6 Trombone Tutors Found Near Houston, TX

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Richard S.

Trombone Tutor

Tomball, TX 77377

Will travel 13 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 13 ratings

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Experienced Math/Spanish tutor and teacher

Since I was in 4th grade I have played the trombone. That is 11 years now. I took music classes in college and I played in the University Jazz Band and the University concert band where I attended. I have given lessons to kids before in trombone. I can teach beginning or intermediate trombone. Thank you. I love teaching. I graduated several years ago with a B.S. in Math and Spanish education. In addition, I recently I got a Masters of Education from the University of Houston. I speak Spanish fluently and I can do math fluently. I think both of these subjects can be loads of fun if approached i [more]

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Dylan H.

Trombone Tutor

Katy, TX 77494

Will travel 20 miles

$35 per hour.

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High School Senior tutor Experienced in Math and Basketball

I have performed as a Trombonist in the top Band at my high school for all 4 years, 3 of those being the top chair as well. I have also made the region band twice (Wind Ensemble and Symphonic Winds), and have made All Area, meaning I have auditioned for the All State Band. Band is without a doubt the organization for which I have put forth the most dedication in my 4 years of high school. I have been the Trombone Section Leader all four years and have also participated in the Jazz Ensemble and Full Orchestra. [more]

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Zachary T.

Trombone Tutor

Austin, TX 78751

Will travel 20 miles

$30 per hour.

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Trombone Lessons, Music, History, Social Studies, and English

I have been playing trombone for 13 years. I attended Loyola University New Orleans as a music major (Music Industry studies). I work with kids daily and have taught them games and extra-curricular activities. With these two skills combined, I am able to teach them trombone, as well as other musical subjects. Hi, my name is Zack. I am a trombone player with 13 years of experience in both academic and professional settings. Trombone can be a lot of fun to play! I aim to share that enthusiasm with you or your child. I cover everything from the basics, assistance with school work, playing and bre [more]

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Jim L.

Trombone Tutor

Austin, TX 78759

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

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Experienced French tutor

I have played the trombone for 13 years, including two years of private lessons. I played in band for six years, including a year as drum major (essentially an assistant band director). I also played in a jazz band for two years. I was first chair of the trombone section for most of that time. I have been teaching French in as many different settings as possible for the past four years. I lived in France from 2009-2011, which is where I learned the language, and I went on to major in French and I'm currently pursuing a PhD in French from the University of Texas. I have one-on-one tutoring [more]

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Don N.

Trombone Tutor

Nacogdoches, TX 75961

Will travel 30 miles

$40 per hour.

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The son of two English professors

My first year at San Jacinto Community College I majored in Bass Trombone before switching to tuba. I participated in the Wind Ensemble, brass choir, jazz band, and I plan on continuing to play in jazz band at SFA. I have two years experience teaching trombone to students ranging from 4th grade to High School. Although I am still in college, I have already accrued several years of teaching experience. I have taught marching bands (Pearland HS, Seven Lakes HS both in the Houston areas) for three years, and I taught low brass privately at an international boarding school (also in Houston) for tw [more]

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James S.

Trombone Tutor

College Station, TX 77840

Will travel 10 miles

$20 per hour.

4.95 63 ratings

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Chemistry, Math, Physics, Music, Horticulture

I played trombone for a semester in high school. I played it for a few concerts and I taught classes on it when my director allowed me to cover for him. It was a fairly simple instrument to learn and I did not even require a position chart to learn the instrument as it was easy to use math and common knowledge of another instrument to determine the positions. I later verified all these positions to be correct and received lessons from a trombone player of over 40 years. Since I was little, I've loved helping others learn. I greatly valued education and I have seen what it can do for people. Be [more]