All Brass Class is dedicated to providing high quality brass tuition for all ages and stages of learning (beginner, intermediate and advanced). We promote ensemble playing and creativity across all music genres.
Our lessons are affordable and based in convenient Dunedin locations (including the uni campus and in schools), so nobody misses out.
Build strong personal habits and foster excellence
Being involved in All Brass Class allows you to engage with learners of all ages and a range of instruments from the brass family.
The habits include self-regulated practice, taking an interest in how brass sounds, and growing familiarity with a diversity of brass playing and genres (brass bands, orchestral, symphonic and contemporary popular music).
Find out about out our affordable lesson prices and optional instrument hire.
Fun comes from achieving results
Brass Class focuses on playing the instrument efficiently, building musical literacy and becoming a musician who loves to play.
You will be encouraged to enter grade exams.
AllBrassClass teaching focuses on expressing meaning in music, how we produce quality sound, breathing and stamina, and learners making performance decisions. After all, that is what good brass players are constantly doing in real playing situations.
Take your music to the world
If you are thinking about a school age learner, encouraging performance preparation and ‘playing out’ are essential before teenage years roll along.
All Brass Class seeks to help brass players be confident about themselves. Enjoy contributing to varied music-making at home and in the community.
All Brass Class tutor, Dr Errol Moore, is passionate about community music education and is devoted to help players reach their full potential.
Errol has extensive experience, teaching the full range of brass instruments, and has played and conducted in numerous brass ensembles, bands and orchestras.
He is a retired senior lecturer from the University of Otago College of Education. He is the current brass tutor of choice for the University of Otago Performance programme.
As a music educator, Errol has 40 years prior experience, including teaching roles in primary schools, secondary sector positions and community programmes.
Errol has performed around New Zealand and internationally for more than 40 years. Playing his specialist instrument, euphonium, Errol was selected to seven New Zealand National Bands spanning 1992 to 2005. He won five national open Euphonium solo championships during that time.
Errol’s academic research explored methods to foster excellence amongst musically-gifted children.
His research enables more effective learning processes and is embodied within the All Brass Class approach.
This programme supports acoustic music skill-learning and is brought to you in association with University of Otago College of Education and Department of Music, Theatre and Performing Arts.