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Listening: a new addition to your daily practice?

Practice, practice, practice. This frightful word seems to echo from all corners of our musical...
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Playing the Trombone

The trombone is a very special instrument. It goes back centuries, playing country dance tunes...
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Starting an instrument at a young age

My past experiences have including doing a lot of workshops and music classroom teaching around...
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An Essay on Jazz in a Modern Context

Jazz In A Modern Context A Case Study into an Inspirational Figure of Mine and How that Relates...

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  • Sam Ewens Earlsfield, SW18 Gold Member

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    I'm an enthusiastic & experienced teacher, having taught all ages and standards over the last decade. I currently enjoy teaching all brass instruments at several South London schools alongside my private tuition.
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    Hi - I am a professional trumpet player with many years' teaching experience. I am happy to help students work towards exams, or just learn to play for fun.
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    I am a passionate teacher based in East London, I have been teaching for 10 years and have vast experience as a private tutor, peripatetic teacher and also classroom teacher.
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    Improvisers have more fun.
  • Timothy Warren Central Southampton, SO18

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    Hello, I am a freelance trumpet player living in Southampton. I am very enthusiastic about playing and teaching brass instruments and theory. I teach students of all ages and ability and strive to get every student to reach their potential.
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    My name is James Atashroo, I am a freelance brass musician and teacher based in Sheffield, South Yorkshire.
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  • Playing the Trombone Editor's Pick

    Paul Taylor Jazz Trombone Teacher (South East London) Picture The trombone is a very special instrument. It goes back centuries, playing country dance tunes before the pomp and glamour of the Renaissance got under way. The trombone has played a huge range of music since then, and this versatility comes with a range of voices: gentle, strident, bucolic,...
  • Listening: a new addition to your daily practice? Editor's Pick

    Edward Horsey Jazz Trombone Teacher (North London) Picture Practice, practice, practice. This frightful word seems to echo from all corners of our musical education. Whether from your first teacher, your parents or even your lecturers at the end of University the relentless repetition doesn't quiver. I write this article to quickly address an area of...
  • Making the trombone fun and relevant

    Jazz Trombone Teacher (Leeds) Picture Coming from a musical family, I was privileged enough to be exposed to all kinds of music as a child. However, there seems to be a feeling now that the trombone cannot be a fun instrument. I would like to change that perception by exposing pupils to as much variation in music as possible and...

 

  • Starting an instrument at a young age

    Ellie Smith Jazz Trombone Teacher (Bolton) Picture My past experiences have including doing a lot of workshops and music classroom teaching around many schools in London. I was also lucky enough to travel to South Africa in 2009 to teach 150 amazing children a group of songs and perform in Capetown and Paarl. I have a great interest in teaching...
  • Making the Change

    Jazz Trombone Teacher (Cardiff) Picture Have you ever longed to become a jazz trombonist, and dont know where to start? Does jazz notation look like gobbledegook to you?... but you would love to know how to improvise solos, or play in big bands? Maybe you play the euphonium, or the baritone and want to become a jazz artist in your own...
  • Improvising on the Trombone

    Jazz Trombone Teacher (South East London) Picture I think that one of the important things to remember with improvising on the trombone is that any limitations you perceive that the trombone as an intrument has are actually the limitation itself! In other words, one should approach improvisation on the trombone in the same way as any other...