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Young students enjoy Clarinet Lessons in Wandsworth, SW London

Clarinet Lessons

The clarinet means little trumpet. It’s related to the word clarion, a small trumpet used in the Middle Ages.

Ability Beginner Intermediate Advanced

Age 6yrs to 19yrs

Size Individual Group

When
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  • 3.30pm - 7.30pm
  • 3.30pm - 7pm
  • 4pm - 7pm
  • 9am - 1pm

Where WHB Academy, Kimber Road SW18

Cost £135 | £230 per 10 lesson term

Tutors
  • Sahana Gero

Enjoy learning Clarinet

This woodwind instrument has a haunting timbre and distinctive richness that adds its to expressive power. It has long stirred musical emotions – melting the hearts of those who listen – with its incredibly wide range, and immense tonal variety. It’s no surprise that the clarinet has been a major source of inspiration for so many great composers.

The clarinet can be played solo or in an orchestra; in chamber ensembles for folk and classical music; or in concert and jazz bands. The characteristically rich, full and ‘singing’ quality, make the clarinet a star instrument across many musical genres, and our students enjoy exploring its potential.

For those wishing to follow a graded pathway, World Heart Beat Music Academy offers guided and structured tuition in an inspirational environment.

Musicians you should listen to…

  • Benny Goodman
  • Artie Shaw
  • Buddy DeFranco
  • Eddie Daniels
  • Sabine Meyer
  • Woody Herman
  • Julian Bliss
  • Sidney Bechet
  • Richard Stolzman
  • Karl Leister
  • Jack Brymer
  • Eric Dolphy
  • Ivo Papazov
  • Johnny Dodds
  • Bela Kovacs
  • Gervais de Peyer
  • Paquito D'Rivera
  • Martin Frost
  • Han Kim
  • Vasilios Saleas
  • Paul Moura

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