The tuba is the largest and the lowest of the band instruments. Its bass voice gives the deep, low tones that are the foundation of the band. When unwound, a tuba is 16 feet long. Instruments are provided by the school, but very limited availability. We have smaller tubas for beginners as well as some tubas to leave at home for home practice. All Tuba players will START the school year on a euphonium reading music from a tuba book, and then move to tuba in November. Remember, it is a fun instrument for boys AND girls!
Examples of Great Tuba Playing
Melton Tuba Quartet Playing William Tell
Wilfried Brandströtter Tuba Solo
The Mnozil Brass is an ensemble that combines beautiful brass playing with a lot of humor.