Offering private lessons since 2013, Chambers Music Studio is the premier music school for trombone lessons. We make an unparalleled commitment to our students and are able to tailor our students’ instruction to meet their individual needs, regardless of skill or experience level. Our gifted instructors make it easy for our students to learn in a comfortable and relaxed environment. Contact the Chambers Music Studio today to register for your trombone lessons.
Why Should You Take Trombone Lessons?
Everyone loves to hear a skilled musician play the trombone. Interestingly, many musicians first learn to play the trombone before advancing on to other instruments. The trombone is genuinely a terrific instrument to start on. It is great for the beginner musician because it is easy to play, it provides a solid foundation for playing any instrument, and, maybe most importantly, it is fun to play. The trombone is featured in classical music, jazz, blues, rock, folk music, and many other musical genres. The trombone can be enjoyed so many different ways – solo performances, accompanied by vocalists, or accompanied by other instruments and musicians.
Our instructors at the Chambers Music Studio love giving trombone lessons at our studio. We incorporate sight-reading, ear-training, music history, musicianship, musicality, and proper technique in all our private trombone classes. We also love to use various music games to help strengthen our students’ understanding of music concepts. Trombone students may participate in a wide array of events including, family recitals, nursing home recitals, and more!
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About Trombone Lessons
With a public school music background, owner and instructor Julie Chambers has been teaching private lessons from her home since 2013. She has enjoyed watching her students grow musically, emotionally, and developmentally. She has been committed to offering her students the best private lessons in all of central Ohio. She works with a team of the most gifted instructors which will make your trombone lessons a truly special experience. Chambers Music Studio offers its students excellent instruction and a comfortable environment in which to learn. Recognizing that trombone lessons offered out of someone’s home can be a bit isolating, Julie collaborated with friends and community leaders to create a community music school that provides a more colloquial setting for trombone lessons.
Trombone Lessons: What To Know
Chambers Music Studio takes great pride in the quality of its trombone lessons and other musical instruction. We have the best instructors around and have the right instructor for you, regardless of your skill or experience level. Julie pairs each student with the ideal instructor based upon the student’s interests, availability, and needs. She takes the time to get to know each student so they are suitably paired with the best instructor for their trombone lessons.
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Performance Goals For Your Trombone Lessons
We’ve all heard that learning music is like learning another language—a beautiful, fun, interesting language. Mastery requires lots of patience, time, and practice. We invite students to participate in any number of educational activities as a means to encourage their enthusiasm and promote their progress. Some students might have an interest in performing amidst the hustle and bustle of a coffee shop or ice cream parlor. Others may prefer formal recitals at a local church or performance hall. Some students enjoy performing alongside other musicians at events like our well-known. There are those students, too, who appreciate critique of their play and choose to perform to an audience of judges. No matter your preference, Chamber Music Studio offers an option that suits your personality and satisfies your performance ambitions.
Other Advantages Of Your Trombone Lessons
Despite popular belief, trombone lessons aren’t exclusively for young children. The trombone can be learned at any time throughout one’s life, from preschool to beyond retirement. In fact, though there is certainly a positive impact on the brain from learning music as a child, taking trombone lessons can be beneficial to anyone, no matter their age. There are many benefits to taking trumpet lessons from Chambers Music Studio.
Your Financial Investment for your Trombone Lessons
Research has proven the emotional, physical, and mental benefits that playing the trombone can offer. At Chambers Music Studio, we’re dedicated to providing you the highest quality instruction in an enjoyable atmosphere. You’ll develop your expertise in technique, musicianship skills, sight-reading, ear-training, musical styles, and more. With our competitive rates there’s no where you’ll want to be.
Music And The Brain
Scientists have studied the effects of music on the mind. Music keeps your brain engaged. Listening to or playing music offers your brain mental exercise that keeps it strong throughout the aging process.
Music And Your Health
Scientists have also found that listening to and playing music, like the trombone, positively affects your mental health and mood. Listening to and playing music has been shown to reduce anxiety, blood pressure, and pain while improving one’s memory, mental alertness, and sleep quality.
Music And Language Skills/Literacy Development
Not only does music benefit your physical and mental health, but it also improves early language and literacy development. Learning how to play the trombone has been shown to have many cognitive benefits. This process serves to sharpen the mind, as well as enhance communication skills. These benefits have been shown to be incredibly long-lasting. Many adults show enhanced neural responses due to taking trombone lessons as children, even if they no longer play. Though these benefits are likely more pronounced in children, due to the enhanced elasticity of their brains, they can provide benefits for adults, as well.
Trombone Lessons And Dexterity
By learning to play the trombone, a person learns to work with both hands separately and simultaneously completing complex actions. Hand-eye coordination is enhanced by reading the notes and taking the necessary subsequent action with one’s fingers. Learning how to play the trombone requires incredibly complex functions.
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Virtual Trombone Lessons At Chambers Music Studio
During these unprecedented times, Chambers Music Studio is committed to the health and safety of its students and instructors. As such, we are offering online and virtual instruction to our students in addition to in person trombone lessons. Contact Chambers Music Studio to learn more about our online or virtual instruction. We offer lessons in Piano, Violin, Viola, Bass, Cello, Strings, Singing, Voice, Guitar, Ukulele, Brass, Trumpet, Euphonium, Woodwinds, Oboe, Flute, Saxophone, Clarinet, Drums, Percussion and more.
Frequently Asked Questions
A: We welcome students of all ages.
A: Trombone students generally do well at ages 10 and up. Some younger students can begin trombone lessons. Contact us for more information.
A: Of course, practice is important between lessons to remember everything we’ve learned.
A: Very young children should keep practice sessions short and fun. With as little at 5 minutes a few times a week a piano student can progress quickly while enjoying music.
A: Every day is a wonderful goal.
A:Some students are very busy and involved in numerous activities. Those busy students can still progress with as little as 1-3 practice sessions a week. The best rule to follow is the day after a lesson, the day before a lesson, and a day or two in between.
A: Yes, anyone can begin learning music at any age. The lessons will be tailored to your specific goals.
A: Our teachers have studied various methods of teaching including Kodaly, Orff, Dalcroze, Suzuki, etc. Our lessons include developing proper technique, sight-reading, ear-training, and musicianship, while learning various styles and pieces.
A: For trombone students in Bexley, Ohio an acoustic trombone is desired.
We have so many opportunities for students to perform for family and friends at formal recitals, community performances, and adjudicated events. Check out our community performances here.
*From her review of Music and Early Language Acquisition from Frontiers in Psychology.