This weekend crash course is designed for kids grade 5+.

Your child will tackle all the fundamentals of saxophone playing with particular attention to embouchure, sound, finger coordination, sight-reading, rhythm, improvisation and injury prevention.


The camp consists of technique labs,  reading labs, saxophone ensemble rehearsals, rhythm labs with a drummer and an informal performance for peers at the end of the course.


The course consists of:

  • Technique labs for sound and embouchure
  • Rhythm lab
  • Sound lab
  • Saxophone ensemble
  • Final performance for peers and family

So, what’s in it for my child?


We are passionate about delivering friendly, effective yet challenging camps and have created custom-made programs aimed to make your child learn and internalise new information in a short period of time.


During the 5 days at the camp your child will:


  • Meet and play with other kids at the same level
  • Improve skills on the saxophone
  • Strengthen sight-reading through group playing
  • Refine rhythmic awareness
  • Boost self-confidence and discipline

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The saxophone is a great instrument to learn from an early age.  A good age to start playing is between 9 and 11. Children who start music lessons at an early age develop skills that increase their self-confidence, develop creative thinking and boost their self discipline.

Most importantly, lessons kids are fun and engaging, letting her/him learn learn through experimentation while developing the correct knowledge of what works and what doesn’t in saxophone and music.

Your child will acquire solid musical foundations that will enable her/him to reach a high musical standard to audition to first class music colleges and universities.

We also prepare students for graded exams. So, if you would like your child to work towards graded examinations whether ABRSM or Trinity’s graded exams,  don’t hesitate to get in touch with us to arrange a consultation lesson.

‘Martino was a great teacher to find for my 12-year-old son. He communicates well with young students and is very encouraging and inspiring. Sami’s 2 years with Martino have served him well and he stands out among his student peers in his new school band.’

– Kristina Fayyad

So, what’s in it for my child?



  • Deepen creative skills
  • Develop memory & numeracy
  • Understand rhythms
  • Work at her/his own pace
  • Learn how to process sound and take it apart in all its components
  • Boost self confidence and self discipline
  • Perform in student concerts
  • Play with other fellow musicians, hence learn how to listen and work as a team


  • Develop solid saxophone technique
  • Gain deep musical & saxophone knowledge
  • Work towards grades or music college audition
  • Get personalised coaching on sound
  • Develop a personal plan tailored to your child’s interests, tastes and goals

We could not have expressed what the role of music is better than Benjamin Zander, musical director of the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra and the Boston Philharmonic Youth Orchestra.