Collection: Band Instruments Lessons
(Flute, Saxophone, Clarinet, Recorder)
It's no secret that the beautiful sound of woodwind instruments have made all of them extremely popular choices for students interested in joining their school band. The woodwind team at Ava Music & Art Centre Ltd. is dedicated to helping not only these students reach their full potential as performers, but also to instructing seasoned professionals in need of a second opinion and everyone in between!
The flute is a popular choice because of its delicate appearance and tone. Under the instruction of a qualified teacher at Ava Music & Art Centre Ltd., students will learn about sound production, note-reading, rhythm, music theory, flute assembly and tuning. It is common for recorder students to register for the flute as well. We encourage our flute students to register for Royal Conservatory of Music examinations. Merve is one of the best flute teacher in lower mainland. She has a great personality and make your lessons memorable.
The recorder is an especially fun instrument to learn. Under the instruction of a qualified teacher at Ava Music & Art Centre Ltd., students will learn about sound production, note-reading, rhythm and music theory. The recorder is introduced to students in their Orff & Kodaly lessons, but it can also be taught privately or in a semi-private or group setting. It is common for recorder students to register for flute lessons as well. Come and see friendly face of Merve and enjoy your first 15minutes consultation for free.
The saxophone is well-known for its versatility as an instrument, and for its ability to deliver powerful solos to its audience. Under the instruction of a qualified teacher at Ava Music & Art Centre Ltd., students will learn about sound production, note-reading, rhythm, music theory, jazz history, saxophone assembly and tuning. Advanced saxophone lessons will place a stronger emphasis on improvisation. Book a time to meet with Joel today.
Wiki quoted: "The clarinet is a family of woodwind instruments. It has a single-reed mouthpiece, a straight, cylindrical tube with an almost cylindrical bore, and a flared bell. A person who plays a clarinet is called a clarinetist (sometimes spelled clarinettist)" Joel is a professional woodwind teacher teaching both at Ava music and in several high school around the lower mainland. Book a time to meet with him and improve your skill with one of the best teacher in town.
Royal Conservatory of Music:
Ava Music & Art Centre Ltd. is pleased to offer the Royal Conservatory of Music (RCM) Certificate Program for the flute, the saxophone and the recorder. We cover all levels of practical and theory examinations.
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