Group lessons

-How to work efficiently with a group

“…a refreshing and new approach…”
Jurgen Wayenberg, Kunsthumaniora Brussels

What are good group lessons and what makes them successful?
Are there any special tricks or techniques that can be used when working with groups?

I will show you various methods which will make your lessons effective, creative and pupil orientated, and which also engages all group members actively in the learning process.


  • Organizational, methodical and pedagogical requirements
  • Encouraging the learning process / Mobilizing the group.
  • Teaching materials

We can also focus on any topics or points which arise in your own lessons and work on them in the seminar.
Along with the seminar participants I will develop a guideline that each of you can adapt to your own teaching needs and requirements.

    Early instrumental brass teaching

    How should we teach six year olds? What consequences can you as a teacher draw from the demands required to learn a brass instrument.? I will show you how to (…) read more

    Trumpets in motion…Brass meets Feldenkrais

    This seminar is in collaboration with the Feldenkrais Practitioner Annegret Lucke. How can I acquaint children with a brass instrument in a way, which encourages an easy play feeeling and (…) read more

    Movement, Ease and Sound

    This seminar deals with all that is necessary to develop embouchure, breathing and blowing technique so your playing becomes effortless and melodious We examine the relationship between movement, breathing, play (…) read more

    Embouchure revisited

    How do I build embouchure? What is needed to develop good embouchure? How can I solve embouchure problems? First experiences with an instrument determine whether playfeeling comes easy and effortless. (…) read more

    Creative Brass teaching

    Say goodbye to routine teaching. Look at teaching with different eyes. The main focus in this seminar is how to approach and resolve in a variety of ways problems associated (…) read more