Wind Instrument Lessons
Whether you’re keen to learn the magical flute, the diverse clarinet or the soulful saxophone – we can teach you.
The flute is regarded as the oldest instrument, and flute-like instruments have been found dating back tens of thousands of years. Originally made from clay, stone or wood, the modern Western flute is made of gold or silver, and produces a magical, nuanced sound.
The clarinet is a family of woodwinds, the most common being the B flat soprano. This instrument is known for its deep, resonant low pitches, and bright, clear high pitches. In fact, the clarinet has the largest range of any woodwind. With plenty of variety, the clarinet is a popular choice with musicians just starting out.
The invention of the saxophone is attributed to a single individual, Belgian musical instrument designer Adolphe Sax. The saxophone is heard across a range of musical genres, most notably in jazz. From smooth, mellow tones to erratic, soulful explosions, the saxophone is an instrument unlike any other.