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Clarinet Saxophone

I look at my clarinet sometimes and I think, I wonder what's going to come out of there tonight? You never know. - Acker Bilk

"Oh! If only we had clarinets. You have no idea of the effect of clarinets!" - Mozart.

Don't play the saxophone. Let it play you. - Charlie Parker



Sofia Obando Aburto is a talented and passionate young Costa Rican musician currently studying a Bachelor of Music Performance at the Conservatorium of Music, the University of Sydney

She has had experience with several teaching methods as an international student. Sofia uses her knowledge and learning experience to her advangtage in her teaching, and is very committed to her students.

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Louise has been a professional performer for 20 years and is an accomplished vocal tutor of some 18 years; she has a wealth of knowledge and experience to pass onto her pupils from beginner vocal students right through to budding professionals.

Louise holds a strong belief and has experienced through her years of teaching that singing lessons can change lives.

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Ted Kusano commenced tutoring Flute and Saxophone students at The Lane Cove Music and Cultural Centre in 2017 , he is also a Professional Instrument Repairer running his own business in Artarmon NSW

Ted greatly enjoys interaction with and giving back to his local community. Ted teaches music because he loves it. Nothing makes Ted happier than seeing children actively learning and enjoying their musical experiences. He is very passionate about making sure that they have good instruments. He likes to say "You cannot go anywhere with flat tyres on a car" and an instrument is the same. Ted encourages his students to understand that regular practice and participation are very important to their individual progress.

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Josh grew up in a large musical family in the North Shore of Sydney. He began playing clarinet at the age of 10, frequently attending the NSW Clarinet Society events and workshops as a child. He then studied classical clarinet at Sydney Conservatorium of Music. He has an interest in many musical genres. Since graduation he has explored an interest in the EWI (Electronic Wind Instruments) and improvisation. Read More...