Private Clarinet and Saxophone Lessons
Private Clarinet and Saxophone Lessons

Private Clarinet and Saxophone Lessons

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Introduction: I teach more than just how to play the right notes at the right time. Students learn important problem-solving skills. After all, practicing is problem-solving, and I work with students on creative ways to do that. It's important to me that they learn about music - to love and appreciate it. The one-on-one. Few kids get the undivided attention, for 30 minutes or more, of anyone but their parents. I enjoy working with adults as well. I have high standards but can tailor lessons to individuals.

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29 years in business

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Ernest R.

Saxophone Lessons

I have been seeing Debra Wilbur now for about 2 years to learn the alto sax. I am an older student, over 50, and have been having the time of my life. What started out as a pipe dream of mine has gone beyond my expectations, all because of my teacher. She has the right mix of not just making it fun, but also effectively teaching at your level, a rare combo. If you are looking for someone to teach you or your child, I can certainly recommend Debra, the only drawback is that you or your child will simply want to keep learning and going further, just as I did... she really is good at what she does..
Apr 11, 2017
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Debra Wilbur


  • What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?

    Price varies according to length of lessons.

  • What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

    Get to know them and design a curriculum specifically addressing that student's needs and desires.

  • What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

    Always reading, discussions with colleagues, conventions. Bachelor of Music Education degree with honors, work toward performance Master's Degree. Extensive performance experience.

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