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what you need to know about woodwind lessons

The woodwind instrument family makes up a large portion of instruments found in ensembles and orchestras around the world. From flutes, clarinets, oboes and bassoons for classic applications to the sweet jazzy tone from the saxophone, woodwind instruments are a great way to start your journey down your musical path.


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With so much variation, how can one choose one out of the variety of instruments available? Well, it depends on a few personal factors:

  • Hand Size
  • Age and Skill Level
  • Teeth
  • Concentration, Dedication & Amount of Necessary Practice

If you’re a parent looking for a student instrument for your child, like a saxophone or clarinet, this will pertain to you in your search for a beginner instrument. If you’re an expert looking for a new instrument, this will also pertain to you.

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once the first, steepest slope of the learning curve is conquered, it’s often the non-woodwind players who have more success in further developing and refining their sound on the new instrument, learn fingerings with greater accuracy, and even score better on the written tests. I think it’s just too hard for a proficient woodwind player to learn a new instrument from scratch; the temptation to fall back on established habits is too great.

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Woodwind Teacher


Chris has been teaching flute, clarinet, saxophone, basson and music theory for over many years, many of his woodwind students at Vivo College of Music have good achievement at AMEB examinations.

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Chris has been involved in woodwind instruments since primary school, with particular emphasis on flute and clarinet and saxophone, playing woodwind instruments in school, graduates from the Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University, and used to be the member of the Queensland Youth Orchestras, Brisbane Symphony Band.

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Please visit VIVO’s office for enrolment and get the booking details, call 3344 1501 for appointment. 
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woodwind lessons

The woodwind family of instruments comes in all sizes, shapes, colors, and even embouchures! Finding recordings online of famous jazz musicians or even orchestral players can help determine what sound you want to be known for; even better.

No matter what you do, a path in music has a vast array of benefits and can greatly improve your life. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced musician, there is a woodwind for you. So go out there, find yourself a woodwind, and start playing!

The flute is pretty difficult to learn, as are most instruments while the clarinet is a very common beginner woodwind instrument. The hippest of the hip, jazzed up players know that the saxophone is a sexy music machine capable of concocting even the most alluring tune.

The saxophone is very similar to the clarinet in a variety of ways, including the reed embouchure. It is slightly larger on the saxophone, but is required for this type of instrument. It is the heaviest of beginner woodwind instruments, and accommodating this problem with a neck strap is the only way to go if you want to ensure a comfortable time playing this instrument.

The oboe and the bassoon both use a double-reed mouthpiece, and are considered more advanced woodwind instruments


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  • class time: 30 – 60 minutes
  • class level: Beginner – advanced
  • Class size: One to One

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