Now available for online and in-person lessons!
As a music educator, Emma Reinhart has experience working with students from Kindergarten to college, and is committed to helping each student achieve his or her musical goals. For private lessons or clinics on saxophone, flute, or clarinet for ages 9+, or for AP Music Theory tutoring, please contact Emma here.
Emma is currently a Teaching Artist with the New York Pops PopsEd program and an adjunct instructor of music at College of the Desert (Palm Desert, CA), where she teaches saxophone, clarinet, and flute private lessons to music majors remotely. Previous students at COD have successfully auditioned and transferred to the Bob Cole Conservatory of Music at California State University, Long Beach and Cal Poly Humboldt in pursuit of bachelor of music degrees.
Emma's work with K-12 students began through the USC Thornton Community Engagement Program (TCEP), where she held several teaching roles at schools in the downtown Los Angeles area. She has since taught private instrumental and group music lessons through the French Conservatory of Music, Bertrand's Music, the Santa Monica Academy, and the Los Angeles Music and Arts School, where she later served on the Young Professionals Advisory Board. Emma has also worked with students at Laguna Beach High School, Lakewood High School, the Brentwood School, and Palm Desert Charter Middle School.
In 2019, Emma presented a woodwind doubling mini-recital and Q&A to students at Riverside City College as well as a traditional saxophone masterclass for the saxophone studio at California State University, Fullerton. She has also taught adult beginner/intermediate lessons and believes it is never too late to study music.
Emma holds two Master of Music degrees from the University of Michigan in Multiple Woodwinds and in Jazz and Contemporary Improvisation. She earned her Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Southern California (USC), where she majored in saxophone and studied flute, clarinet, and oboe as extracurriculars with faculty members.