Trumpet and Piano teacher - Reasonable Rates - your home or my home studio! Based in Reminderville (near Aurora), Dan Georges has over 40 years experience in music. He is the principal trumpeter for the Solon Philharmonic Orchestra, and teachers trumpet and piano. Teaching Goals - I work with each student to individually tailor lesson plans to match abilities, strengths, and areas that may need improvement. I like to focus on style, and help each student realize his or her own personal style of playing. Call for reasonable rates and a free consultation!
Professional Associations & Certifications
- Member of the International Trumpet Guild
- Aurora Ohio, Solon Ohio, Twinsburg Ohio, Cleveland Ohio, Akron Ohio, Hudson Ohio
- PayPal, Cash
|Phone Number||(440) 389-7181|
Dan Georges has been playing piano and trumpet for over 30 years, and plays for weddings, equity and community theaters, and local jazz bands. In college, he played trumpet in the Ohio State University Jazz Band (Tom Battenberg, Director). He is a private piano and trumpet instructor and is currently principal trumpet with the Solon Philharmonic Orchestra.
He plays keyboards with local bands and enjoys accompanying his wife Lisa (a Soprano with the Chagrin Valley Choral Union) on piano. As a wedding trumpeter, he has played with some of the best organists in Northeast Ohio, as well as in some of the most beautiful churches in the area.
Instruments/ Dan plays Benge trumpets exclusively
~ Benge Piccolo trumpet in A/ B-flat
~ Benge 7X B-flat trumpet
Products & Services
Your wedding is your special day - make it more memorable with a grand trumpet procession into the church and an exciting exit down the aisle as a newly married couple!
Why a trumpet at a wedding? If you're looking for a real treat for your guests, as well as a royal entrance into the church, having a trumpeter is the way to go.
From the very first note, people will stand up and listen. The high, bright, clear sound of the baroque trumpet sound cuts through and creates a feeling of majesty. Along with a pipe organ, this is a traditional way to announce the entry of the betrothed couple, as well as a great way to send them out of the church - with an upbeat trumpet fanfare.