Trombone Lessons

Choosing Trombone Music Lessons in South Jersey is made easy by The Conservatory of Musical Arts. We work with the finest classical, jazz and studio musicians in the tristate area!

Whether you take advantage of any of the specialty music programs, private music lessons, semi-private music lessons or in-home music programs you can feel safe knowing that each of the teachers we work with has years of experience providing students with outstanding results.

Justin MooreJUSTIN MOORE – Studio Instructor 
Trombone –

Justin Moore is an active trombone player and teacher in the Philadelphia area. He previously held the position of Second Trombone with the Acadiana Symphony Orchestra in Lafayette, Louisiana, and has performed with the Pennsylvania Ballet Orchestra, Symphony in C, Pennsylvania Philharmonic, Black Pearl Chamber Orchestra, Baton Rouge Symphony Orchestra, Louisiana Sinfonietta, Curtis Symphony Orchestra, Atlantic Brass Band, and more.

Currently, Justin is the trombone player for the Philadelphia Chamber Brass,  EBE Events & Entertainment’s London Bridge, the Brazilian-inspired PhillyBloco, and performs as a soloist and chamber musician throughout Philadelphia. He is on the faculties of Immaculata UniversityTemple University’s Music Preparatory program, the Nelly Berman School of Music, the Conservatory of Musical Arts, and previously taught at the Settlement School of Music and Play On, Philly!

He has shared the stage with many notable performers, including the Canadian Brass, the Philadelphia Orchestra Trombone Section, Allen Vizzutti, Jens Lindemann,  Chris Botti, Olga Kern, Sonny Landreth, and Joan Rivers, and has been a part of featured performances at the Great American Brass Band Festival, the Eastern Trombone Workshop, and the International Trumpet Guild Conference.

Justin received a Bachelor of Music degree from Louisiana State University and a Master of Music degree from Temple University. His primary teachers include Matt VaughnDr. Jeannie Little, and the late Dr. Milt Stevens.