What instruments can I learn?

The EA Music Service teach instruments from the four families of the orchestra and also offer vocal lessons and music theory classes.

  • Brass Section


    This family of instruments can play louder than any other in an orchestra or band and can be heard from very far away. Brass instruments are essentially long pipes that widen at the end to make a bell-like shape.
  • Strong Section


    The string family is the largest and most well known in a symphony orchestra.
  • Percussion section in youth orchestra concert


    The percussion family is the largest in the orchestra. Unlike most of the other players in the orchestra, a percussionist will usually play many different instruments in one piece of music.
  • Woodwind players in concert band


    This family of instruments produce sound by blowing into a tube, and are called woodwind because originally they were all made from wood. Today, they are made of wood, metal, plastic or some combination of both.
  • Choir


  • Piano


    The piano is a stringed keyboard instrument in which the strings are struck by wooden hammers that are coated with a softer material. It is played using a keyboard, which is a row of keys that the performer presses down or strikes with the fingers and thumbs of both hands to cause the hammers to strike the strings.
  • Sheet music

    Music Theory

    Music theory is essentially what you would call the language of music. While many may find music to be an instinctive thing, music theory gives you a way to express the music you hear and play in a concrete manner.

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