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Milhaud: Brazileira
Sarah Anne Wolkowski

Come Join Me in my Oakville Studio



 

It is often said that in order to be universal, you must be specific. Learning to play an instrument is a unique skill that can lead to a greater understanding of our world, our humanity.

It requires kinesthetic, aural and visual skills, as well as a little heart. It's whole brain learning that's good for the soul.

Alessandra Crerar, David Evans

Music lessons develop:

• artistic sensibility

• cultural understanding

• the ability to communicate succinctly and with clarity

• listening skills

• critical thinking and analysis

• patience, discipline, persistence

Move from being a consumer to a producer, and develop a universally respected skill.

Listening to music is fun - but making your own is infinitely more enjoyable. Learning to play the saxophone is active music making at its best.

And it's all about you: your personality, your skills, your potential. Using the most up-to-date pedagogical ideas, we explore the world of music - what it can teach us, and how it values the whole person.

Let's begin!




Call 905.630.4723 or email: sarah@saxophonebythelake.com

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