Andrew Zelm is the Director of Bands at the Frances Xavier Warde school in Chicago and serves on the faculty at the ChiArts where he directs a jazz combo and teaches low brass technique.
He also runs a full studio of low brass students at Evanston Township High School and Elk Grove Village High School.
Music Education Philosophy
Taking music and instrumental lessons is the most efficient way for musicians to improve their performance ability and musicianship skills. They can then incorporate these new music skills into rehearsals and concerts at school, which will bring their entire musical experience to the next level.
Trombone/Euphonium/Tuba Lessons and Workshops
Include low brass technique, breathing, posture, note-reading, performing a variety of musical styles, lip slurs, legato playing, intonation, performing challenging low brass repertoire, theory, ear-training, and sight reading.
Jazz and Improvisation Lessons and Workshops
Include improvisation, ear-training, listening, jazz style, solo transcription, ensemble playing, the art of learning jazz standards, jazz theory, composition, and jazz history.
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