Introduction to Saxophone


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The Introduction to Saxophone course is the very start of your musical journey. We teach you all you need to know to have solid fundamentals and a great overview of the saxophone. From how to play a note and position your mouth to rhythm, you will learn valuable information that will assure good fundamentals for future musical development.

If you have never played the saxophone before and are curious to give it a try or just love the sound of it and want to become a master, this is the course for you!

By the end of the course you will have a clear understanding and ability on how to produce a great tone, how to read music (notes and rhythm), how to play along a pop/jazz tune and play a jazz tune as a soloist with piano accompaniment or backing track.



Note: Saxophone is not provided

Group G: – Oct 21- Nov 18 – Saturdays 12:00 -13:00 | Oxford Circus

Group K: Oct 16- Nov 13 – Mondays 19:00 – 20:00 | Oxford Circus

5 weeks

Max number of students:

85 Hampstead Road
Tube station: Warren St


Nelson House Studio
78 New Cavendish Street
Tube station: Oxford Circus



  • Saxophone assembling
  • Reed positions
  • Sound production
  • Posture/breathing
  • Basic notes: C, B, A, G, F, E
  • Note values and rests: whole note, half note, quarter note, eight note
  • Basics of reading musical notation
  • Technical exercises
  • Playing along to tracks
  • Developing a sense of pulse (tempo)
  • Group playing
  • Tunes


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