Trombone Lessons Hendricks County, IN

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Featured Trombone Teachers In Hendricks County

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering trombone lessons in Hendricks. Whether you are looking for beginner trombone lessons for your kids, or are an adult wanting to improve your skills, the instructors in our network are ready to help you now!
Rob E

Rob E

Instruments: Piano, Trombone, Euphonium, Tuba

It is my firm belief that lessons should not just be about teaching the student how to play an instrument. I aim to help my students understand music in the abstract, and then apply this knowledge to their piano playing. I believe that this approach allows for the student to transcend instrument and style, giving them the tools to explore music of any type. Inevitably, this approach will lead to a greater understanding, and in turn, a greater appreciation of music that the student will carry with them for a lifetime.

Samuel K

Samuel K

Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Voice, Trombone, Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet, Oboe

Teaching Methods: My main music philosophy is to teach sound before sight: teach students to hear the music, and then read the notation. For beginners, I want them to become well acquainted with their instrument so I begin with the basic fundamentals, and then teach some traditional tunes before moving on to reading music. For students who can already read music, I like to work on sight-reading as well as finding solo repertoire that can be performed at recitals. Since I find every student learns differently, I like to create my own lesson plans that are tailored to the individual student because this helps them reach their full potential. That being said, I am not against method books as they provide valuable technique exercises that strengthen a student's playing.

Teaching Styles: As a teacher, there is nothing more rewarding than seeing a student develop a passion for music. If my students do not leave every lesson feeling inspired, encouraged, and wanting to practice and play music, then I am not doing my job. Just as I tailor each lesson to match the individual student, expect the student to grow and develop as a musician at his/her own pace. Ultimately, music is universally accessible and I want to foster a love and appreciation for listening to music as well as performing music.

Aaron T

Aaron T

Instruments: Trumpet, Trombone, Saxophone, Clarinet

My teaching experience has grown tremendously since being a teacher's assistant when I was in high school.  I have been consistently involved with teacher music since my graduation from high school in 2007.  In the Fort Wayne, IN area, I have worked with marching, jazz, and concert bands with multiple middle and high schools.  I also have experience teaching smaller ensembles and private lessons.  Last year, I was the assistant band director for a middle school where I worked with students who had never played before and the advanced ensemble.  We all worked very hard and saw success when we received a Gold Rating at the Indiana State School Music Association (ISSMA) concert band contest.

Stephanie C

Stephanie C

Instruments: Piano, Trumpet, Trombone, Saxophone, Clarinet

Age-friendly materials are my favorite to use. For very young pianists I often buy books with lots of color and large print like Kjos's Piano Party. Kjos and Alfred are two of my favorite publishers, but I am willing to work with materials your family may already own. Flashcards are an important tool for many children to become fluent at naming/reading notes. I also like to have students complete written theory assignments, and, to help students from getting bored, I often "reward" them with single pieces of fun sheet music that can be performed for recitals and competitions. But remember... while several things can help a student become great like an excellent teacher and high-quality books, practice always wins... by a landslide. So my expectation and instruction include teaching mindfully engaged practice. 

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