Live, Online Trumpet Lessons

1-on-1 Trumpet Lessons with Professional
Trumpet Teachers through Zoom.




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Exceptional Trumpet Instructors

Take 1-on-1 online trumpet lesson with instructors from top music schools. All teachers have professional degrees in trumpet and exclusively teach trumpet. Drawing from extensive experience in brass techniques, our instructors help every learner improve their skills and broaden trumpet repertoire.

Customized Lesson Plans

Our trumpet lesson plans are tailored for each student based on their level, age, and goals. Students can expect to make measurable progress through engaging repertoire, trumpet technique, music theory and more.

Flexible Scheduling, No Contracts

We offer optimal scheduling options that work for you, so you can start, stop and resume lessons anytime you want. No contracts ever.

Try a Half Hour Trumpet Lesson Completely For Free!

Meet your trumpet teacher, discuss goals, and begin 1-on-1 live instruction.
No contract or credit card necessary.




Lessons taught

4.9/5 ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

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Our trumpet instructors have degrees from internationally recognized music schools and are fully background checked.

Live Online Trumpet Lessons - Trumpet instructor Chris Sporer

Chris Sporer – Trumpet

B.M. Florida State University

Our Simple Pricing

Payments are per lesson, so you can start and stop whenever you want. No contracts ever.


30-minute trial lesson


Per 30-minute lesson


Per 45-Minute Lesson


Per One-Hour Lesson

All Major Payment Methods Accepted

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Tell us what you're looking for

Fill out our signup form and share with us your preferred musical styles, level of experience, and most convenient time for your lessons.

Get matched with a teacher

After you submit the form, our client service team will reach out to you to schedule a complimentary 30 minute lesson. We’ll personally match you with the most suitable and available teacher.

Start a trial lesson!

You’re all set for a trial! You’ll soon get a confirmation email along with guidelines to help you set up your first trumpet lesson. After the trial, we’ll be in touch to discuss the next steps.

!! Things you need before signing up for a trial lesson

To get started, you’ll need high-speed internet, trumpet, and computer or laptop. We recommend that you prepare these lesson materials before signing up for the trial lesson.  Check out our Get Started Guide for more information.

As the leading provider of trumpet lessons, we’re proud to have provided thousands of high quality lessons for students around the world.


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Robin M.

Piano Lessons

Both my daughters love piano after the first free lesson and want to practice all the time. My 5 year old had a blast and was engaged every minute. My 9 year old also loved it. Ms G. was wonderful at keeping them both engaged virtually and also ensuring they had fun at their own pace. We look forward to many more piano lessons.


Mandy R.

Singing Lessons

I am so happy with my voice instructor, Julia! She is helping me to reach out of my comfort zone to fulfill a lifelong dream. Her style of teaching is so fun you forget you are learning. I can’t thank her and Kerry (Director of Client Engagement) enough for their patience and professionalism.


Saulo Q.

Guitar Lessons

Fantastic experience with these folks. Very organized and extremely fairly priced. These instructors are all very well educated. Jonathan was wonderful. He was patient and very knowledgeable. I will absolutely be continuing with these guitar lessons.

Why Learn Trumpet at Lesson With You?

Top Trumpet Teachers

Our trumpet instructors bring over a decade of teaching and performing experience with world-class philharmonic orchestras and artists, showcasing a profound knowledge of trumpet repertoire.

Unlike other websites where one teacher teaches multiple instruments, our teachers exclusively teach trumpet. They hold college degrees in trumpet from top music universities, distinguishing them significantly from other lesson providers.

They actively perform in solo and collaborative settings, participating in recording and touring with renowned international artists.

Feel free to explore teacher profiles to discover their background in trumpet!

Personalized Lesson Plan

At Lesson With You, your lessons will be personally carefully designed based on your age, level, musical style, and goals.

Throughout the lessons, you’ll focus on embouchure and breath control, range extension, dynamics, sound production, and brass articulation.

Additionally, you’ll receive 1-on-1 guidance on building an effective practice routine and our teachers will help you prepare for auditions and competitions.

Best Lesson Experience

The benefits of Lesson With You trumpet lessons include:

  • Free Trial
  • No long-term contract
  • No hidden fees
  • Fixed lesson cost
  • Dedicated team of client service
  • Background-checked teachers

All LWY students are welcome to join our virtual spring and winter concerts to perform for their families and friends.

But, most importantly, the convenience of online lessons is what attracts all trumpet learners. For those who aren’t sure about our online setting, try our free trial and experience it for yourself.

Visit our Reviews page to hear from our students what they think about our music lessons!

Frequently Asked Questions

Why choose Lesson With You?

Unlike other lesson platforms where instructors may teach multiple instruments such as piano or voice, our teachers exclusively teach trumpet. We believe in delivering the best lessons, and our instructors possess professional knowledge and degrees—not certificates—in trumpet from top music schools.

We’re also proud to offer fixed, competitive pricing. We don’t require long-term contracts, and our dedicated client service team is here to help you every step of the way.

Check out our pricing page for more information.

How do online trumpet lessons work?

At Lesson With You, once you submit the signup form, our customer service team will personally match you with a trumpet teacher who is the perfect fit in terms of teaching style, personality, and schedule. If you have any specific preferences, you can include them as additional requests in the form we send you later.

Once your complimentary trial lesson (30 minutes) is scheduled, we will also provide instruction on setting up the Zoom meeting. After you’ve completed the trial lesson, our client engagement team will follow up with you.

To start, all you need is a laptop or computer with high-speed internet and a trumpet.

How much do trumpet lessons cost?

The average price for a half hour trumpet lesson is $40, although Lesson With You charges $35 only. Online trumpet lessons using Zoom, Skype or Google Meet charge between $30-45 for a half hour lesson. Local one-on-one lessons range from $35-50 for a half hour lesson.

Joining a youth brass program with a college orchestra could be cheaper, but usually, students need to attend lessons in person.

At Lesson With You, we offer competitive, fixed rates of $35 for a half hour lesson, $50 for 45 minutes, and $65 per hour.

What's the best age to start trumpet?

The best age for a child to start trumpet lessons is typically between 8 and 10, but it depends on the child’s physical development and interest in learning the instrument. Additionally, it’s important that the child can hold the trumpet comfortably, move their fingers easily, and keep their mouth and jaw in the right positions, including a good embouchure, for at least 15 to 20 minutes. Since playing the trumpet involves specific techniques, your child should be able to breathe comfortably without any problems while playing.

Which trumpet should I get as a beginner?

For beginners, a student trumpet from renowned brands like Yamaha or Bach, priced between $300 and $600, is recommended for its affordability and ease of play. Intermediate players may find quality mid-level trumpets in the range of $600 to $1,000, while professional models, with much improved features, can cost over $1,200. You can also rent a trumpet from a local music store to determine which type works best for you. You should also get advice from teachers or experienced performers before making a decision.

I'm new to online lessons. What can I expect out of my first trumpet lesson?

First, you will learn the optimal way to set up the sound, position your trumpet, and arrange your screen. Teachers may ask you several questions about your musical goals, pieces you’ve played and practice habits, and any challenges you face when playing the trumpet. Based on your answers, your teacher will suggest warm-up exercises and techniques to help you build your trumpet skills. Throughout the lesson, your instructor will help you with improving your embouchure, articulation, breathing control, understanding of music theory, and expanding your brass repertoire.

Is it necessary to know how to read sheet music before beginning trumpet lessons?

You can begin trumpet lessons without prior music reading skills. As a beginner, your teacher will give you materials to absorb basics and music theory. Advanced music reading skills fastens your learning progress, reducing time spent figuring out problems. If you plan to join collaborative bands or orchestras, basic music reading skills let you listen to the other musicians and play along.

Are there specific warm-up exercises for trumpet players?

Start with exercises made for the trumpet, like playing scales, arpeggios, and chromatic runs. You can print them out online or purchase a drill book online. Additionally, practice hard sections from your repertoire at a slower pace to refine your articulation and strengthen your embouchure, and gradually increase the speed. It’s important to include a warm-up at the beginning of each practice session and make it a routine.

If you’re not sure how to begin, ask your teacher for helpful tips designed for playing the trumpet.

How can I properly care for and maintain my trumpet?

Here are some recommendations on how to keep your trumpet in the best condition. Regularly clean your trumpet using a valve brush and cloth to remove any accumulated dirt or moisture. Additionally, lubricate the valves with valve oil to ensure smooth movement. Check for loose screws or stuck slides and promptly address any issues.

Make sure to store your trumpet in a protective case when not in use. Additionally, visit the music maintenance store regularly to address any wear and tear issues.

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