private trombone classes

We are a network of young & enthusiastic University Students providing the very best in private 1 on 1 trombone lessons in your home – in your local area.


If you are looking for an eager, professional & reliable local trombone teacher to come to your home – one of us will be available, & will be able to provide you a very affordable lesson rate.

What People Are Saying

John is a great teacher – took time to listen to what I wanted to get out of the lessons and we went from there! Very patient and explains things in an easy to understand manner. Loving the lessons and would recommend him to anyone!

Anna Wilde

Jonathan has taught our two children guitar and trombone, and myself ukulele and my husband guitar for the past few years! (We found him to be such a lovely teacher, we all wanted a turn!) He is unfailingly patient, clear and encouraging, and adapts the lesson to each person’s abilities and interests. Fantastic teacher who I would highly recommend.
Julia Undy

Featured Trombone Teachers

Here are just a few of our amazing trombone teachers ready to come to your home to teach trombone

I am currently studying Science at Macquarie University. I love sharing my skills with my trombone students and watching them grow and learn to be proud of their musical achievements.


Trombone Tutor

Currently studying Education at Monash University. I want to be able to share my knowledge and passion for music to my trombone students, whether they’re just starting off or simply just want to improve their pre-existing trombone skills, I want to help them develop their skills in a warm, friendly and encouraging environment. Learning any instrument should be a very fun and enjoyable experience, and all about exploring different styles and genres, and finding ones that you particularly like!


Trombone Tutor

Teaching is on my horizon both as a career and a passion as I’m currently studying Primary Education at the University of Queensland. Some of my fondest memories of learning the trombone lie in the interactions I had with my teachers alongside the care and effort that they put into my learning. I believe that we each have unique gifts and skills to offer, and it’s my goal to find that in my students each and every trombone lesson. Through practice, collaboration and a generous helping of fun – we can achieve great things!


Trombone Tutor

Studying Music at UWA. I am excited by the opportunity to guide a student towards discovering their full potential, and I love to inspire others to share a passion for music.


Trombone Tutor

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EMAIL: musiclessons@customersupport.care

PHONE: 1300 065 228


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Frequently Asked Questions


Is it hard to learn to play the trombone?
Trombone is one of several instruments classified as “low brass”. … One of the easiest instruments to produce a sound on for almost all students. CONS – Because there are no keys or valves on a trombone, it is difficult to play fast moving notes.
How long does it take to learn to play the trombone?
Some trombonists suggest that an adult can learn the basics of trombone in 2-3 months. Many trombonists practice more, often 2-3 hours a day, once they reach an intermediate level with the instrument.
Is trombone good for beginners?
Tenor trombone is the best trombone for beginners. The tenor trombone is the most commonly used and is also the standard type that students start on in school bands or orchestras. … Bass trombone is a good second choice or best for intermediate trombone players, although this guide only covers tenor trombones
What's the easiest brass instrument to learn?
Trombone – the infinite

It is generally said to be the easiest instrument of the brass family. The tones are not controlled by valves, but by the slide instead. And that not only allows these typical drawn tones, but also intermediate ones.May

How much does a beginner trombone cost?
Beginner trombones usually range in cost from $400 to $1,500. Intermediate, or step-up trombones usually range in cost $1,400 to $2,800 and entry level pro trombones (still largely played by advanced students) around $2,800 and up.


How long of a lesson should I take?

For children 5 to 9 years old, a 45 minute musical lesson is sufficient. For studnets 9+ years and students who have specific musical goals such as playing in orchestra, a full 1 hour lesson is a better investment. For any advanced players a 1 hour lesson is highly recommended.

Do I need my own instrument?
We ask all students to have an instrument in their home, so they can practice during the week. Let us know if you need any recommendations!
Can we split a 60 minute lesson into two lessons?

If you have two students wanting to learn, we are able to divide a 60 minute lesson into two 30 minute lessons.

What happens if I leave for 2 months and come back?

If you are leaving for 30 days or longer, you have the option of holding your time and teacher for when you return by paying your normal monthly tuition.You may also withdraw completely and re- register when you return, however your time and teacher may not be available.

Do you accept the government’s Creative Kids Voucher?

Currently we are only accepting Creative Kids Voucher in NSW. We hope to accept the government voucher in other states soon.

Do I need to travel anywhere for my lessons?

We will come to your home, meaning you don’t have to fight traffic to get to after school lessons.

How can we access the MyMusicStaff student portal?

You can visit https://app.mymusicstaff.com/ to log into the student portal. Email us at musiclessons@customersupport.care to get your login details.


Is my child too young to start music lessons?
Our teachers are experienced in teaching students as young as five. Our enthusiastic teachers ensure every lesson is fun and engaging to keep students interested in pursuing their instrument.
How old should my child be to begin music lessons?

Children as young as five can begin learning their instrument and basic music theory.

We are very experienced in tutoring young children who are complete beginners, and have all the patience and personality needed to engage your child and give them best start in their musical journey.


Is a 45 minute lesson too long for my child?

In our 45 minute lessons, we are able to cover music theory, technical skills alongside the songs we teach. These important aspects of musical education are often skipped over in 30 minute lessons.

How do I know my child is progressing ?

To keep our students learning and progressing, we use the Musical Ladder system. Every 3 months our students take a test with their teacher to make sure they are absorbing the material in the lessons and making progress. Our students love this system as they get to earn cool colourful wristbands and certificates as well as trophies for their achievements! Our teachers also will take the time to conference

What happens if I ( my child ) gets sick and can’t make a lesson one day?

We have group make up classes on the weekend, that are age and level appropriate. You can sign up online for as many as you would like and the make up never expires, meaning you can take the make up class a week or 2 months later.


What are your teachers qualifications?

We are highly experienced in teaching students of all ages and skill levels, and have completed the relevant exams that allow us to teach. All teachers have undertaken a government certified “Working with children” police check.


How does booking lessons work?

We offer weekly lessons, scheduled at the same time each week, with your teacher. Our lessons run throughout the school terms.

How frequently do I need to pay for lessons?

Students have the option of paying per month or term. Invoices are sent to students on a termly basis, so please let us know if you prefer monthly billing.

How does the payment work?

We ask all students to pay via direct debit or credit card. Our teachers will not accept cash. Lessons are prepaid to guarantee your placement.

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Why Should You Take Trombone Lessons?

We want to encourage our kids to have hobbies (ie things that keep them busy and are hopefully educational). Meaningful, long-term hobbies like learning the trombone is one of the most purposeful and long-lasting.

Buying a trombone for kids is a financial gamble that begs the question, is it worth it? YES— is the short answer. You don’t have to go crazy, buying a full-size trombone before you even know if they are interested (or have any potential).

It’s better to start with a scaled-down version until you and your child have decided it’s still interesting after the first month.

With programs such as Music Lessons Academy providing in home and online trombone lessons it’s easy to get our kids started on their musical journey— it even keeps them busy for periods of time (we’ve been testing it out during quarantine and yes, it does really work!). There’s no having to drive to lessons but they still get to learn notes and follow a rhythm.

There are a lot of studies that look into the effects of learning to play the trombone on the development of children and their brains.

Everything from improved concentration to higher levels of emotional intelligence to increased math ability has been associated with skills credited to the trombone.

Whether or not you’re looking for an activity to do for learning or are simply looking for a kid-friendly outlet for stress or anxiety, we have rounded up a range of options for the best trombone for kids and toddlers that may pique your child’s interest. Play on mini-Mozart!

Before your child begins trombone lessons, be sure you sit down and have a conversation about what you expect.

I recommend agreeing on a time of day to practice, every day, even if that practice is only for them to play for five minutes. Start small, but start consistent, and then you’ll have something to build on as your child advances through their trombone lessons to the point where they can play many songs on the trombone.

The first lesson is important to establish whether or not the young child wants to progress any further with their musical education. Please note, no child is instantly gifted with the ability to play the trombone from the first lesson, PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE is the key to learn everything there is about the trombone.

Even if the first step is just to learn a note or some notes and begin to string them together, kids just need time to practice and have fun with the keys until they ready to pursue bigger and better things.

We know that Music Lessons Academy is a great option for beginner trombone students who want to start trombone lessons, with fantastic teachers that want to progress and develop your ability to play trombone at an early age to help you explore your interest in trombone and build confidence.

If your child or children wants to learn trombone, start with us as we have many resources to help our students achieve their musical goals.

Even if your child has already started trombone lessons and you haven’t done some of these things, no worries!

Music lessons are an ongoing process, and trombone students will benefit as you apply these ideas at any time during their education. Visit online at Music Lessons Academy Instagram for posts that show helpful ideas for students to learn and develop.

Learning to play the trombone is incredibly rewarding, but getting started is a challenge.

That’s where Music Lessons Academy can help you make the most of your practice. Start from opening your case for the first time and progress all the way to playing your first melodies. Master all of the techniques necessary to become a great trombonist. On the way, you’ll also learn music theory and musicianship skills.

And save money while you study with us! Private lessons are expensive. Each Music Lessons Academy Trombone course provides an entire year’s worth of lessons, for a fraction of the cost, and at your own convenience.



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