Toronto Saxophone, Clarinet Instructor Peter

Saxophone tutor Peter from Toronto, ON
Name Peter C.
City Toronto, ON
Additional Locations North York, Vaughan
Teaching Saxophone, Clarinet
Working With Youth, Adults, Groups
Levels Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Hourly Rate $45

SAX FOR BEGINNERS General introduction to the instrument: 1 Demonstration of various parts of the instrument, naming them and explanation of use. 2 Explanation of the credit for saxophone woodwind despite its metal construction. 3 Learn to prepare the instrument to play - from unpacking from the case to the full readiness of sound production. 4 Explanation of principles of reeds and science attaching it to the mouthpiece for the help of the razor. Science extracting audio 1.First on the mouthpiece (the appropriate arrangement of the mouth, the basic science of articulation) 2 Long tones on the mouthpiece in conjunction with the neck saxophone 3 Exercise has long notes throughout the instrument (the empty sound, or C #) game Basics 1 Long tones, scales and arpeggios at different rates from the slowest to the fastest (if possible, a student) 2 Learning to read music - from the simplest examples of simple melodies - going through various degrees of difficulty of the program, in accordance with the capabilities of the student. 3, Basic principles of music (intervals, chords, note values) Textbooks 1 Nilo W. Hovey - Practical Studies for Saxophone 2 Paul DeVille - Universal Method for Saxophone SAX FOR ADVANCED 1 Work on the adequate articulation 2 Science phrasing 3 Develop technical skills through appropriate training and exercises 4 Reading notes - work on reading on demand 5 Science improvisation 6 Learn basic repair facility. BOOKS 1.Nilo W. Hovey - Practical Studies for Saxophone - more missing parts manual 2.Jerry Bergonzi - "Inside Improvisation Series - Melodic Structures" vol.1 and more 3.Joe Charupakorn - "Jazz Improv Basics - All Purpose Reference Guide" CLARINET FOR BEGINNERS This program is based on our own extensive experience and educational stage, with the support of the relevant handbooks. PROGRAM: General introduction to the instrument: 1 Demonstration of various parts of the instrument, naming them and explanation of use. 2 Explanation of the credit clarinet woodwind instruments. 3 Learn to prepare the instrument to play - from unpacking from the case to the full readiness of sound production. 4 Explanation of principles of reeds and science attaching it to the mouthpiece for the help of the razor. Science extracting audio 1 First on the mouthpiece (the appropriate arrangement of the mouth, the basic science of articulation) 2 Long tones on the mouthpiece in conjunction with the barrel, then the first body of the clarinet. 3 Exercise has long notes throughout the instrument (the empty sound, or G) game Basics 1 Long tones, scales and arpeggios at different rates from the slowest to the fastest (if possible, a student) 2 Learning to read music - from the simplest examples of simple melodies - going through various degrees of difficulty of the program, in accordance with the capabilities of the student. 3 Basic principles of music (intervals, chords, note values) Manuals: 1 N. W. Hovey - "Elementary Method - Clarinet"

Music Background & Credentials
Masters in composition courses completed at York University. Thesis in progress.
Professional Experience
Teaching since 1989 - private saxophone lessons. 2000 - 2009, International jazz workshops - saxophone classes, jazz improvisation and combos. 2013-2015, private music schools in Toronto area. 2015 - 2017, Graduate Assistant at York University, saxophone instructor with YorkU big-band. Also recording artist (14 albums) and performing musician .
Teaching & Other Details
Practical approach with emphasis on hands-on experience.
Availability
Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays before noon.
Preferred Teaching Place
Toronto GTA.
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