Larry Johns


    Learning to play an instrument should, overall, be an enjoyable experience. There is, of course, a direct correlation between the amount of time you put into it and the progress you perceive personally.

    If you are directed correctly you will experience real progress each and every lesson, this gives you the resolve to move to the next level. That "resolve" is the key to everything!

    There is a much-overused maxim out there: "No pain - no gain"... In my view, the word "Pain..." should be replaced by "Time..." If you don't do it, you'll experience no progress, and you'll quickly lose interest.

    It is the "interest" that started you on the road to musicianship in the first place, and that same interest should carry you through to completion - at whichever level you wish to be at. With the right attitude there should be no pain involved, either mental or physical.

Tuition on:

  • Saxophone - Jazz, Classical and Popular (Alto, Tenor, Soprano, Baritone)
  • Flute - Jazz, Classical and Ethnic
  • Clarinet - Jazz, Classical and Ethnic
  • Improvisation
  • Music Theory
  • Learn at your own pace