Why should you take private lessons?

One-on-one attention

Working one-on-one with a teacher, while focusing on issues specific to your instrument, is invaluable for a developing young musician. Students who have regular, specialized instruction progress much faster on their instruments than students who don’t. 

Flexible, customized instruction

Every music student has different strengths, weaknesses, and interests. Private lessons are tailored to each person’s needs. 

Develop focus and discipline

By setting weekly goals and working on appropriately challenging material, students taking private lessons learn skills that carry over into all areas of their lives.

Well-rounded music study

In addition to learning instrument technique, students who take private lessons learn musical skills like ear training, music theory, rhythm, performance skills, listening skills, and musicianship. 

Horn is always featured

Horn is the best instrument! Unfortunately, in band music, the horn parts are often in the background and are not always used in the most interesting or exciting ways. In lessons, you will get to play solos, duets, and other fun and challenging music.

Have more fun!

Playing an instrument becomes more fulfilling and enjoyable as you improve and hone your abilities. You can play more challenging music and embrace the feelings of achievement and accomplishment as you continue to grow as a musician.