I am about to close the slots for the online sax lessons. The form and calendar will be open until July 31st. Go to the lessons page to find all the information, prices and how to book. If you know of someone who could benefit from this last opportunity, give me a shout!
For some time now, two different Spotify accounts pop up when you search for my name in the platform, which, understandably, has caused some confusion. To fix that, here I come to present you my official Spotify account, where you will always find my music to play, along with several playlists of recommended artists that I am organizing just for you.
I still have some slots open for you to book your sax lesson. Whether you are just starting or you are a pro who wants to work on specific techniques or styles, getting classes with me through Zoom will definitely help you out.
So far, it has been lovely to give sax lessons through the internet. It has opened a lot of possibilities for both students and me, and I must say I deeply enjoy seeing how people who would not get back to their instrument under normal circumstances, give it a chance now and rediscover their voice.
For a limited time, Millicent will be offering live lessons through the videochat platform Zoom, where you will be able to get classes tailored to your specific needs and wishes, in the hours more convenient for both you and her.
‘Superstition’ by Stevie Wonder was one of the highlights of Millicent’s overall amazing performance at the first ever carnival in Leatherhead, which took place on May 27th. It will also be part of Not Just Jazz 5, Millicent’s own annual show. Get your tickets today!
It has been months since I went to Gayton School, but I did not want to let that lovely afternoon fade in time without mention. I used to teach music at schools, so going back to one to talk about the saxophone and perform for children was quite enjoyable.
Angela Schuster, Millicent Stephenson’s new PR Manager