How To Play The Sax

How To Play The Sax

Have Fun.  Play Saxophone.  Be Awesome.  Repeat.

Even if you have never played before, I can help you learn how to play the sax. Here at How To Play The Sax we cater for all beginner saxophone players. *Beginner Saxophone Lessons are best for people who are aged between 10 and 110. Beginner Saxophone Lessons are best for people who may or may not want to be rock stars when they grow up.

Main Saxophones - Tenor, Alto and Soprano (plus a bonus Bari Sax).

Potential Saxophone days.

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Tailor Made Lessons Just For You.

I want you to enjoy your music.  What style of music do you like ?  Let’s play it together !

Funk, jazz, rock, classical, blues, dance, country – hey, let’s learn some Christmas Carols with a reggae or polka feel if you would prefer.

Learning to “play by ear” is just as important as “reading the notes”.

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Local Mt Waverley Saxophone Lessons

Close to Mt Waverley High School, Ashwood High School, Essex Heights Primary School, Parkhill Primary School and many other schools in the Mt Waverley area – you don’t have to travel very far for your Saxophone Lessons.

Beginners Welcome

Let your musical journey begin – starting with a saxophone !  Never played an instrument before ?  No problem.  We will make it a priority to have fun with your or your child’s saxophone lessons using aural training (playing by ear), suitable backing tracks and your choice of musical styles.  Let’s play the kind of music YOU want to play !

Flexible and Affordable Saxophone Lessons

Once a week ?  Once a fortnight ?  Once a month ?  30 minutes, 45 minutes, 60 minutes ?  It’s up to you.  Let’s work together to fit into your busy timetable. .

Music lessons – and in particular, saxophone lessons – should be fun !

Modelled On The Great Saxophonists.

Including Maceo Parker, Candy Dulfer, Cannonball Adderley and Zoot from the Muppets among others – my philosophy is to teach saxophone students how to be musicians, which is different than just being able to play an instrument such as the saxophone.  Anyone can learn how to play the saxophone.  However, learning how to listen to and feel the music, as well as play, will open up a joy that will last you for your entire life.

Flexible Lesson Times and Lengths To Fit Your Schedule.

30 minute, 45 minute, 60+ minute saxophone lessons – what ever is the best fit for you.  No on-going commitment, flexibility, I can help you learn how to play the sax at a time that suits you.

Tailor Made Lessons Just For You.

I want you to enjoy your music. What style of music do you like ? Let’s play it together ! Funk, jazz, rock, classical, blues, dance, country – hey, let’s learn some Christmas Carols with a reggae or polka feel if you would prefer. Learning to “play by ear” is just as important as “reading the notes”.

Call Matthew on

ph 0400 527 684

For your first FREE 20 minute saxophone lesson in Mount Waverley.

Have fun.  Play Sax.  Be Awesome.  Repeat.

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From My Students
Anyone can learn How To Play The Sax.
“Matthew helps me and makes playing my saxophone fun.  We are playing music together and I’m learning how to play MY music by ear and put my own style into it. ” Daniel

11 - Grade 5 Student

“I get to play the songs that I want to play.” Josh

10 - Grade 4 Student

“I am learning how to play my saxophone with confidence.  There is no such thing as a wrong note !” Shakira

16 - Year 10 Student

“I played saxophone back in high school and now have picked it up again after a 45 year break.  Matthew breaks down the songs into simple sections and makes it easy to learn.  I’m having a great time playing again !” Barry

59 - Old Enough To Know Better

Let’s Learn how to play the sax together.

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