Do you still have your band instrument from college or high school? Take it out of the case and start playing again! It's never too late! Remember all those great times you had in college or high school band? The Canton American Legion Community Band welcomes new members - NO auditions. Join the fun. We are doing great things! If you are in Massachusetts or Rhode Island, check out our website www.cantonband.org
Private lessons greatly benefit students of all ages, especially at the very beginning of learning a musical instrument. Learning to play the clarinet involves many different aspects. In addition to note reading, there is embouchure, breathing, hand position, and posture, along with putting the instrument together properly and dealing with the reed. There are many subtle aspects to these fundamentals skills which are so very important for the student to be able to progress on
Time to get that clarinet out of the case and start practicing!!
Summer is just about over, and September 1st begins the new academic year. I am teaching private clarinet lessons at my studio in Sharon, MA and at Concord Conservatory in West Concord, MA. Several students will be performing with the Youth Wind Ensembles at New England Conservatory in Boston, and will be preparing for upcoming District Band auditions and recitals throughout the school year. I will also be tea
It's that time of year again - the start of school is just a few weeks away! Is your clarinet ready for September? If you have been playing during the school break, That's Great! Keep going! If you haven't played that much this summer, now is the time to dust off your clarinet case and start tooting. Here's a list of things to check before school starts: REEDS! - Do you have any NEW reeds? If you have less that 5 NEW reeds, now is the time to order a new box. Don't know where