children. Our support line is available to help you figure out what instrument type, kits and lesson equipment are best for your child.
How do online saxophone lessons work for beginners?
First, it’s important to let your saxophone instructor know your personal goals and interests. What style are you looking for? Is it Classical or Pop? Do you like the songs by Taylor Swift or Bruno Mars? Are you playing in the school or church band?
Then, our instructor will make recommendations from getting the right saxophone, equipment and lesson book (if applicable). After scheduling a regular lesson, try practicing saxophone on a regular basis. There’s no rush – what matters for beginners is finding the right practice routine and commit to it.
What do you learn in typical saxophone lessons?
In saxophone lessons, students will learn detailed instructions on the technical and artistic aspects of music. Students will also learn fingering, breathing exercises and sound control along with basic music theory and musical background of the repertoire.
During the lesson, saxophone instructors will give live feedback on how to improve the techniques and help the student understand the musical side of the music. At the end of each lesson, instructors will specifically assign the students specific part of the music to work on. Students are expected to improve the overall playing and fix the problematic areas before the next lesson.
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