Low Brass Overview
The low brass section includes the Trombone, Euphonium. Baritone, and Tuba. Our instructors help grow the musical gift inside musicians of any age. From students just learning how to assemble the instrument, to those auditioning for their first symphony orchestra placement, we are here to help you grow in your musicianship.
Pay-Per-Lessons are ideal for those who want to get back into the swing of being a musician or are current musicians who desire to learn a specific passage/piece. These lessons are offered one session at a time. Students should already have their instrument of choice.
Students playing trombone, tuba, euphonium, or baritone can expect to learn the following with dedicated attendance and practice outside of the Conservatory: music theory, how to read music, how to play scales, arpeggios and learning rhythm, the correct ways to practice in order to see growth and development, proper posture and hand positioning, ear training and intonation, learning how to tune your instrument, etudes and solos that help with technicality and musicality, and finger/slide drills and techniques to acquire dexterity and make you a more technical player.
Pay-Per-Lessons will help to show immediate improvement in musicianship. Additional pay-per-hours are available if desired.
Pay-Per Lessons are ideal for musicians looking for temporary help on a piece of music. Students preparing for auditions at every level have benefitted from these short-term lessons. Musicians may choose to come to either location or schedule for a virtual session as the schedule permits.
Full Lesson Experience
Our Full Lesson Experience provides continuity in learning, incentives for being a part of the Grow Your Gift Family, Performance, and scholarship opportunities.
Grow Your Gift is currently offering virtual music lessons during this difficult time via Google Hangouts. Virtual lessons are most ideal for musicians who already have experience playing their instrument. However, we welcome the brand new musicians too!
For families with children ages 5-9, you may split the lesson into two sessions. (Full hour must be paid and utilized in consecutive 30-minute increments).