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Private Saxophone
Lessons in NYC

Learn from the best Saxophone teachers
in New York City

When taking saxophone classes in New York City with us, you will find that our teachers don’t attempt to merely teach you positions, or help you memorize. Our aim is to support you in your search for the right rhythm. Private lessons from trusted saxophone teachers are the best way to encourage someone’s yearning to learn the instrument. It allows the teacher and the student to connect emotionally and that is what we aim to do through our classes.

Our Saxophone Teachers

friendly teachers dedicated to helping you learn

You don’t have to go far for top-rated saxophone lessons from the most accomplished instructors. In fact, don’t even leave your home! We offer friendly, one-on-one instruction anywhere in New York City. Whether you prefer in-home or online lessons, we’ll be there from the first note.

Jim P.

Jim P.

Clarinet / Flute / Saxophone
Igor L.

Igor L.

Clarinet / Flute / Saxophone
Katy F.

Katy F.

Clarinet / Flute / Saxophone / Piano

Personalized Home Lessons

Skip the traffic and relax by having your sax instructor teach you in the comfort of your own home.

Experienced, Friendly Instructors

Our teachers have received raving 5-star reviews on many different platforms, including Google, Facebook & Yelp.

Online Lessons to Fit Any Schedule

Offered via Skype or Facetime, our online lessons are an easy way to fit quality sax lessons into any calendar. By far the most convenient way to learn!

Outstanding Customer Service Guaranteed

We’re so confident that you or your child will learn how to play the saxophone, we offer a full refund if you’re not fully satisfied.

our reviews

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"Music To Your Home is as good as it gets in terms of music lessons. Some of the most qualified teachers I've ever seen. They have an incredibly impressive lineup of teachers that teach pretty much every instrument you could possibly want to learn. Always prompt, incredibly professional, and, best of all, they come to us. Couldn't be happier with our experience."
Becky R. - New York, NY


What Happens When
You Contact Us?

Your Questions are Answered Immediately

A quick, informal chat to help us pair you with the perfect teacher is all it takes. The most common question is, “How much does it cost?” To answer that, we need a little more information to provide a personalized quote that works for you.

We Get You
Ready to Play

Taking saxophone lessons from us means that you can reach out to your teacher and communicate throughout the day, even when you don’t have classes. All of this creates a strong connection with the teacher and the student – one of the bases of successful learning.

Let the Learning
Begin

Your new teacher will knock on your door and open up a whole new world of music. If you don’t click, don’t worry—we guarantee satisfaction and we’ll be happy to find you a new teacher out of the many employed in our school

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Ready to Learn Saxophone from a Pro?

The benefits of learning the sax are endless. Don’t put it off any longer! Click below to book your first lesson with our music school, all covered by our 100% satisfaction guarantee.



Looking to Learn a Different
Musical Instrument?

As New York City’s leading provider of private music lessons, we’re happy to offer one-on-one instruction for a variety of instruments. Click one of the links below to explore our other services.

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