The saxophone’s elegant design has its unique place in the woodwind family, offering a warm, versatile tone that enriches any musical composition. Adolphe Sax, the inventor of the sax, inspired musicians around the world to chose for this instrument.

The saxophone, affectionately known as the sax, is a wind instrument boasting a conical body with a typically S-shaped curve, adorned with intricate keys. Unlike brass instruments, the saxophone is classified among woodwinds due to its reed-based sound production. Saxophones feature a conical bore, widening from the mouthpiece to the bell, which allows for a rich, resonant sound. The vibration of the reed upon playing breathes life into the instrument’s voice, carrying the sound through its distinct sections. The saxophone’s three primary components are the mouthpiece, the neck, and the bell. As a transposing instrument, it owes its creation to the ingenious Belgian musical instrument maker, Adolphe Sax.

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Trial lessons

The first lesson is always a trial lesson. If the pupil doesn’t continue with the lessons, this is free of charge. If the pupil continues the lessons, the trial lesson is the first lesson on the invoice.
You can also decide to follow 4 trial lessons. These lessons will be invoiced plus €25 administration costs. If the student continues for the entire season after the 4 trial lessons, the costs of the trial lessons will be included in the (first) invoice for the tuition fee. For more information, please see our rates and general rules and conditions.

Lesson details

Age: from 7 years (younger in consultation)

Lesson duration: 20, 25 or 30 minutes, once every 2 weeks, in consultation with the teacher

Lesson day(s): Wednesday, Thursday, Friday or Saturday

To buy: To be discussed


Serge Makarchev

Serge Makarchev

Wednesday, Thursday, Friday or Saturday