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Saxophone is closely related to clarinet in the evolution of musical instruments, but its slightly deeper and maybe coarser tone creates opportunities for jazz performances as well.
Chelemen Paula, besides teaching saxophone (and clarinet too) at ImPulzus, is a truly creative person: awesome illustrations, commitment for sustainable development – and an outstanding creative caricature technique are all part of her everyday life.
Surely everyone has had an encounter with the golden bell, or, for example with songs of Louis Armstrong where it had a critical role.
Well – the tone of this instrument much resembles the clarinet because of their similar type of reed mouthpiece, however, if you would like to play it, that will definitely not count as an everyday experience.
Furthermore, in our experience, whoever can play such an instrument will become quite popular in social gatherings :)
I have been teaching with experience-based, analogy-driven methods for years now, both in person and digitally, and I constantly develop myself based on the feedback of my students. During class we practice all musical methods with playful excercises, which my students can use while practicing at home. The goals during self-improvement is never quantity but quality; because of this, there are usually not much homework but more lessons in class, since there I, as teacher, can better control that the appropriate ways get in practice. I also like to spice up the instrumental classes with improvisation games, so that the students can find joy in using their current musical knowledge.
What will happen if you apply?
After filling out the application form, we will give you feedback on the appointment.
The next few days, you have nothing to do – enough to be spiritually prepared for the first time.
You can pay in one or two portions,
at the end of the first lesson, we will provide information about the transfer,
if you feel like finishing the course.
Apply now or write your questions to Edit at email@example.com!