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the London Saxophone School!


COVID-19 Update: (April 1 2020)

In view of the current COVID-19 situation we want to fully support the hard-working staff of our NHS.
We are now closed to visiting students until further notice and all of our lessons have shifted online.
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A huge thanks to all our friends and customers for your loyalty and support!

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The London Saxophone School


The London Saxophone School (LSS) is rapidly growing as ‘the place’ for students of any level to focus on the study of the saxophone. Unique of its kind, LSS welcomes students from age 9 onwards regardless of the initial level, providing top-level instruction to all: from complete beginners, amateurs, professionals, students preparing for exams, college admissions and auditions. All lessons are personalised and the repertoire studied varies from student to student, whether classical or jazz.


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Regardless of your level or previous experience, our mission is to help you acquire solid fundamentals and make you aware of how to improve your playing and develop it further.

Martino Scovacricchi

Founder of LSS

Students are very much at the center of my teaching. After years of experience I have realised one single teaching method just doesn't work. That's because every single student is different.

Martino Scovacricchi is a saxophonist, composer and film composer. Born in Costa Rica in 1983 to parents of Italian and Costa Rican heritage and raised in Italy. Martino is an alumnus of the Berklee College of music where he was granted the North American Scholarship, Martino was also sponsored by DeSono Associazione per la Musica, CRT Master dei Talenti and the Mosco Carener award to study at the Royal Academy of Music in London (PGDip) , where he graduated with a DipRAM. He previously studied at the Conservatorio G. Verdi of Torino (BMus).