New! Tuba, Euphonium, Sousaphone and Baritone Lessons at Bom-B Music


Are you looking for new musical challenges? Or would you like to learn to play the tuba, euphonium, sousaphone, or baritone? Bom-B Music is excited to announce that they now offer lessons for these beautiful brass instruments!

Our experienced music teachers are passionate about passing on their knowledge and techniques to new generations of musicians. Whether you’re a beginner or already have experience, our custom lessons have something for everyone.

In these lessons, you will learn about:

  • Breathing support for the tuba, euphonium, sousaphone, and baritone.
  • Tongue techniques for playing these instruments.
  • How to apply vibrato and other aspects of playing.
  • How to play solo music and improve ensemble playing.
  • How to improvise on these instruments, including playing a bassline or walking bass.

In addition to all these technical aspects, we love telling curiosities about the instrument as well as sharing details about music theory applied to the performance with the instruments.

Moreover, you will have access to our excellent music facilities, including professional recording and practice rooms. You will also have the opportunity to practice with different musical styles, from classical to jazz.

Our tuba, euphonium, sousaphone, and baritone lessons are now available at Bom-B Music. Don’t hesitate to contact us to sign up for lessons and discover the wonderful world of these magnificent instruments!

If you still want to know more in detail how our teacher Alberto guides the lessons, you can visit our “Tuba, euphonium, baritone and sousaphone lessons” page.

Although it is not usual to see the tuba in its solo role, there are great pieces and concerts written for this instrument. One of the pieces that Alberto always talks about is the Concerto for tuba and orchestra by John Williams (indeed, the same John Williams from the soundtracks also composes for solo performances and another instruments!). Surely after listening to part of this concerto, more than one of you will have changed your conception of these instruments 😉

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