Course description

To the unfamiliar, the French horn can be a perplexing instrument. Its body looks like a meticulously-folded brass funnel cake. Its ring can blare alongside piercing trumpets, but it can also be soft, and croon with the flutes and the clarinets.

The horn’s ancient musical ancestors are the conch shell and shofar, but its unique shape stems from its origins as a hunting horn in Europe. Learn the French horn from highly qualified Mount Royal Conservatory instructors.


The Private Lesson Request Form must be completed prior to registering for Private Lessons.
This course is not currently open for registration. If you have any questions, please contact us at ceregservices@mtroyal.ca.
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