Andrew's Saxophone Lessons
I want to help you reach your musical goals, while having fun in the process! I have been fortunate enough to work full time as a professional performer/educator since obtaining a degree in Jazz Performance from Temple University in 2014, and have since completed a Master's Degree in Jazz Studies from The City College of NY. I am very active on the music scene, and as a music educator in the greater NYC area.
I firmly believe that lessons should be catered towards the unique musical goals of the individual. I take pride in finding new ways to teach proper fundamentals and habits in new students, that will ensure long-term success on their instrument and allow them to have fun along the way.
Lessons can be 30, 45, or 60 minutes. Contact me for more info!!
Able to read music
Student has instrument
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Frequently asked questions
What is your typical process for working with a new student?
I make an effort to identify each new student's specific musical goals and interests, and tailor our lessons in that direction while devoloping proper fundementals!
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
I have a Bachelor's degree in Jazz Performance from Temple University, and a Master's Degree in Jazz Studies from The City College of New York. During college, I studied privately with Dick Oatts, Steve Wilson, and Ralph Bowen. I have been teaching private lessons steadily since graduating in 2014.
Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.
I provide in-home lessons, lessons from my home in Brooklyn, and Online lessons. Discounts are available off of all rates if lessons are purchased 4 at a time.
60 Minute: $65 or $240 for 4 lessons
45 Minute: $50 or $185 for 4 lessons
30 Minute: $35 or $130 for 4 lessons
60 Minute: $55 or $195 for 4 lessons
45 Minute: $45 or $160 for 4 lessons
30 Minute: $30 or $110 for 4 lessons
What types of students have you worked with?
I have taught a beginner students as young as 7, intermediate Middle School and High School students who are beginning to learn jazz and music theory, as well as adult students of varying ability levels.