There are many different ways to approach trumpet playing, and I like to approach it in the most productive way possible. Fundamentals at first will be our main focus in order to get to the next level of music making and story telling.
I am a current college student looking for more teaching experience while working towards my degree. I am the kind of instructor that gives you what you need while creating a positive environment. Fundamentals are the key that lead towards having fun in whatever you do. *** Lesson Details *** I tailor all of my lessons to the needs and wants of my students. If there is an area that he/she is struggling in, I will create exercises to work out those areas until they are no longer an issue to help he/she to achieve their own personal goals on the instrument. *** Studio Equipment *** living room: music stands, chairs, books/sheet music *** Travel Equipment *** I provide hand outs and copies of etudes. I'd prefer the student to provide a music stand, but if one can't be provided I am ...
Greetings! My name is Jennifer and I am a Music Educator! I am an Arizona native and have been involved with music my whole life. I have played the clarinet for 14 years and am a graduate of Arizona State University with a Bachelor's Degree in Music Education. I also hold an Associate's Degree in Music from Eastern Arizona College and a teaching certification in instrumental music education. I reside in Gilbert, Arizona and I am currently a high school band director in Mesa, AZ. I have experience with performing in a variety of ensembles including symphony orchestra, concert band, jazz band, small ensembles, and more. I currently perform with the Mesa Community College Community Band in Mesa, Arizona. *** Lesson Details *** My teaching style is very student oriented. I ...
Hello there! If you are reading this then you or your child must be interested in learning how to read and play music. I am so excited for the journey you are about to begin! My name is Amy and I am a certified music teacher. I graduated from Western Michigan University with a degree in instrumental music education, and my primary instrument is clarinet. I have taught instrumental music for 8 years in the Valley. I enjoy teaching students of all ages and abilities, especially beginners! I teach beginner lessons in piano, and brass instruments, beginner to intermediate level students in woodwinds, and beginner up to advanced high-school level clarinet. *** Lesson Details *** Lessons with me will be tailored to each student's needs and goals, however note and rhythm reading ...
I can teach beginning level trumpet levels to about a 2nd year level. We will work on tone, and expanding your register. We will learn and review basic scales, arpeggios, and technique. I also incorporate music theory, conducting, and music composition on the side depending on the student's interest. I look for music that interests the student.
My Price: There are a lot of people on this site who teach lessons; I've looked through profiles...and their prices. Many of them do not have degrees in music and/or their lessons are expensive. I am a professional musician and educator with the lowest rates I can afford. My pricing is low to be competitive and does not in any way reflect the quality of the lesson. I believe good lessons should be affordable to everyone at a weekly basis. My Teaching Experience: I have taught general music K-8 in a charter school and basically had to build a music program with no funding and almost no supplies. I left this job in favor of teaching privately because the staff and administration were horribly disrespectful and unappreciative of what I did for their school. Teaching privately ...
My first musical experience was on trumpet. I have a total of about 5 years of experience on trumpet throughout my education in high school and college from a variety of teachers. I now play mostly for fun, but have excellent pedagogical knowledge for this instrument because i essentially had to relearn it a total of three times, each with different approaches due to the difference in instructors.
22 years old, Kyle Smith has spent a majority of his life devoted to music. He has expertise in all brass instruments while specializing in euphonium and trombone, and also plays guitar and is currently taking lessons in piano. After graduating from Corona del Sol High School, Kyle returned to the music program as a marching band tech and low brass clinician and has been teaching there since 2011, while working toward a double-major in Music Education and Euphonium Performance at Arizona State. He has a lot of experience in teaching privately, group lessons, master classes, marching band, and concert settings across all ages. Aside from music, Kyle is particularly talented with math and physics, and his two favorite hobbies are exercising, and reading when he is not practicing.
The trumpet was the very first brass instrument I ever played. My older brother played it, and I looked up to him and wanted to be like him. This was the main reason I chose the instrument in fourth grade. Although I only played the trumpet for two years in school, I have continued playing off and on throughout my music career.
I can help any brass student learn the basics of sound production, tone quality, breath support, intonation, tonguing and slurring, and scales.
I am very interested in helping my students become, above all else, musicians. To me, this means bringing the music off the page, and finding/playing what has not been written in ink. Too often, I see musicians merely play the notes and put no emotion into their music. That is not what music is about. Our job is to make the audience feel something, and if we cannot do this we have failed as musicians. I received my Bachelor of Music from Cetnral Michigan University and am currently working on my master's degree in Tuba Performance at Arizona State University and can teach beginning trumpet and trombone, and advanced tuba and euphonium.
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