Trumpet Lessons Pottawattamie County, IA

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Featured Trumpet Teachers In Pottawattamie County

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

Meghan S

Instruments: Piano, Trumpet, Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet

Teaching Methods: For beginner students, I use a variety of lesson materials. If the student is involved in band, I try to stick with whatever book their teacher has assigned them. I also add other materials as the student advances such as scales, etudes, and finger and rhythm exercises.

Teaching Styles: First and foremost, I want to instill in my students a love for music. I want to show them how to express themselves through the art of music. Each student learns in a different way and at a different pace, so I adjust my teaching style to best fit the needs of the individual. I help my students set their own goals so that they can take ownership of their learning and feel they are moving forward at a pace that best suits their needs.

Jody N

Jody N

Instruments: Piano, Voice, Trumpet, Saxophone, Oboe, Keyboard

Teaching Methods: I truly feel that meeting the students where they are at. At the first lesson I would bring the music necessary for lesson and get to know them. I would introduce solo repertoire and teach notes and musicianship through these lessons. I think that given the opportunity ALL students can succeed. This is done through repetition and practice. I try to find what type of music the students are interested in an first focus on those and then expand their thoughts. We will always be working on more than one piece at a time.

Teaching Styles: Each student will work at his or her own pace. I will help the students set goals for the week, a month, and a year. We will then reflect on where we are at that time. The student and I will be working together to find out how they can be successful. I will find out the students likes through lessons and work to expand their thoughts. I will always remind them that ALL MUSIC IS GOOD MUSIC TO SOMEONE. The students and I will help them reach their full potential and then some. Every student can learn music.

Cameron B

Cameron B

Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Voice, Trumpet, Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet, Harmonica, Recorder

Teaching Methods: I teach music per lesson; as in, I plan as I'm teaching. I pick up on each student's unique learning curve as well as their interests and likes, and cater the lesson to the student. I do write notes and sketches of lessons ahead of time, however I use these sketches as guidelines for the lesson. I listen and wait patiently for students to grasp what I'm teaching; always making sure NOT to go too fast or give them TOO much information. I don't want to overload the student; I do want to make learning music lots of fun.

Teaching Styles: I approach teaching with an optimistic, down-to-earth attitude. Students should feel at ease and without pressure or stress of any form. Learning new musical ideas can take a hearty amount of concentration and focus, especially for anyone starting out fresh. That being said, I do not wish to over-emphasize "serious practice", in solitary confinement. I strongly feel that living one's life and experiencing the world inspires one's music, and adds to the creative process. 

Kody M

Kody M

Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Trumpet, Trombone, Clarinet, Drums, Synthesizer, Euphonium, Tuba, Mallet Percussion, Orchestral Percussion, Conga, Latin Percussion

As I mentioned above, one of my favorite parts about teaching is learning from my students. I encourage my students to take chances, perform often, and to not be afraid of making mistakes. All experiences help you learn, no matter what level you are. I encourage students to make the music personal to them and relate to it in a way that suits their personality. This involves my, as a teacher, getting to know my students and learning about their life outside of music. Music helps people in all areas of life, so there is no use keeping it hidden or secluded. I teach to make students better people, not just better musicians. 

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