performing as a quartet we take great pleasure in working with and
inspiring students. Individually we all work as saxophone
teachers, and we have much experience giving workshops both for
students at mainstream schools and music services, and for students
with Special Educational Needs.
As part of the Live Music Now scheme we have received training in working with children with SEN and also working with the elderley and people living with dementia. We have found delivering concerts and workshops in these settings hugely rewarding and aim to provide memorable experiences to our audiences.
If you are interested in booking the Borealis Saxophone Quartet to deliver a workshop you can contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org, and special schools and care homes can also book us through the Live Music Now website.
“I teach a class of autistic children…I saw such positive responses from the children throughout the day as a result of their relaxing and engaging morning. It was heart warming to see the engagement levels between yourselves and the children….I'd like to thank and congragulate you on an amazing session. You are amazing at what you do!”
- Sian Montgomery (Teacher, Kingfisher School)
“I particularly liked how you gave time to the children and made yourselves and your instruments accessible to them. They were able to be involved in many different ways and the pieces you chose gave them the perfect balance of listening, watching, doing and remembering – not everyone can do this!”
- Deborah Rogers (Headteacher, Newlands School)