Wayne Leechford has taught woodwinds for over twenty years. Saxophone, clarinet, flute, bassoon, and oboe. He owns and operates Leechford Music where he teaches private lessons and chamber music. He also gives clinics, master classes, and sectionals for middle and high school wind ensembles, marching bands, and jazz bands. He is the adjunct professor of saxophone at Meredith College. He has taught on the faculties of North Carolina State University, Wake Technical Community College, and Shaw University.
His students consistently receive top awards for their performances. Including All-County Band, All-District, Regional Jazz, All-State, All-State Jazz, Governor’s School, UNCG Honor Band, All-American Marching Band, and Honor Band of America. Also, Wayne Leechford has helped many students prepare for college music auditions and careers as professional music educators and performers.
Half-hour private lessons are available on a weekly, ongoing basis. Students must provide their own instruments, books, and equipment. Prospective students – please read the lesson policies for policies and rates.
Leechford Music, 216 East Chatham Street, Suite 101, Cary, NC 27511
Tuesday 3-6pm (FULL)
Please fill out and submit the form to inquire about lessons with Wayne Leechford.
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