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Popular Online French Horn Teachers

Joe C.

Cedar Rapids, IA
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Jesse R.

La Mesa, CA
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Brian B.

North Hills, CA
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Joe C. Cedar Rapids, IA

Subjects Taught

Accordion, Banjo, Bass Guitar, Bassoon, Broadway Singing, Cello, Clarinet, Classical Guitar, Drum, Fiddle, Flamenco Guitar, Flute, French Horn, Guitar, Harmonica, Harp, Mandolin, Music Performance, Music Recording, Music Theory, Oboe, Opera Voice, Organ, Percussion, Piano, Saxophone, Singing, Songwriting, Trombone, Trumpet, Tuba, Ukulele, Upright Bass, Viola, Violin

About Me

*** Travel Equipment ***
I provide my instrument. Expect student to have their own.

*** Specialties ***
All methods, styles, genres.

*** Play just to have fun or prepare for college, church and/or professional employment! ***

Jesse R. La Mesa, CA

Subjects Taught

Acoustic Guitar, Arrangement and Composition, Bass Guitar, Choir, Clarinet, Composition, French Horn, Guitar, Music Performance, Music Theory, Piano, Singing, Trombone, Trumpet, Tuba, Upright Bass, Vocal Training

About Me

*** Travel Equipment ***
Students, please provide your own instrument. I take lots of time to plan next steps in a students development. I have access to many resources as a Music Educator and will always have new material ready for the next lesson.

*** Specialties ***
Classical, Jazz, Rock

Brian B. North Hills, CA

Subjects Taught

French Horn, Music Performance, Trombone, Trumpet, Tuba

About Me

I am a middle school band and orchestra teacher and brass musician with performance experience on horn, trumpet, and euphonium, as well as voice. Some of the ensembles I have performed with include the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Masters Orchestra, and Crown City Symphony. I also coordinate the Los Angeles Hornsaplenty Christmas event and invite my students to participate in it as well as TubaChristmas in Los Angeles or Anaheim, because if you don't enjoy playing your instrument, you shouldn't keep playing it!

I hold a BA in music education and a teaching credential from California State University in Northridge, and have studied with Roy Poper (studio trumpeter), David Washburn (trumpet for California Philharmonic and LA Chamber Orchestra), and Brian O'Connor (studio hornist). For this reason, I tend to favor methods from James Stamp and Vincent De Rosa, but feel that every lesson plan should be tailored to the individual student's needs.

With nearly a decade of teaching experience in the Los Angeles Unified School District, I have guided many students in playing various instruments and continue to dedicate my time and energy to refining my instructional delivery so that it makes the trickiest concepts clear in the students' mind.

*** Lesson Details ***
Online lessons are available through Face Time and are conducted while I am in my home studio where there will be a solid internet connection.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Home Studio: Music stand, keyboard, metronome, tuner, sound equipment, and supportive chairs for the student and teacher. Parents may wait in the living room, which has a TV.

School Studio: Music stands, keyboard, metronome, tuner, sound equipment, and supportive chairs for the student, family members, and student. I can also do small group lessons in this studio.

Students are expected to bring their own instrument and any method books or sheet music they seek help with. I have a number of method books and exercise books as well which I can introduce the student to before deciding if they should get their own copy to study from.

*** Travel Equipment ***
Folding music stand, metronome, tuner.

Students are expected to have their own instrument, supportive chairs for the student and teacher, and any method books or sheet music they seek help with. I have a number of method books and exercise books as well which I can introduce the student to before deciding if they should get their own copy to study from. The lesson should take place in a common room (i.e. living room, kitchen, den), and a parent or guardian must remain at the home during the lesson if the student is a minor.

*** Specialties ***
Classical and jazz styles, arranging, conducting

About French Horn

At first glance the French horn may appear to be a complex instrument. With its tubing wrapped into a coil and all those valve levers and finger rests, it tends to seem very complex and that’s without even talking about how it is played! You see, playing the French horn can really be a challenge, especially for beginners. Luckily, if you pursue French horn lessons with one of our Certified Music Instructors it will be a lot easier for you. Our lessons instructors will design lesson plans which are made specifically to cater to the individual needs of each eager student. We also have programs that tackle more advanced levels of playing. Our lessons can teach you how to hold the French horn, how to use mouthpiece pressure on the instrument, improve your fingering technique, understand ...

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