Andy Scott is busy preparing for his new Saxophone Weekend in Cheshire this month, and with a few places remaining, saxophone enthusiasts are advised to book now to avoid disappointment!
The first Sandbach Saxophone Weekend will take place on Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 July at Sandbach School. This exciting new course is aimed at both adult saxophonists and young people of Grade 3 level and above, and will feature a stimulating and enjoyable programme of workshop sessions in a friendly, supportive environment.
There will be different levels of groups to enable intermediate and advanced players to improve their skills and be pushed to the best of their ability. Activities will include Andy’s popular SaxAssault workshop, his Access All Areas introduction to improvisation for non-jazz musicians and an insight into his works for ABRSM and Trinity Guildhall saxophone exams, as well as a range of small and large saxophone ensemble sessions.
With over 20 years in music education, Andy Scott has earned a reputation as a gifted teacher. As versatile an educator as he is a performer and composer, Andy’s wide ranging music interests and experience enable him to teach across classical, jazz and contemporary styles.
The Sandbach Saxophone Weekend is run in collaboration with the Love Music Trust and sponsored by Selmer Paris, Vandoren and Astute Music.
Click to view details of the Sandbach Saxophone Weekend on the Love Music Trust website
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Click to visit the website for Selmer Paris, Vandoren and Astute Music
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