Band & Orchestra Lessons In the Comfort Of Your Home

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You know it’s time to get the children started with in-home private music lessons. Maybe the lessons are for you, how about the whole family? You’re smart enough to know that music lessons are important but what about finding a teacher? Do you call a music store? Will their teacher be right for you? Then there’s the getting there; the traffic, hauling the kids back and forth, what about dinner? Yeah – Right! Like that’s going to happen. You don’t need lessons with just any ol’ teacher, especially a task master, intimidating, practice demanding monster that bores students. What you’re looking for is an engaged, fun, well-educated, motivational, big smiling and super excited personality that loves teaching Music. A teacher who makes lessons fun. You already know what you need. You need Lessons in Your Home-the music teachers who come to your home or school to teach fun, private music lessons. Their teachers constantly think of great ways to motivate every student. They turn students into dazzling musicians ready to break out a song and share their talents with the world. Now you’re saying “Hey, this could work” Lessons in your Home teaches piano, guitar, voice, violin, in fact they teach every music instrument you could think of. Getting started is as easy as 1,2,3. 

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  3. Schedule and start your lessons. What are you waiting for? Start Lessons now with Lessons in Your Home!

Get Private Band & Orchestra Lessons Across The Nation With Our Teachers

Lessons In Your Home is a tight-knit family of world-class band & orchestra teachers. We’re passionate about helping students take extracurricular band & orchestra lessons to the next level in a fun, personable environment. Our key to success is ensuring the best student/teacher relationship. Our private lessons are done in-home, and our teachers will come to you.

Rachel Love

Instrument(s): Piano, Voice

City: Denver

Rachel Love is from a small farming town in southern Wisconsin where she started taking piano lessons from a local teacher named Caroline Hilliard in 2004. Mrs. Hilliard was well known in Monticello and had taught generations of families. Even Rachel’s older sister took piano lessons from Mrs. Hilliard.

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Patrick Hyatte

Instrument(s): Cello, Viola, Violin

City: Denver

Patrick Hyatte, a violinist native to St. Paul, Minnesota, began his musical journey studying and performing the violin since 2005. He is an alumnus of the University of Minnesota where he received his bachelor’s degree in violin performance under the tutelage of Sally O’Reilly. He went to high school at the …

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Meaghan Tattershall

Instrument(s): Viola, Violin

City: Denver

Meaghan’s first experience with the violin was watching a concert by the Colorado Symphony where the violinist had a solo and that’s when she decided she just had to learn how to play the violin.

Meaghan began learning violin through school where she continued on to play on in competitions and pit orchestr…

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Zack Demos

Instrument(s): Trombone

City: Denver

Zack has experience not only in teaching private lessons and giving clinics (10+ years), but is also in demand as a performer and composer. He leads his own 10-piece jazz collective called Nostal-jazz (nuh-STAHL-jazz) which plays video game soundtracks, TV show theme songs, and film music of the last few deca…

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Collin Fitzgerald

Instrument(s): Bass Guitar, Guitar

City: Atlanta

Hailing from Merritt Island, Florida, Collin Fitzgerald began his professional music career not long after picking up the instrument. After watching his father bring strangers together at a campground with the power of a song, Collin was overwhelmed with inspiration. This inspiration has still not left Collin…

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Alexander Ramazanov

Instrument(s): Piano, Trumpet

City: Houston

Alexander Ramazanov started playing trumpet when he was 7 years old in Ekaterinburg, Russia, and received specialized music education later in Moscow. In 2015, he decided to move across the Atlantic Ocean in pursuit of his dream to be a professional musician. In 2019, he graduated with a Bachelor of Music fro…

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Aman Almeida

Instrument(s): Drums, Guitar, Piano

City: Seattle

Aman is a performing multi-instrumentalist and songwriter from Bangalore, India who loves to teach music to anyone who is interested. He tailors his teaching style to fit his students’ personalities, abilities, and academic schedules, so they can have a fun yet productive learning experience.

He first en…

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Grant Slater

Instrument(s): Guitar

City: Dallas

Grant Slater teaches the guitar and is a college student at Texas Christian University. He was born in Mesa, Arizona, and was raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He loves music because it gives him the freedom to express himself and dive deep into the songs he loves, as well as make his own. He likes listening to all…

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Nicole Daniels

Instrument(s): Guitar, Piano, Ukulele, Voice

City: Houston

Humming to music as early as six months old, it was always clear that Nicole would become a singer. In her early years, she was introduced to a wide range of music, from rock to opera, by her dad and grandma. By age 10, she began to discover her love for musical theater and pop music, later learning how to pl…

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Violeta Kascelan

Instrument(s): Piano

City: Houston

Mrs. Violeta Kascelan is trained in the classical Russian method. She studied with famous musicians and teachers from the former Soviet Union. She started her studies at Professional Music School at the age of seven.

Violeta is an accomplished solo pianist and accompanist with an experience of over…

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The Benefits of Learning Band & Orchestra Instruments

As a student, there are so many ways to get involved! The school band and orchestra are popular options of extracurricular activities to explore. Students experience a wide range of benefits when participating in band or orchestra. Playing a musical instrument has been proven to support mental health and overall well-being. In fact, learning band and orchestra instruments can help with cognitive development and improving brain functioning. Learning to play band and orchestra instruments has also been proven to lower stress levels and provide opportunities for teamwork and socialization. Learning an instrument along with others your age can help you connect with peers and gain confidence in your social skills which will follow a student their entire life.

My Child’s Already in a Band/Orchestra – Are Private Lessons Still Needed?

Private lessons offer your child the opportunity to receive one-on-one attention while learning an instrument. Private lessons for band and orchestra students can help boost your child’s confidence as they continue to learn and grow in between classes and performances. Band and orchestra are great ways for your child to learn foundational skills, and private music lessons in your home can positively impact your child’s life and take that passion to the next level. Lessons In Your Home offers private music lessons for a variety of instruments and age groups, and these lessons are especially popular among children and students participating in their school’s band or orchestra.

Different Band & Orchestra Instruments You Could Learn

Band and orchestra offer opportunities with a wide range of musical instruments to learn. Musical instruments commonly used in bands and orchestras include four major categories of instrument families: woodwind, brass, string, and percussion. Here are common examples of the different band and orchestra instruments your child can learn at school and with private lessons.

Woodwind Instruments for Band & Orchestra

Woodwind instruments got their name from the wood material they used to be made of and for the way you play them by blowing air through a mouthpiece. Today, woodwind instruments can be made of wood, metal, plastic, or a combination of these materials. Woodwind instruments are typically in a cylinder or pipe shape with holes with a mouthpiece at the top and a hole at the bottom.

Common woodwind instruments in band and orchestra include: Clarinet, Flute, Oboe and Bassoon.

Brass Instruments for Band & Orchestra

Brass instruments got their name from the material they were and continue to be made of: brass. These instruments have a mouthpiece with long pipes that end in a bell-shaped opening. Brass instruments have curved and twisted pipes with valves that look like buttons that open and close different parts of the instrument.

Common brass instruments in band and orchestra include: Trumpet, French horn, Trombone and Tuba.

String Instruments for Band & Orchestra

String instruments got their name from the strings that run across the body of the instrument and help create the sound. While many string instruments are made of wood, the sound comes from the strings that are played by fingers or a bow. String instruments range from small, handheld instruments to those that rest against the ground and upper body.

Common string instruments for band and orchestra include: Violin, Viola, Cello and Bass.

Percussion Instruments for Band & Orchestra

Percussion instruments refer to a wide range of instruments that make a sound from being hit, shaken, or scraped. Some percussion instruments can be tuned to play different notes or sounds, while others do not have a definite pitch and instead are used to keep the rhythm. Other percussion instruments create special sounds and add excitement to a musical piece.

Common percussion instruments for band and orchestra include: Drums and Piano.

What Will I Learn When I Take Band & Orchestra Music Lessons at Lessons in Your Home?

Students who take private music lessons and participate in band or orchestra will learn to both master and enjoy their instruments of choice. Playing in a group throughout your childhood and school-age years helps children grow and develop cognitively and socially. Private lessons help to enhance your child’s experience through one-on-one attention they might not receive in a larger group. Private lessons also create opportunities for your child to practice good habits and offer a competitive edge.

Learn to Play Band & Orchestra Instruments Today

Schedule one-on-one private lessons for your band or orchestra student today with Lessons in Your Home. Visit us online to learn more about our unique approach to private lessons and how your child can learn to play the band or orchestra instrument of their choice with private lessons.

Woodwind Instruments for Band & Orchestra

Woodwind instruments got their name from the wood material they used to be made of and for the way you play them by blowing air through a mouthpiece. Today, woodwind instruments can be made of wood, metal, plastic, or a combination of these materials. Woodwind instruments are typically in a cylinder or pipe shape with holes with a mouthpiece at the top and a hole at the bottom.

Common woodwind instruments in band and orchestra include: Clarinet, Saxophone, Flute, Oboe, and Bassoon

Brass Instruments for Band & Orchestra

Brass instruments got their name from the material they were and continue to be made of: brass. These instruments have a mouthpiece with long pipes that end in a bell-shaped opening. Brass instruments have curved and twisted pipes with valves that look like buttons that open and close different parts of the instrument.

Common brass instruments in band and orchestra include: Trumpet, French horn, Trombone, Tuba, and Baritone. 

String Instruments for Band & Orchestra

String instruments got their name from the strings that run across the body of the instrument and help create the sound. While many string instruments are made of wood, the sound comes from the strings that are played by fingers or a bow. String instruments range from small, handheld instruments to those that rest against the ground and upper body.

Common string instruments for band and orchestra include: Violin, Viola, Cello, and Bass

Percussion Instruments for Band & Orchestra

Percussion instruments refer to a wide range of instruments that make a sound from being hit, shaken, or scraped. Some percussion instruments can be tuned to play different notes or sounds, while others do not have a definite pitch and instead are used to keep the rhythm. Other percussion instruments create special sounds and add excitement to a musical piece.

Common percussion instruments for band and orchestra include: Snare, Bells, Xylophone, Cymbals, and Tympani.

FAQs

What styles of band and orchestra instruments can I learn?

Lessons in Your Home offers private lessons for a wide variety of band and orchestra instruments, including woodwind, brass, strings, and percussion instruments.

Do I need to have an instrument to start lessons?

You don’t need to own your own instrument in order to start lessons, but you will need to secure one somehow. Many bands and orchestras will offer loaner instruments to children, and you can also look into renting one from a locally-owned store in your area. If you aren’t sure where to look for an instrument, you can talk to your teacher to get some resources and ideas on where to rent, buy, or borrow one from.

How old do you have to be to start taking band and orchestra lessons?

Lessons In Your Home teaches children as young as five years old. We offer orchestra and band music lessons for students who currently play in or want to join their school or community ensemble.

How much time should be spent practicing band and orchestra instruments?

Practice and repetition are the keys to success when it comes to learning band and orchestra instruments. If your child is already in their school or community’s band or orchestra, then they likely get to practice regularly with a group. It is generally recommended that you practice each day to get the most out of learning a new instrument.

Do I need to prepare anything for my first band or orchestra lesson?

Our teachers will meet you where you’re at! Not only do we provide private lessons in your home, but we also offer private lessons with one-on-one attention that addresses your age, experience, skill level, goals, and needs. The best thing you can do is come to your first private lesson with an open mind and an eagerness to get started.

How much do band and orchestra music lessons cost?

Lessons in Your Home offers a variety of weekly session times, including 30, 45, and 60 minutes. The cost for private lessons will vary based on the length of time and frequency of sessions. Call us today or fill out our online form to learn more about the cost of band and orchestra music lessons for your child.