Becoming an instrumentalist
The baritone has a similar range as the trombone, but with a slightly more conical sound. Composers use it in the band, brass quintets, brass bands, marching bands, and as a solo instrument. I think it is the easiest of the brass instruments to play. The lips and facial muscles around them combine to form the embouchure. The embouchure and the vocal cords are connected, in that they receive signals from the same part of the brain, the part we use to communicate. This makes playing a brass instrument, like the baritone, very much like singing, or telling a story, at least from the brain’s point of view.
Unlock your inner musician
During our lessons, I will teach you to sing through your baritone and give you a method to make your playing free and easy. Let me show you what I mean!
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My pricing is simple.
Every 30 minutes is $25 and lessons can be flexible to best suit your needs. For example you may be interested in weekly recurring lessons (30 or 60 min each) or a one-time audition prep (60 min).
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If you have questions about taking music lessons with me, please reach out. I am happy to help!
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