Ready to take some lessons?This is your day to express your musical self
I like to get payment for the entire month at the beginning of the month. I usually bill through PayPal, but cash or checks are cool! I can set you up on a reoccurring bill pay as well. I also ask you to give me 24 hours notice on canceling a lesson. If its under 24 hours, I still will charge for the missed lesson, but I also know “life” gets in the way, so we can work things out!
Here are a couple of facts; 2% of all people are prodigies like Yo-Yo Ma and John Coltrane, 2% cannot carry a tune in a bucket. That leaves you and me in that 96% middle. In the middle with rock stars and symphony players all over the world.
Look at my drop down menu under Resources. You will find a wide variety of exercises, videos, scales, and links to other valuable resources on the web. Some content is free, other scales and exercises are available at a low cost.
I have a love for music and teaching that is infectious and inspiring. You will learn to play with me as your mentor. I even teach online via SKYPE, a free video “phone” service. So if you are here in Colorado or across the world, I can help you learn the saxophone. Adult or child, I can design a curriculum for your goals.
Give me a call at 720-341-5483 or email me through the Contact page. Let’s talk!
I also give you plenty of extra videos to view and access to all of the exercises I have created when you take lessons with me.
My rates are:
- $25 a half hour
- $30 for 45 minutes
- $35 for an hour
I can even help find you an instrument, new or used. I am a featured educator with RS Berkeley Instruments and can help with a well-priced, well-made new horn, or consult on a used instrument. I am committed to your success. What are you waiting for? Let’s make some noise!
Ready to get started?
Click an appropriate “sign up” button below to get started. For week increments less than four weeks, email me and I’ll send you a custom invoice. To set up recurring automatic payments, visit the AutoPay page. Just want to try out one lesson for now? Visit the introductory lessons page.