Steve Arié is a professional multi-instrumentalist and experienced music teacher and offers private lessons in saxophone, guitar, double bass and electric bass.
Steve teaches from his home studio in Ashbury (Inner West Sydney – between Ashfield and Canterbury) and all lessons are tailored to suit the individual, their age, level and pace.
All ages and levels are welcome and Steve is happy to pursue any goals the student may have. Areas covered include practical and theory, reading, improvisation, chord progressions, etc.
Music lessons are charged at $35 per half hour.
“My two boys have had guitar lessons with Steve for the past eighteen months. The one thing which impressed me the most (apart from the incredible knowledge and skill of all the instruments he teaches), is his extreme caring and gentle nature and withstanding patience with the children. Many a times where I would have given up on them, Steve showed a quiet, gentle perseverance which impressed me (and which the kids responded to!). Steve’s passion for music and teaching others is evident and I would highly recommend him. Over the years, having learnt music myself, I can say he is one of the best music teachers I have come across.” – Maree Turner.
Phone Steve on 0402 117 342 or use the form
“I would highly recommend Steve to any parent or music school looking for a brilliant teacher…”
“Steve has been a very patient teacher, encouraging me in the learning of the saxophone…”
“He is an incredibly gifted teacher and is constant in his enthusiasm, support and most valuable advice…”
“Steve is easy to deal with, has a good sense of humor and importantly of all, patient and encouraging when tutoring my son Anthony in guitar…”
“I have thoroughly enjoyed learning the saxophone with Steve, and find that I’m constantly being challenged to learn something new in every lesson.”
“Steve is extremely patient and passionate music teacher. My son absolutely loves going to his guitar lessons each week.”
“Steve’s lessons are a wonderful mix of the basic mechanics of playing an instrument, challenging kids on scales and music theory and fantastic fun of jamming with even the earliest beginner musician!…”