Michael Sarian’s Routine

Brooklyn trumpet player, composer and bandleader Michael Sarian shares with us the interesting trumpet routine that allows him to be ready for his multiple performances.

David Krauss’ Routine

For an orchestral soloist like David Krauss, a short but effective warm up is essential to carry out his work with the utmost precision. In this course he explains his way of thinking about it and gives us some exercises in case we want to take ideas for our own warm up.

Trumpet Fundamentals by José Sibaja

José Sibaja (member of Boston Brass, associate professor at Vanderbilt University and a legendary session musician) condenses his trumpet philosophy in this series of video lessons.

You Must Be Smarter Than the Trumpet

In this great series of video lessons, Dennis Edelbrock (adjunct professor of Trumpet at George Mason University) offers us his enormous experience as a trumpeter and as a teacher, teaching us how to practice intelligently and getting the most out of it.

Working as a Team

We have a lot of courses to learn technique, soloist repertoire, jazz... but music is more enjoyed in groups, so here you have this course to learn how to work in a team.

How to Learn and Teach the Trumpet

In this course different teachers will give us some tips both to learn ourselves and to teach our students to play the trumpet.

A Lot of Ideas for Trumpet Routines

In this course we have a handful of teachers who will explain to us what their basic ideas are regarding the different issues we work on during a practice routine: warm-up, technical maintenance, etc.

Psychology for Musicians

Athletes and performing artists, in general, have psychologists and coaches. Why is this sometimes a taboo for musicians? In this course we intend to compile advice for musicians by specialized psychologists, we hope it will be helpful for you!

Practice While Paying Attention to Details

José Cháfer gives us an extremely complete practice routine that takes in the majority of technical aspects necessary for playing the trumpet. He pays special attention not on what to practice but on how to practice them.

Fernando Ciancio’s Routine

Playing in a symphony orchestra and being a soloist requires that you perform at an elite level on a daily basis. In this series, Fernando Ciancio (principal trumpet of the Buenos Aires Philharmonic Orchestra, Argentina) shows his routine.

The Baroque Trumpet

More and more trumpeters are interested in learning to play the natural trumpet and the Baroque trumpet, so in Trumpet Magazine we are offering you this course in which Vicente Alcaide, one of the most representative Spanish specialists and disciple of Igino Conforzi, will teach us how to start practicing with this beautiful instrument.
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