Mount Evelyn VIC Saxophone Music Teacher
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Mastering Music provides Saxophone, Clarinet, Flute & Trumpet lessons in Mount Evelyn in Melbourne's outer east, providing high quality, lively and enjoyable music lessons by a fully qualified teacher.
Saxophone, Clarinet, Flute & Trumpet tuition
"I want my students to develop a love of music through high quality, lively and enjoyable music lessons"
Geoff Dawson teaches saxophone, clarinet, flute & trumpet at his studio in Mount Evelyn, in Melbourne's Outer East. Geoff is a fully qualified and accredited teacher who takes a genuine interest in the progress of every student. Whether you are a beginner who wants to play for fun, or an experienced player who wants advanced music tuition on their instrument, my music lessons are fun and enjoyable and provide a well-rounded music education. All music lessons are conducted in a friendly and supportive environment. Students undertaking music tuition range in age from eight years and above, with adults and retirees making up to 50% of Mastering Music's clientele - reflecting Geoff's belief that you're never too old to start learning a musical instrument! I have a Bachelor of Arts in Music from La Trobe University and a Graduate Diploma of Education from Monash University. I am registered with the Victorian Institute of Teaching, am a fully accredited member of the Victorian Music Teachers' Association and a member of the Association of Music Educators (Vic).
Below are videos of two of my students being accompanied by myself at the Kilsyth Memorial Hall: