Saxophone

Saxophone lessons are available for tenor, alto, soprano and baritone saxophone for all ages and levels of students.  Lessons are offered in jazz, classical and concert band styles.

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Lessons

Lessons

Private music lessons in Wichita, KS. Air House has the top teachers in the area, offering piano, guitar, voice, drum, bass, saxophone lessons and more.

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Ensemble

Performance

Our House of Rock program gives students the opportunity to play in a band with their peers, express their creativity and perform at live music venues.

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Studio

Studio

Air House Studio is a hybrid analog/digital recording studio located in Wichita, KS, offering services in recording and mixing. From a demo to a full length album, Air House can help you achieve your sonic goals!

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109 S. Ridge Rd.
Wichita, KS 67209
316-613-3378

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Brandon Morse Clarinet, Flute, Saxophone

Brandon Morse is a saxophone, flute and jazz instructor in the Wichita area. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music from Friends University in Wichita. His teaching experience includes:

  • 14 years as a private music instructor on the saxophone, flute and jazz improvisation.
  • Director of the Saxophone Quartet at Friends University from 2008-2012.
  • Director of various student saxophone ensembles.
  • Director of a saxophone performance workshop in 2004.
  • Director of a jazz improvisation workshop in 2005.
  • 5 years as an assistant at Bishop Carroll Catholic High School, and currently is an assistant in the Maize school district.

At the beginning of 2011, Brandon formed the jazz combo, Air Traffic, with students between the ages of 12-14. In the first six months, Air Traffic received superior ratings at the Pioneer League Festival and the Wichita Jazz Festival. The group was accepted by audition to perform at the 2012 Kansas Music Educators Association annual convention and the 2012 Wichita River Festival. As a performer, Brandon has performed in concert bands, jazz bands, orchestras, rock bands, saxophone quartets, pit orchestras, a guest soloist for a high school concert band, and praise and worship groups.

Currently, Brandon is a member of the Metro Jazz Orchestra (formerly known as the Jazz Friends Community Big Band) and Second Time Around, an oldies rock band based out of Newton. To date he has been a member of 6 different saxophone quartets. Most notably he was a member of the Mid-Kansas Saxophone Quartet, a professional group based in Wichita with whom he traveled to Atlanta to premiere a composition written for the group. He also directed and performed in The Morse Code Saxophone Quartet, a group consisting of his own students. Together the group recorded a CD entitled Morse Code Saxophone Quartet. He is leading his student group, The Stand Benders Saxophone Quintet.

As a composer, Brandon has two albums of computer generated music known as Story of Life and As We Move.

Keith Martin Piano, Saxophone, Voice

Wichita Kansas native, Keith “Marlo” Martin, is a multi-talented powerhouse. The ultimate triple threat, Keith is a premier vocalist, saxophonist, and pianist.
As an international touring musician, Keith has shared stages with Alicia Keyes, Najee, Al Green, Sheena Easton, and a host of others. For five years, Keith toured the world with “Bruce In The USA”, the premiere Bruce Springsteen tribute band playing the role of “The Big Man”, saxophonist Clarence Clemons.
Soon after finishing the tour, Keith decided to produce his own tribute show in Las Vegas honoring one of his idols, the late Luther Vandross. The show, “Power of Love”, sold out every night for the duration of its run.
Over the last 15 years, Keith has taken his talent worldwide with many tours of Asia. He has performed on stages in Macau, Hong Kong, Beijing, Vietnam, and Sri Lanka. While overseas, Keith taught voice, saxophone, and piano to international students.
After relocating back to the USA in 2020, Keith started working on his third studio album, “Love Island”. He is also the current Minister of Music at a local Wichita, KS church.

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