Alastair is an experienced teacher of saxophone, clarinet and piano and has taught students of all ages and abilities, from 6 to 86 and from beginners to aspiring professionals.
As well as giving private tuition from his home in Baldock (Hertfordshire), Alastair currently teaches at the Royal Grammar School (High Wycombe), Hillingdon Music Service and Thorpe House School (Gerrards Cross). Alastair's previous experience includes teaching saxophone for the University of Liverpool, and woodwind and piano at Staves Music Tuition, A&L Music, Harefield Academy, Crown House Music Academy and Queen Edith Community Primary School.
To enquire about starting lessons contact Alastair on firstname.lastname@example.org or 07732 517433. (For a full teaching C.V. click here.)
"Not every brilliant professional soloist can be an inspiring teacher. Alastair is modestly and thoroughly both! In my 2 years as an aged saxophone newbie pupil, he has introduced me to a wide classical repertoire (and jazz) to play, to strive for, to appreciate and enjoy! The progress I've made is hugely satisfying (despite the age barrier)! And he's no stranger to the keyboard either, so accompanied "performances" were a highlight of lessons. Alastair's website teaching resources are the icing on the cake." - Teresa Scholtz (Adult saxophone student)
Alastair maintains a website of teaching resources for students which can be accessed at http://www.saxresources.co.uk. The website mostly contains reference recordings and play-along accompaniments for popular pieces.
Alastair's resources have been featured on the Clarinet and Saxophone Society of Great Britain's Website as well as the Universal Editions Website and have received over 850,000 views on YouTube.