Brass, Woodwinds, Strings
B2R offers private lessons in strings, woodwinds and brass, depending on site and faculty availability. Students learn proper technique, rhythm interpretation, note reading, theory and performance from working professionals with extensive experience in teaching music at all levels.
Instruments include but are not limited to:
- French Horn
- Alto Saxophone
- Baritone Saxophone
- Bass Clarinet
- Tenor Saxophone
- Double Bass
Small group (2 or 3-to-1) lessons in piano/keyboard, guitar, bass, voice, drums, woodwinds, brass and many more. Instruction is each week for 30 or 60 minutes. Recommended for children ages 7 and up. We also recommend registering two students for the same lesson type to ensure the lessons take place. Two students are required to schedule a semi-private lesson. We will make our best efforts to pair students that sign up individually but cannot guarantee the lessons will occur without a second student.
"We love our flute instructor! He has been incredibly helpful, insightful and has a great personality to work with middle school students!"
- C.M. from Brambleton
"Variety of options/types of instrument instructors and lesson/class times/days."
- R.C. from Chantilly
"Let me start by saying thank you for your lessons. You have a very qualified staff that have mentorship qualities that help to teach. I am not a traditional student, nor am I your target audience of beginner. I haven't played in twenty years and needed to dust the rust off of my horn (and playing skills) to perform in the Macy's Thanksgiving Parade with my old Drum Corps. Your help was very much appreciated. And thank you for a job well done. I forgot why I loved to play and I have no idea why I stopped. I love music and performing. You should remind the young ones you teach that they will miss playing and appreciate what you teach them someday. Music is the transfer of emotion through sound! Well done B2R!"
- K.D. from Centreville
"The ability to learn music that you like and with people who seem to love what they do!"
- L.T. from South Riding