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Woodwind Teacher at Vivo Music College


Need encouragement? Chris will motivate you!

chris’s woodwind music plan

Chris is a passionate woodwind teacher and instrumentalist who graduated form the Queensland Conservatorium of Music. After studying flute for most his childhood Chris quickly picked up the saxophone, clarinet and bassoon and shortly became a Bachelor of Music candidate for the latter. During his degree Chris studied under David Mitchell the Associate Principle Bassoonist of the Queensland Symphony Orchestra. Across his study Chris has performed with various ensembles across the south east including the Sunshine Coast Symphony Orchestra, the Sunshine Coast Youth Orchestra as well as the Queensland Conservatorium Symphony Orchestra and Wind Orchestra. Chris has also had further notable development opportunities at workshops with the likes of Jane Rutter, Elizabeth Koch AM and Lyndon Watts of the Münchner Philharmoniker. Chris characterises his teaching style as one that is friendly, supportive and most importantly results driven to help his students achieve their goals in a short period of time.

Chris has been teaching flute, clarinet, bassoon, saxophone and music theory for over six years and has many woodwind students at Vivo College of Music who are love to archive on AMEB examinations.


“I truly believe in hard work, dedication, and self-discipline.”

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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, go to the local coffee shop on open mic night. Talk to the players, get their experiences, and their advice.

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!

Source: https://savetheorchestra.com/index.php/2017/10/17/choosing-woodwind-instrument-guide/