Trombone Lessons

Instrument Trombone
Length 30 / 60 minutes
Age +9 years
Locations Online
Start Date Throughout The Year
Term 4 Lessons/1 Month or 12 Lessons/3 Month or 24 Lessons/6 Month
Admissions Open admission
Genre Classical, Pop, Jazz


Program Information

We will offer you many new and exciting musical opportunities. Whether you are just starting or continuing your education, we would love to help you learn the trombone from our certified educators. We offer private trombone lessons through an innovative and engaging curriculum for our students. We have as many adult beginners as we have young children just starting on this instrument. Our unique approach to musical education facilitates a fast and practical learning experience for students of all ages.

Each online trombone lesson takes place between one teacher and one student for either 30 or 60 minutes. While our trombone sessions are all private, parents are more than welcome to attend their child's classes.



  • No skills required; you can be a beginner student
  • You will need a trombone and mouthpiece
  • The most important part of music study takes place at home; the more you practice, the better you will be
  • Get excited about learning trombone, as an inspired learner learns faster and easier



Our goal is the development of our students to their highest musical level through private lessons. Creating the correct foundation for technique and appropriate repertoire is the utmost important thing. Students will start with the fundamentals, such as trombone assemble, breath control, real tones production, finger placement, read and interpret music notation, simple melodies, etc. Intermediate students learn how to play clear sound, perform multiple Major scales, articulation, and an overview of tunes, pieces and songs taught. Advanced students will develop proficiency in long tones, scales, and vibrato, along with learning significant repertoire. Our trombone curriculum covers the following subjects:

  • Note reading and recognition
  • Counting, rhythm reading
  • Technique (scales, arpeggios, trills, dynamics)
  • Sight reading
  • Rudiments of theory
  • Memorization
  • Ear training



Selecting repertoire is one of the most challenging and important tasks that we take on in the development of our students’ musical education. We work on the repertoire in these categories: etudes and studies, solo works, concertos, variations, etc., and short pieces. Students at all levels will be given a selection of repertoire from multiple eras of music to study and perfect.


Important Facts & FAQs   

  • Highly recommended for students of 9 years or older
  • Offered but less recommended for students eight years or younger
  • Extremely useful for children and adult learners
  • The most effective format for learning technique, classical and pop repertoire