Lessons can be scheduled online. To schedule your lessons please see steps below.
Step 1: Create an account or Sign in if you have already made one. For further access, you can find your account in the top menu section.
Step 2: Click on "Schedule An Appointment" from your appointments page. Choose a lesson time (30min, 45min, or 1hour)
Step 3: View all available time slots and choose an available lesson time. Confirm your appointment. You must confirm each lesson individually. You can easily view, reschedule, or cancel your appointments by accessing your account "My Appointments" page.
If you have questions you can contact me or view these video demonstrations below.
Hear Tim and His Students Play
ABOUT TIM SAEGER
Tim Saeger, is a native of San Diego, California. Being a versatile musician he can be found playing classical weddings, big band jazz, and every genre in between.
Tim also maintains a professional private instructional studio catering to beginning through advanced students. As a clinician and private instructor in the Poway and San Diego Districts he currently holds a position as Trumpet Clinician and Private Instructor at Mount Carmel High School, Del Norte High School, and Westview High School.
“Performing and teaching music is a passion I have found in myself. I knew from a very young age that this is what I wanted to do with my life. Trumpet has taught me discipline, respect, and has given me the confidence and the tools I need to be successful. I only hope to be able to share this with others, as others have shared this with me.”
Other than playing trumpet, Tim is a dedicated husband to his amazing wife Dessie, and father to his two dogs Buddy and Athena. Other hobbies include bodysurfing, in which he competes every year in the World Body Surfing Championships in Oceanside California. He is also a fitness enthusiast and for a while was a crossfit coach holding a Crossfit Level 1 Certification.
Tel: 858-922-0846 Text is OK.
Trumpet Performance: Tim.Saeger@att.net
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