If you love jazz or the soulful sound of rhythm and blues, start saxophone lessons in Singapore. Stradivari Strings has qualified saxophone teachers in Singapore to conduct the following:
Most beginner students start with alto saxophone lessons, as it is easier to manage. The soprano saxophone is shorter in length thus accurate tuning is more difficult for beginners starting saxophone lessons in Singapore. The tenor saxophone is larger size and has lower pitch, so it requires more are to be blown through the mouthpiece to produce sound. Thus it is more suited to students taking intermediate or advance level saxophone lessons in Singapore. The baritone saxophone is large, thus more suited to advanced students.
Once you have decided to start saxophone lessons in Singapore and identified a great saxophone teacher, you will need to source for your own saxophone. Do come to Stradivari Strings to select your saxophone.
The caliber of our saxophone teachers in Singapore range from ABRSM Diploma qualified saxophone teachers, to degree qualified saxophone teachers from well-known music conservatories around the world. Each saxophone teacher is carefully vetted and qualified. The process includes interview and audition, as well as getting feedback from students. Very experienced saxophone teachers in Singapore are versatile and can coach in any genre, be it jazz, pop, rock, blues.
Aside from qualifications, the other important factor to look out for when selecting saxophone teachers in Singapore to start saxophone lessons is the teacher’s experience. How many years of teaching experience, how many students, age group of students. If you intend to get qualifications via the ABRSM exams, best if the coach has experience in this area as well.
Saxophone lessons in Singapore can be arranged at Sultan Plaza, your place or at saxophone teacher’s location.Book Lessons
Ian achieved Distinction in ABRSM Diploma (Saxophone). He also has Grade 9 Trinity certification in Classical guitar. He has performed in numerous locations including the Esplanade, Victoria Concert Hall, Jubilee Hall. With the SAF Central band, Ian performed in state concerts and ceremonial processions for state dignitaries. His most recent engagement is as Music Director and conductor of Singapore Management University Symphonia, leading the band to clinch Gold in Australian International Music Festival in 2010. Ian’s teaching experience includes one to one coaching as well as ensemble coaching at Raffles Institution and Raffles Junior College.
Ian is able to coach Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Classical Guitar and Acoustic Guitar
Joseph achieved Bachelor of Music (BMus) Honours degree from Royal College of Music (NAFA) in 2015.
He has vast coaching experience from 2009, coaching private students as well as in the following schools: Manjusri Secondary School, Broadrick Secondary School, Jurong Secondary School, Bukit View Secondary School, Bedok Town Secondary School, Ping Yi Secondary School, St Margaret Secondary School.
Joseph has also performance experience with NAFA saxophone quartet (2014-2015), NUS orchestra (2015), Philharmonic Orchestra (2014), Collective Wind Ensemble, Orchestra of Music Makers (2014), and Windstar Ensemble.
Benjamin achieved distinction in ABRSM grade 8 flute, in 2013. He also is proficient in the Saxophone, achieving distinction in ABRSM grade 5 (2007). He has 5 years of teaching experience.
Benjamin also had the opportunity to perform in Taipei, Taiwan (2016 with Nanyang Polytechnic), Tokyo, Japan (2010 with Victoria Junior College), Kerkrade, Netherlands (2009 with Nanyang Polytechnic).