3 Trumpet Tutors Found Near Jackson, MS



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Malcolm L.

Trumpet Tutor

Ponchatoula, LA 70454

Will travel 30 miles

$45 per hour.

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Mr. Malcolm's Music School

I graduated from Loyola in 1984 with an emphasis on trumpet. I have taught music at a grammar school for 11 years. I also teach private piano and trumpet after school. Even though group/class lessons are available, private lessons are more successful. One of my piano students has gone on to be the the 1st chair pianist for the La. All-State Jazz band for the 2012-13 school year. I have played professionally in the New Orleans area for 32 years.... [more]


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Dylan C.

Trumpet Tutor

Brookwood, AL 35444

Will travel 40 miles

$25 per hour.

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Tutor interested in learning an instrument

I started playing Trumpet in seventh grade, and went to All State one time on trumpet. I have tutored four people for the trumpet. I also tutor patients at Bryce mental health hospital State facility to play. I have currently taught one person to play there. I love to teach people how to play instruments, it is a skill that will stick with you for life. and it can be used in many ways. I like to use music to help people in my every day life. music is just one of those things that when you learn it, you want to use it for more then just what you have learned. at least for me anyways. I have [more]


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Alice W.

Trumpet Tutor

Tuscaloosa, AL 35405

Will travel 40 miles

$60 per hour.

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30 year photography, digital imaging, fine art professional

I double majored in music performance and fine art receiving a B.S. degree from the University of Alabama with my primary instrument the trumpet. I've played in ensembles and theatre live symphonies as a paid professional. After graduation I continued to play in church ensembles. I marched in my high school band for four years and marched in the University of Alabama's Million Dollar Band while in college. I began my career at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa working in the public relations department as staff photographer. I remained there for 19 years having many opportunities in phot [more]