We've reimagined the private brass & woodwind lesson experience. Whether you play trumpet, saxophone, clarinet, flute or oboe, music lessons should lead the way to a musical life — out there in the real, modern world. We acknowledge and embrace the music that students actually love. That's why at Music House, our students learn to see the direct connection between popular music and the traditional repertoire. An innovative curriculum, constant access to a dedicated faculty, performance opportunities, Workshop Bands, and monthly jam sessions add up to an educational experience you'll find nowhere else in the Kansas City metro.
Woodwind & Brass lessons are scheduled weekly, for 30 or 60 minutes, and are available at our Overland Park, Lenexa, & Prairie Village locations.
How do I sign up?
To sign up, call us at 913-562-4112 or click here to enroll. Some upper level workshops may require a brief evaluation by a program manager. Placement in non-beginner group classes may also require a brief in-person evaluation.
Do I need my own instrument?
Yes & No. If you’d like to give one of our many Community Classes a try, you’ll be just fine without an instrument. However, for Core Classes, Workshops, and Private Lessons you will need your own instrument to practice with. The only instruments we provide at Music House are drums, pianos, microphones, and amplifiers.
Do you rent instruments?
No, but many local music stores close by rent and sell instruments. Call us for recommendations.
Will I need any materials?
Some lessons and classes may require materials like books and metronomes in addition to your instrument. If you're unsure of what to bring, never fear! We'll stay in touch prior to your first lesson if you have any questions.
Meet Our Brass & Woodwinds Teachers
Our faculty is full of experienced, enthusiastic, and caring teachers.
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Take the headache out of getting started
Our "First Steps" guide has everything you need to know to get started. Whether you're interested in guitar, piano, drums, or voice, this guide has all the answers—including advice on purchasing instruments.