Tucson Community Music School

6061 E Broadway Blvd Suite 121, Tucson

$139.99 for a Series of Concert Band or Jazz Band Classes at Tucson Community Music School ($295 Value)

Select Option


Instructors with international recording and performing experience lead classes that bolster musicians’ skills in playing and collaboration

About This Deal

Learning a musical instrument helps develop your brain, which makes it bigger so you can finally fit into bigger hats. Fill your head with this voucher.

$139.99 for a Concert Band or Jazz Band Workshop ($295 Value)

Concert band and jazz band classes introduce students to various jazz arrangements and large concert band concepts, teaching not only foundational skills, but also honing their abilities to work with fellow musicians during practice and on stage. Classes run from June 2 to July 28 on Mondays and Wednesdays and last 90 minutes a session. Classes are designed for middle and high school students, but are open for musicians as young as the 3rd grade.

Fine Print

Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Registration required. 48hr cancellation notice required. New students only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services. Learn about Strike-Through Pricing and Savings

About Tucson Community Music School

Tucson Community Music School students learn long-lasting skills from international recording artists and experienced concert musicians. The school's founding trio, Brice Winston, Doug Tidaback, and Scott Black serve as the school's primary instructors, each bringing a different set of skills. Tucson native Brice spent 16 years performing with Jazz notables such as Brian Blade and Nicholas Payton before recording with Herbie Hancock and recording music for Spike Lee Films. Doug toured as a bass trombonist for nine years with the Monterey Symphony, and served as lead trombonist for the Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra, all while winning awards in numerous jazz festivals across the country. A career educator, Scott spent years working with prominent educators such as Barry Harris, and has done everything from teaching private music lessons to directing jazz schools.

With such an experienced staff of educators, students of Tucson Community Music School have opportunities to learn the ins and out of performing that go beyond just reading notes. During jazz and concert band classes and workshops, fledgling performers practice working with fellow musicians, learning how to harmonize without stealing all of the more advanced students' reeds. Through the school's various endeavors, students may also have the opportunity to practice, record, and travel to concerts near and far.