I have been teaching saxophone and improvisation since the late eighties.

Like a child with a pencil can make a drawing, it is my opinion that few notes are enough to start making music.
Each student has his/her own pace and a path that is easier than the other. Developing  a more complete technical control and musicality is the goal. Musical taste grows with technical ability.

In my experience, adults generally struggle at the beginning, but tend to have a better sense of discipline.
Children are much faster in developing a good sound and control of the instrument.

A good musicality is more important than the ability of passing “grades”.
I particularly enjoy teaching to students with a developing musical taste.

I teach in London, in the Shoreditch/ Bethnal Green area. I can visit, in some cases.
Lessons can sometimes be arranged in Hampton Court

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