California Music Studios

Woodwind Lessons

 

Learn to Play the Flute, Clarinet, Saxophone, and Other Woodwinds

California Music Studios refers you to independently established instructors who provide professional woodwind lessons throughout the Southern California area. Your instructor will boost your confidence and make you excited to learn to play the fluteclarinet, saxophoneoboe, bassoon, or piccolo.

Our teachers you are referred to use refined techniques to make learning easier, and hold woodwind lessons in Los Angeles, Orange County, San Diego, and most of Southern California. They go through a stringent evaluation process and background check, and they build a personal connection with their students for a custom lesson plan that makes lessons fun.

 

    • What Woodwind Lessons Do We Offer?

    • Flute

      Unlike other woodwinds, flutes don’t require reeds, putting them in a category all their own. If you love making sounds by blowing into bottles, you’re already halfway there.

      Get more information on flute lessons.

    • Saxophone

      Alto, baritone, or soprano, saxophones are a symbol of smooth, rich sound.

      Get more information on saxophone lessons.

    • Oboe

      Possessing a slightly lower pitch than the flute, the oboe is a majestic instrument with a unique sound.

      Get more information on oboe lessons.

    • Clarinet

      Most often associated with classical music, clarinet has played an important role in jazz, most famously portrayed by Woody Allen.

      Get more information on clarinet lessons.

       

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    Links for Inspiration

    • Some fun with a less-traditional flute rendition of the Inspector Gadget theme song.
    • Bach’s Suite in B Minor is an extremely well-known flute piece.
    • Michel Debost is a famous French flutist who currently works as a professor at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music in Ohio. After graduating from Conservatoire National Paris in 1954, Debost has worked as the principal flutist with the Orchestre de Paris and writes a monthly column called Flute Talk.
    • Morning Mood, a fantastic and famous flute solo.
    • Artist, performer, and mentor Sir James Galway is Ireland’s most accomplished flutist. Galway rose to prominence in 1969 when he became the principal flutist of the Berlin Philharmonic. In 1975, he embarked on an ultra-successful solo career in which he produced more than 50 albums. Galway’s contribution to the world of music was even recognized by Queen Elizabeth II, who knighted Galway in 2001.

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