Students love coming to their lessons! With teachers who are fun and encouraging, our number one goal at the studio is to make lessons a positive and fun experience for students.
Watch your child build confidence while having fun and developing a unique skill.
Or imagine being able to play your favorite songs for your family and friends during the holidays, with ease and enjoyment!
Not only do lessons foster creativity and appreciation for the arts, but learning music has real implications on improving brain development, mental acuity, and intelligence. Read More.
During lessons each week, students are guided and coached towards achieving their goals.
What ages do you accept?
We love teaching both children and adults, from beginning to advanced students.
Students can begin learning trumpet at the age of 6 years old.
What Styles Do You Teach?
Our trumpet teacher has training in various styles of music.
In lessons students learn:
Embouchure and Tone
Finger Dexterity and Valve Technique
How to read music and play rhythms
Scales and Key Awareness
Play with dynamics and articulation
Intonation and Ear Training
Extending the playable range both higher and lower
How often and how long are lessons?
Lessons are generally once a week and we offer 30-minute, 45-minute, and 60-minute time slots. The lesson length that is ideal will depend on the age of the student and their goals. For young beginning students under the age of 10, a thirty-minute is ideal. For older or more advanced students, we generally recommend a longer lesson time to allow time for more questions, discussions, and cover more repertoire.
We recommend consistent weekly lessons. Consistency is one of the most powerful habits for students to develop for musical success.
Coming to lessons every week ensures that students don't lose ground on the progress they've made and that bad habits don't have time to take hold.
What progress should I expect?
For experienced students, your teacher will be getting a sense of your learning style, goals, and making a plan for your learning path and keep building upon the experience you already have.
While everyone learns and understands musical concepts at a different pace, here is a general guideline for the progress beginning students should expect to make in their trumpet lessons:
During your first few months, students will establish foundational skills on the trumpet, including proper assembly and maintenance of the instrument, developing a correct embouchure for clear tone production, and practicing basic breath control techniques. They will be introduced to sheet music, learn basic fingerings, and explore different articulation techniques.
After 6 months, students should expect to see improvement in their embouchure and have developed greater control over their breath. Students will also have expanded their repertoire to include more complex melodies and exercises, and more comfortable with a wider range of notes and keys.
Do I need a trumpet?
Yes, you will need your own instrument to bring to lessons and for practice during the week between lessons as well.
We recommend renting one to start off with, and purchasing a good student instrument after some experience. You can get recommendations from your teacher.
But what if...
We've often heard reasons why a student thinks they can't learn an instrument:
My fingers are... too short, too long, and even too fat!
I have... learning difficulties, short memory, bad eyesight
But we're here to tell you that very little will prevent you from being able to learn an instrument if it's your wish.
Let us help you overcome your barriers and make music for yourself!
How to Enroll
It's very easy to get started!
Enrollment is on-going throughout the month and we're open all year long. That means you can sign up for lessons at any time.
No need to wait until the beginning of the month, summer break, back-to-school season, the New Year... or any other reason!
$30 / 30 minutes
Lessons times are available throughout the week and are scheduled once a week.
A one-time registration fee of $35 is due at the time of registration.