I currently teach saxophone at Birimgham Conservatoire, City of London School as well as privately. I enjoy teaching all standards and ages of saxophone players and focus on helping people progress and really enjoy all the rewards of playing music. The saxophone is a brilliant instrument for anyone to learn - being relatively easy to pick up the basic skills to play it and being totally at home in all styles of music. Please get in touch via email or phone if you have any questions or would like to arrange a trial lesson. I can teach from home (Dulwich Road) or travel to you.
Short biography -
Naomi Sullivan studied at Chetham’s School of Music, the Royal College of Music and Northwestern University. She has won numerous awards and prizes in the UK, Europe, and the USA- including with the Countess of Munster Trust, which supported her postgraduate studies in Chicago, and with whom she was a regular soloist on the Trust’s recital scheme. She now teaches as Head of Saxophone at Birmingham Conservatoire. Naomi is currently performing with RCM professor of saxohone, Kyle Horch in the chamber group Flotilla. She is a member of the Paragon Saxophone Quartet, with whom she has appeared on numerous CD recordings, Tuning In, Les Quatuors and Byrdland. She is a member of Zephirus, which won the chamber music section at the Royal Over-Seas League competition in 2007. Future projects include a solo CD recording and appearances with Syzygy for Park Lane Group and Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival. Other chamber and orchestral playing has included engagements with BCMG, Halle Orchestra, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, CBSO and BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra.