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Supplemental Instruction

MusicProfessor supplements private lessons where they are unavailable, unaffordable, or both.

Teacher Accounts

For just $250/year, teachers can enroll for an 'Administrator' account, which grants access to the entire MusicProfessor library and provides a number of useful classroom tools.

Schools, Districts, and Universities

MusicProfessor provides extremely discounted rates to groups, no matter how large or small, with full, 24/7 access to the MP library.

Affordable Alternative

For just $3/month, students have access to an entire instrument's library as well as MusicProfessor auxiliary courses on Music Theory and Conducting.

Tools for Teachers

MusicProfessor provides a number of tools for teachers, including the ability to enroll students, send assignments, and monitor classroom activity.

More To Come

The MusicProfessor library is being constantly updated, and we consider all customer recommendations and reviews for new material and material revisions.

Browse our comprehensive curriculum library.

Flute

MusicProfessor's flute course covers everything from forming an embouchure to playing challenging, advanced etudes. Spend time mastering the fine art of flute while playing with some fantastic instructors!

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Oboe

In MusicProfessor's Oboe library, instructor Jonathan Marzluf guides students through the challenges of playing the oboe. Learn to strengthen and develop your tone, troubleshoot reeds, and play in tune.

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Clarinet

In MusicProfessor's Clarinet curriculum, students will learn everything from forming an embouchure, to troubleshooting squeaky tone, to playing challenging, advanced etudes.

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Bassoon

In this course, MusicProfessor instructor Leslie Massenburg, guides students through the basics of bassooning all the way through advanced etudes. Learn how to form an embouchure, adjust a read, and troubleshoot tricky fingering passages.

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Saxophone

Saxophone is a fun instrument to play, and MusicProfessor's curriculum will help you get the most out of your learning. Master the range, tone, and technique necessary to become a great sax player.

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Trumpet

MusicProfessor instructor John Holt teaches aspiring trumpet players how to form and strengthen their embouchure and develop clean, clear tone.

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Horn

Forming an embouchure and acquiring a keen ear are important horn fundamentals to master. Learn how to have these tools under your belt, and work your way to our advanced solos and etudes.

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Trombone

In this course, MusicProfessor instructor Ben Osborne guides students through trombone basics like forming and strengthening your embouchure, slide positions, and the enharmonic series in order to prepare you for our more advanced curriculum.

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Bass Trombone

In this brief course, MusicProfessor instructor Ben Osborne guides students through intermediate and advanced Bass Trombone etudes, including Texas ATSSB and TMEA audition material.

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Euphonium

In this course, MusicProfessor instructor Brian Bowman teaches students how to be effective, musical euphonium players. Learn how to form and strengthen your embouchure and develop quick, accurate fingers.

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Tuba

Learn how to be an effective, musical Tuba player under the tutelage of Kevin Wass. In this MusicProfessor series, you'll learn how to develop and strengthen your embouchure, increase your endurance, and master your tone.

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Extracurricular

MusicProfessor's Extracurricular library is included with every membership. Our current courses include Conducting Fundamentals and Music Theory, and we've got plenty more on the way!

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Meet Our Instructors

  • Ben Osborne

    Trombone

    Ben has served as second trombone of the Austin Symphony Orchestra since 2008. He has performed on numerous occasions with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra and has served as facu...

  • Blaise Ferrandino

    Extracurricular

    Dr. Blaise J. Ferrandino is Professor and Division Chair of Music Theory and Composition at Texas Christian University where he has been since 1990.

  • Brian Bowman

    Euphonium

    Characterized by a virtuosic technique and a warm, rich, velvet tone, Brian Bowmans playing has thrilled audiences for more than a quarter of a century. His superb musicianship and dedication to fine brass playing ha

  • Dave Wilson

    Saxophone

    Dave Wilsonis a Los Angeles-basedsaxophonist-composer, who graduated from the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, and is currently workingtowards a Ph.D. in Ethnomusicology at UCLAs Herb Alpert

  • Heather Test

    Horn

    Heather Testis an active freelance horn player and educator in the North Texas area. She performed in The Dallas Opera Orchestra as acting 3rd horn for the 2012-2013 season and is a regular substitute player in

  • John Holt

    Trumpet

    John Holt is Associate Professor of Trumpet and Chair of the Division of Instrumental Studies at the University of North Texas. Holt is in his 25th year as principal trumpet with the Dallas Opera Orchestra. The consummate m

  • John Zastoupil

    Extracurricular

    John Zastoupil is the Associate Director of Bands and lecturer in Music Education at the University of Texas - Arlington.

  • Jonathan Marzluf

    Oboe

    Jonathan Marzluf is one of Southern Californias most active freelance oboists. He began his oboe and reed-making studies at the young age of eleven years old, in Columbus, Ohio, and is now an internationally re

  • Kathryn Nevin

    Clarinet

    Kathryn Nevin is a freelance clarinetist in Southern California, regularly performing in manyorchestral, chamber and solo settings. She is a member of Calico Winds, an award-winning internationally touring wind quintet, whose recordings and perfo

  • Kevin Berg

    Oboe

    Dr. Berg received his Bachelors degree in Performance from the University of Montana and his masters and doctoral degrees from the University of Texas. Along with his position in the Austin Symphony, he has been featured with the Columbus Symphony Orches

  • Kevin Wass

    Tuba

    Kevin Wass, Associate Professor of Tuba and Euphonium at Texas Tech University, holds the Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of Michigan, the Bachelor of Science degree (Summa cum laude) in Music Education from Dana College in Blair, Nebras

  • Leslie Massenburg

    Bassoon

    Leslie is a frequent substitute with the Dallas Symphony, recently accompanying them on their residency in Vail, as well as the Ft. Worth Symphony, Dallas Summer Musicals, and the New World Symphony in Miami, Florida.

  • Lisa Garner-Santa

    Flute

    Lisa Garner Santa currently serves as Professor of Flute at Texas Tech University. Dr. Garner Santa holds performance degrees from West Texas State University, Florida State University, and The Shepherd School of

  • Mary Druhan

    Clarinet

    Dr. Mary Alice Druhan teaches at Texas AM University Commerce where she has been recognized with awards for both teaching and research. She has served on a teaching panel discussion for the International Clarin

  • Noelle Fabian

    Saxophone

    Noelle Fabian is a well established young performer and educator in the Dallas- Fort Worth area. An instrumentalist of both classical and jazz genres, she is an active performer and educator in the Dallas/ Fort Worth Metrop

  • Shauna Thompson

    Flute

    Dr. Shauna Thompson is assistant professor of flute at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas. Prior to joining TCU she was flute faculty at the University of Evansville and principal flute in the Evansville Philha

Success Stories

A few notes of praise by some of the people who use MusicProfessor

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Bringing the know-how to the desire!