Robert “Boysie” Lowery was Clifford Brown’s jazz teacher, and he spent his career opening eyes to the possibilities in music. Through his patient yet deliberate guidance, you will discover that music is math, but that math must be used to create mature musical ideas. Institutionalized education gives you knowledge, but you will be trained to respond to music, not to think about music. You can read and write, but you can’t execute the theory you learn through your instrument. That will all change with the Boysie method.
Boysie Lowery could take the very abstract and complex concepts of music, break them down to their fundamental components and explain them in simple, easy-to-understand language. This teacher’s knowledge of and passion for music is exceeded only by the degree of love felt for him by his students. He is, in no uncertain terms, a genius. His method may be described as simply music theory, but the way he brings out the best in his students is legendary. From his most famous student, Clifford Brown, to the inimitable Ernie Watts, to countless hundreds of the world’s finest musicians, the Boysie Lowery Method just works.
If you want to learn from the best, just like the finest players our instrument has ever seen, today is the day to get start.
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