The flute is one of the oldest instruments in existence; paleolithic flutes from more than 43,000 years ago have been excavated, and the instrument's significance has not faded away. Seated at the front of the modern orchestra, the instrument's prevalence extends from classical music to jazz, progressive rock and more, although the instrument is most commonly seen in orchestras, concert bands, chamber groups, and even flute choirs, which also feature alto and bass variants of the instrument.
Why Flute Lessons?
Classical instruments take many years of practice to unlock proficiency. The world of classical music has a proud tradition of first-class dynamic, rhythmic, and tonal facilities. Lessons with a professional musician can help even the youngest student progress greatly down the long road to solid musicianship. In addition, flute players who work with a private teacher will find themselves advancing significantly faster than those who leave their studies in the band room. A teacher encourages students to achieve their fullest potential and gives them the materials they need to improve tone, reading, and musicianship, so students will often find themselves auditioning and placing in high-ranking ensembles, in addition to finding success in their school band or orchestra.
Whether the lessons be on flute, bass, guitar, ukulele, or piano, a music education with Brandon Giltz of New Orleans Guitar Lessons has a lot to offer to just about anyone.