The recorder is a woodwind musical instrument that has been played since the 14th Century and has ancestors dating worldwide from pre-Columbian times. Today, it is considered a precursory instrument for the flute, clarinet, oboe, or saxophone.

Students who learn to play recorder at an early age find easy transitions to other musical instruments. It is easily a “gateway instrument” while a traditional classical instrument. Solos, duets, and recorder consorts are quickly established. Folk music, traditional recorder, and modern music is easily learned on recorder, while students learn to read music, develop fine motor skills, breath control, musicality, and pitch/tone.

Recorder Lessons -

15 Euro/ 30 Minutes