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Flute Lessons in
Lombard, IL

Musika has been offering Lombard Flute Lessons since 2001. Our flute teachers create customized lesson plans for each student, and help you bring music alive one note at a time!

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Featured Lombard Flute Teachers

Joshua P

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I'm a passionate and motivated instructor who loves working with students and sharing my love of performance. In 2011, I graduated from the University of Wisconsin River Falls with a Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts/Performance. Performing all over the world has been one of the greater experiences of my life as a musician, and I have had the opportunity to Conduct the World Vision Children's Choir in S. Korea and be a featured Tenor soloist in the summer music festival "Orvieto Musica" in Orvieto, Italy. 

Anthony R

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Anthony Rodriguez is a New York/ Chicago Based Woodwind Doubler who studied flute with Bernard Goldberg, oboe with Bob Ingliss, and saxophone with Paul Cohen. Past teachers have included Helen Campo and Salim Washington.  Anthony has recently toured Indonesia as the Oboist for Phantom of the Opera, Reed player for Northern Stages Peter Pan/ Nunsense, and is currently playing multiple shows in the local Chicago area. I have taught many students in New York who have competed and gotten gold with distinctions multiple years in a row in their NYSSMA competitions. Feel free to contact me with any questions or to check out my website. www.Anthonymrodriguez.com

Emma C

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I have been an active and passionate freelance musician and music educator for the past 10 years. After completing my Bachelor's Degree at the University of Kansas, I moved to Chicago to pursue my Master's degree and studied with renowned flutist Dionne Jackson. While completing my Master's degree, I was able to study and learn from musicians of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and the Lyric Opera of Chicago. I was able to perform at the CSO's Symphony Hall and was featured of Chicago's premeire classical radio station, WFMT. Prior to moving to Chicago, I ran a private flute studio out of my home for 6 years. I have also been on faculty at the Midwestern Music Academy, and was a clinician for the Blue Valley School District. While my love of performing has been a major motivator for me, my true passion is performing arts advocacy, education, and musical outreach. I have been involved with numerous non-profit organizations both in Chicago and Kansas City and have found that my greatest joy comes from sharing my love of music with others through education and outreach.

Steve S

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I'm a professional musician and educator who has lived in Chicagoland with my wife and two boys for the last 18 years. I'm originally from Columbus, Ohio and received my BM from Capital University there. From there I was Music Director for one of Royal Caribbean's ships and then I made the move to Chicago in mid-1996. From then until now I have become one of the top/first call saxophonist/woodwind musicians in the city of Chicago and have performed all over the world with musical lumaries such as Aretha Franklin, The OJays, Brian McKnight, Diana Ross, Al Jarreau, The Temps and dozens of others!

Derek B

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Hey there! I'm Derek Brown, and I've been teaching music lessons for over 10 years.  I specialize in saxophone, jazz, and music theory, as well as flute and clarinet. I graduated with a Master of Music degree in Jazz Studies at the University of Cincinnati, College-Conservatory of Music in 2008, and a Bachelors degree in Classical and Jazz Saxophone performance at Hope College (in Holland, MI) in 2006. I was the director of jazz studies for six years at Abilene Christian University in Abilene, Texas, and recently moved to Chicago to perform and teach lessons full time. I love working with people of all ages and abilities, and really like to focus on the fun of music-making during lessons.
 
 

Why Choose Musika

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Convenient

People are busy these days, we get that. So we work around your schedule, giving you the option of taking lessons right in the comfort of your own home.

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Risk-Free Trial Lesson

We stand behind our teachers. If you are not 100% satisfied with your trial lesson, the lesson is FREE. Go ahead give it a try, you really have nothing to lose.

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Musika Qualified Teachers

Our instructors have been hand-picked for their high standard of musical excellence & love of teaching.

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No Hidden Fees

We are straightforward folks here at Musika. You pay for lessons, that's it. Choose from our pay as you go monthly billing or opt for a set of lessons.

 

More Information About Flute Lessons

For a new flutist, Musika recommends renting initially and buying an instrument later on if the student has demonstrated some commitment. Reliable brands include Yamaha, Armstrong, and Gemeinhardt. More advanced players should consider a flute with open hole keys and a B foot joint. Very young players can use a curved headjoint to assist playing.
Taking flute lessons in your home offers a great way to master your skills on the instrument without ever leaving your home! Many students and parents find this very convenient as there is no additional time for travel.
Flute lessons will be tailored to the specific goals of the student. Every student will be introduced to music theory and the process of reading music. New flutists will learn how to hold, assemble, and clean the instrument, how to correctly blow into the instrument, articulation and fingering, and how to have fun playing the flute!
It is never too late to begin flute! We have many students who begin as adults. Our teachers have experience working with all ages and can work with you whether you are a beginner or advanced player.
The flute is the smallest instrument in the band and is therefore easy for young players to transport and hold. Musika recommends beginning the flute around 7 or 8 when the student is old enough to proper hold the instrument and press the keys. The flute does take significant amount of air so the player does need to have the lung capacity to produce a supported sound.

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