The Shine School of Music in Barcelona offers Online Clarinet Classes with qualified and experienced Clarinet teachers online. The school provides quality Clarinet training for students of all ages and all levels in English, Spanish and Catalan. Now you can also benefit from our Online Clarinet Classes, direct from Spain.
Studying Clarinet online with a teacher one-on-one provides you with the best learning experience. You no longer have to struggle with finding the right online videos or messing around with apps and downloadable programs that promise easy learning. Our teachers will guide you step by step. They will help you learn faster and better, helping you minimise early mistakes or bad habits!
Accomplish more in less time!
All Clarinet Classes are private (one-on-one) and personalised within the syllabus of the chosen style to suit each individual student.
At the Shine School of Music the syllabus is hand-crafted based on each student’s needs, depending on the student’s level, age and the chosen style. We understand that each student is an individual with distinct musical needs and preferences and and we recognise student’s individuality in all aspects of teaching.
INDIVIDUAL LESSON – 18 EUR
(30 min private class)
30 MIN PER WEEK – 63 EUR per month
(2 hours per month)
60 MIN PER WEEK – 103 EUR per month
(4 hours per month)
PACK of 8 HOURS of lessons – 193 EUR
Benny Goodman was one of the big influences as a clarinet player. That’s why I wanted the clarinet.– Lee Konitz
The clarinet is a family of woodwind instruments. It has a single-reed mouthpiece, a straight, cylindrical tube with an almost cylindrical bore, and a flared bell. The cylindrical bore is primarily responsible for the clarinet’s distinctive timbre, which varies between its three main registers, known as the chalumeau, clarion, and altissimo. The tone quality can vary greatly with the clarinetist, music, instrument, mouthpiece, and reed. The differences in instruments and geographical isolation of clarinetists led to the development from the last part of the 18th century onwards of several different schools of playing. The most prominent were the German/Viennese traditions and French school. The latter was centered on the clarinetists of the Conservatoire de Paris. The proliferation of recorded music has made examples of different styles of playing available. The modern clarinetist has a diverse palette of “acceptable” tone qualities to choose from. source wikipedia