Los Angeles Saxophone Teachers
Victor French (ASCAP) has been playing sax since he was big enough to hold one. He began in Chicago, studying jazz theory and performance under Rob Haight. While a student at Western Illinois University, Victor studied Music Business and performed at Carnegie Hall in 2010. He then moved to Nashville where he worked as a performer and honed his skills as a producer and engineer. In 2014 he returned to Chicago and began instructing privately. He did so until moving to Los Angeles in 2017.
Victor is classically trained in jazz and classical repertoire, as well as having experience with all genres of performance from theater to hiphop. For over a decade he has traveled the nation working in different facets of the industry. His credits include working as a music director at the famed Second City in Chicago, a section player and recording artist, a songwriter, composer, and live sound engineer. It is this exposure to all angles of the music industry that informs his style of teaching and his desire to encourage future generations of musicians.
Seth Jeremy is available for one on one or small group lessons on the saxophone, clarinet, piano, guitar, vocals, beginning bass and drum. Available to all styles, ages and levels in your home or mine in Los Angeles, CA. Lessons are tailored to individual styles and goals.
Seth has been teaching for over sixteen years, primarily working with children. He has worked with Grammy winning producers and touring musicians in helping them hone up on their music theory and piano chops.
Seth Jeremy teaches the fun way by tailoring each lesson to fit the student's needs and goals.
Kevin Miller is a professional saxophone player based out of Los Angeles. In his youth he was awarded the Louis Armstrong and Woody Herman jazz awards. During his time in college, he was honored with the Indianapolis Jazz Fellowship Grant for his performance of Polkadots and Moonbeams with the Ball State University Big Band at the Indy Jazz Festival. Kevin has performed extensively on cruise ships and was a member of the orchestra for Broadway's production of "Swing".
Kevin also performs with his partner and wife in "The Rook Duo". He believes that private one on one lessons are the best way to prepare a student for a rich and meaningful musical education. He studied with Harry Miedema (saxophone player for the O'Jays) and Doug Webb, an accomplished recording artist in the Los Angeles music scene.