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Acting Principal Trombone, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. Excited to work with you!
I’m a flutist in the Detroit Symphony Orchestra and I have students of all ages, as well as coach recent graduates in preparation for auditions.
Hi, I’m Camille! I’m an American oboist and Associate Principal Oboe of the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra. I love teaching and am happy to offer a free consult!
Associate Principal Horn, Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra. I’m looking forward to working with you!
Horn Instructor, Flint School of Performing Arts, Jackson Community Music School. I have experience teaching beginners, middle school, and high school students.
Assistant Principal Trombonist of The Florida Orchestra. Experienced teacher for students of all ages.
Timpani/Percussion with the Detroit Symphony. Happy to work with you on technique, repertoire, or audition coaching on any instrument in the percussion family!
Scott Strong/3rd Horn, Detroit Symphony Orchestra. I am flexible on lesson times. I would love to offer any help I can!
I perform as principal viola in Bayreuth Festival Orchestra and regularly in major German orchestras. I also play chamber music worldwide. Happy to help you develop!
Freelance harpist & private lesson instructor. Teaching is my passion and I would love to support your harp goals during this time of social distancing!
Second horn of Detroit Symphony Orchestra and Horn Instructor at Wayne State University. I look forward to working with you!
Violinist in the Classical Music Institute, I was part of the Venezuelan Youth Orchestras and the YouTube Symphony Orchestra 2011, I’d love to teach you!
Principal Clarinet, Detroit Symphony. I look forward to working with you!
Section Bass, Detroit Symphony. Looking forward to working with you!
I am a (usually) busy horn player in Chicago, playing anything from Broadway shows to classical concerts – let’s explore the many sides of the horn together!