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Thank you for visiting JacobsTrombone. Here you will find information on Aurora, CO trombonist Todd Jacobs (that’s me!) and my current activities related to the trombone.

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Fantastic Discounts for Music Lessons

In order to celebrate my new location in Centennial, Colorado, I am offering steep discounts on trombone lessons, euphonium (baritone) lessons, tuba lessons, and brass ensemble coachings.

Check out the “First Month Colorado” and “Start of Semester” discounts. If you sign up for contract lessons by the end of August, you could save 50% on your first month’s fee! You can also receive discounts for referring friends for lessons.

Head over to the Specials page for details.

Ready To Teach In Colorado

Hello everyone! I am now posting to you from my new location in Centennial, Colorado! It has been a crazy few weeks as we have been moving in, organizing seemingly endless boxes, and making our living space feel like home instead of one giant storage container.

I am now fully ready to begin teaching trombone lessons, euphonium lessons, tuba lessons, and to coach brass chamber ensembles. As I have just moved here and the school year is about to start, I am offering several discounts to new students. Visit the Specials page and the Lessons/Coaching page for the latest deals and lesson options.

I am looking forward to contributing to the students of music in the great state of Colorado!

New Lesson Location, Celebration Discount

I have moved and now am located in North Orem. This new location should be more convenient for lessons. To celebrate, I am offering the first two contract lessons at half price for anyone who starts lessons by the end of January.

Hired at BYU!

This has been on the burner for a while, but since I have started working, I can announce that I have been hired as an Adjunct Professor of Trombone at Brigham Young University. My duties are very similar to those I was doing as a graduate student–namely teaching non-major lessons and coaching brass chamber ensembles–but it is very satisfying having gone through an application process and been accepted as a bona-fide faculty member.

Adjunct positions are of course the bottom of the totem and by definition short term, but it is a position for which I am grateful. Thanks to Dr. Kimball and the BYU School of Music for the opportunity.