Trumpet

Trumpet lessons are available in any style including jazz, classical and concert band.  Lessons are available for all ages and experience levels.  Whether you are an experienced player wanting to study jazz improvisation or advanced technique, or a beginner wanting to learn the basics, Air House has a trumpet teacher for you.

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Air House West

109 S. Ridge Rd.
Wichita, KS 67209
316-613-3378

info@airhousemusic.com

Air House East

2434 N. Woodlawn Blvd.
Wichita, KS 67220
316-613-3378

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Grant Young Trumpet

Grant Young has a Bachelor’s degree in Music Education from Wichita State University. He has taught privately for more than 25 years and has had students in all of the areas honor bands: Kansas Music Educators Association state band, Kansas Music Educators Association state jazz band, Wichita Wind, Youth Symphony, and the Mid-Kansas Jazz Ensemble. He is the leader and lead trumpeter of the Air Capital Big Band which has been featured at the River Festival and the Sedgwick County Zoo summer series of concerts. He heads the Latin jazz ensemble Sol Y Sombra which also has been featured at the River Festival, the Sedgwick County Zoo summer series of concerts, and the Bradley Fair summer series of concerts. He has worked several years as a jazz adjudicator and clinician at the Wichita Jazz Festival. He has played for a variety of musical groups including: Ray Charles, Ice Capades, Ringling Brother’s Circus, The Temptations, Shrine Circus, Patti Page, Music Theatre of Wichita, Marilyn May, National Pro Rodeo, and the Fabulous Flippers. He has played the last 8 years for the band Lotus, the house band at Margarita’s Cantina. Lotus has been voted by the Wichita Eagle Wichita’s best live band and best house band.

Justin Meyer Piano, Trumpet

Justin graduated from Friends University with a B.A. in Music in 2016. While attending Friends, he participated in Singing Quakers, Jazz Vocal Ensemble, Chamber Choir, and Keyboard Ensemble. He also received four years of instruction in classical piano and vocal technique. Along with his studies in piano and voice, Justin plays trumpet, french horn, and acoustic guitar.

Since his graduation from Friends University, Justin has been actively involved in making music in Wichita. From 2012-2016, he performed and recorded two albums with the folk rock band, Commonfolk. Both albums were recorded and mixed at Air House Studios. As an active member and Bass section leader of the Church of the Savior Chamber Choir, he has performed a wide range of sacred works by master composers such as W.A. Mozart and Francis Poulenc. He is currently exploring the songwriting process and hopes to begin sharing his music at local venues this year.

Justin has been teaching piano lessons for the past 2 years. He has taught various styles and genres including classical, pop, folk, jazz, and ragtime.  While Justin teaches classical and popular musical technique, he also encourages his students to engage in music creatively through composition and improvisation. He believes that creativity is vitally important to the learning process and that anyone interested in music should feel free to explore its many wonders.

Randy Crow Trombone, Trumpet

Randy Crow has been teaching, performing, innovating and assisting in the music world for more than forty years.  Recently retired from band directing with Maize Schools for 37 years, Mr. Crow has had numerous brass students (Trumpet, Trombone, Euphonium, Tuba) selected to “all-state” Jazz, Band, and Orchestra, as well as other prestigious performance ensembles.  Randy is also the founder of the “Get Trombonafide” annual event.

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