Trumpet & Trombone Lessons

Private Trumpet & Trombone Lessons

Ages 6 – Adult / All Skill Levels


The trumpet and trombone are part of the brass family, which is composed of the trumpet, trombone, French horn, and tuba. Their sound is flamboyant and punchy! They bring warmth and brightness to any ensemble and are popular in bands, whether it’s jazz, blues, classical, or folk.

They are easy to carry and their nice shiny look will definitely make you stand out! They are very popular in bands and orchestras, classical and jazz and funk music.


We offer private lessons on trumpet and trombone starting at age 6 and up.

We have a diverse and exciting program with customized lesson plans that caters to all ages and abilities. Our comprehensive trumpet and trombone lessons include learning: proper technique, ear training, theory, sight-reading, blues, jazz and improvisation, as well as classical repertoire.

Our trumpet and trombone teachers have extensive education experience in music and many perform regularly with local orchestras or bands. Our private lessons are one-on-one instruction and lesson lengths are 30 min, 45 min, or 60 min, held once each week.


We host recitals every month in our performance hall. Every student of the music school can join and perform the music of their choice. It is also an opportunity for many to meet music friends and create groups and music ensembles.

We also host twice a year a Summer and Winter music festival, usually held over 2-3 days, where students perform their favorite music. Have a look at our videos HERE.

Schedule a preview!

During the preview, you’ll visit our music studios, discuss your musical goals or needs with your teacher, try the instrument, and talk about lesson details. Please select your teacher, and click directly on their calendar to schedule a free meet and greet and tour with your teacher.

Our Trumpet and trombone teacher:

  • Andrew Taylor

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