Brass - Tuba - Hero
  1. Areas of Study
  2. Brass
  3. Tuba

Pursue perfection. Achieve excellence.

Get exclusive instruction from tuba masters.

SFCM’s tuba department houses fewer than five students under the instruction of two world-class faculty professors, principals of the San Francisco Symphony and the San Francisco Ballet Orchestra. You'll have opportunities to perform with resident ensembles such as the Conservatory Orchestra and chamber groups, with emphasis on both contemporary and classical music, and to enter a biennial brass concerto competition.

Jeffrey Anderson, Tuba
Brass - Tuba - Faculty

Covid-19 By The Numbers*

2,636
Tests administered
to SFCM students, faculty, and staff
0.4%
Positive cases from tests administered
24,536
Daily Symptom Checks Reported

Learn more about how SFCM has handled COVID-19 for our students.

* Data reported as of 4.7.21

SFCM and Opus 3 alliance
SFCM recently acquired Opus3 Artists, giving conservatory students a direct link to some of the most successful artists worldwide and inviting limitless opportunities for connection and collaboration.
6th floor outside patio of SFCM 50 Oak building

VISITING THE CAMPUS

We’re waiting to show you around.

We look forward to your visit! Contact the Office of Admission to take a tour of our facilities. You can also contact the brass faculty directly to arrange a consultative lesson.

SFCM Brass students playing in ensemble together

Ensembles

Play well with others.

Performance opportunities abound at SFCM. Ensembles featuring brass range from dedicated instrumental choirs to the Conservatory Orchestra. Whether your interest lies in symphonic repertoire or chamber music, there's a place for your unique voice.

SFCM Brass students playing Trombone

DEGREES AND PROGRAMS

Qualify yourself for the future.

Detailed curricula are available for all brass music degrees at SFCM.