School of Brass

SoBnoborderSchool of Brass is a Seattle based educational program for trombonists and low brass players offering individual lessons, summer and beginner camps, and ensemble and section coaching covering all styles (including classical, jazz, popular, contemporary, etc…)  Programs are tailored to meet students’ needs.

 

 

Lessons

Individual lessons for trombone, euphonium, baritone and tuba are available and scheduled to work within a student’s available schedule and are reasonably priced ($30/30 minutes, $40/45 minutes, $50/60 minutes).  Please contact David Krosschell with any questions.

Trombone BaseCamp

Trombone BaseCamp is a course designed for beginning trombone students.  The four weekly, 90 minute sessions introduce students to the proper fundamentals of hand position, air use, articulation, tone production, intonation, music nomenclature, and basic instrument care and maintenance.  Class sizes range between 3-6 students (enrollment dependant).  Cost is $120 per student covering all four sessions.  Anticipated 2014 class dates will fall in September and October.

Trombone BootCamp

Trombone BootCamp is a class designed for trombone students with at least 1 year of experience to get into excellent playing shape for the upcoming school year.  Students will be placed in groups by similar ability/experience, with no more than 4 students per class.  The camp consists of five consecutive days (Mon-Fri) for 120 minutes each day and will entail shoring-up fundamentals of breathing, tone production, articulation, technique, range extension, and chamber music.

Low Brass BootCamp

Low Brass BootCamp is a class designed for tuba and euphonium students with at least 1 year of experience to get into excellent playing shape for the upcoming school year.  Students will be placed in groups by similar ability/experience, with no more than 4 students per class.  The camp consists of five consecutive days (Mon-Fri) for 120 minutes each day and will entail shoring-up fundamentals of breathing, tone production, articulation, technique, range extension, and chamber music.