“Will is a very experienced teacher and player with a knack for bringing the  best out in his students. He taught me from the age of 12-18 and in that time I have grown as a musician and person thanks to his continued guidance and support, always pointing me in the right direction. His lessons are designed specifically for the individual and he can teach any age. He knows exactly what you need to become a better saxophonist and musician. To me Will is a motivator, player and friend and without his support I wouldn’t be where I am now (Studying at Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama training to be a professional musician). Even now I ring him up asking for advice about music. I would highly recommend Will to anyone who is keen and interested without a second thought. Rob (Aged 20.)”

“Will Osborn is an incredible Saxophone player and teacher who I am lucky enough to have studied with for many years.  I found that his methods were perfect for a healthy teaching environment. Not only did he point out and help me with areas of my playing that I needed to improve, but he also balanced it with the perfect amount of encouragement, to help me develop as a musician. I have recently taken up a scholarship place at the ‘Royal Academy of Music’ to study Jazz Saxophone and I can confidently say that my playing standard wouldn’t have been good enough for me to receive a place at the Royal Academy if it wasn’t for Will’s teaching. I am extremely grateful for everything he has taught me and I would fully recommend him to any Saxophonists of any standard. Tom Barford  (Aged 18)”

“The last 6 years of having lessons with you has lead to me getting a place at the music college. There is no way I would be off to study Jazz without you. So I am so grateful and lucky to have had you as a teacher. You have been an inspiration and a fantastic coach, I can’t thank you enough for all you have helped me with, you even sold me your old sax. I want to wish you all the best and leave you with the thought that without you I might possibly be going on to study clarinet.” Tom (aged 17)

“Just a quick note to say thank you for all your inspiration and hard-work over the past five year, Amy would never have reached the level she did without your wonderful guidance” Mrs B Northampton.