We Are Hiring – Courier Delivery Driver/Sales Person

Our driver will deliver and pick up instruments from public and private schools in Montgomery County, MD and Arlington, VA as needed. We also do repair work for music stores in Falls Church, VA, Takoma Park, MD, and Washington, D.C. which requires up to 2 pick-ups/deliveries per week.

We are looking for someone with great communication skills. Must be available Monday thru Friday 10am-6pm. Music have a clean driving record (request for record may be required). Must pass MCPS’s mandatory criminal background check and fingerprinting, plus any other MCPS requirements for entry into the schools.

This is mostly a part-time position with an average of 20-30 hours per week. During the beginning and end of the school year, the hours can increase. Musicians preferred; since the driver will need to recognize instruments by their cases. No CDL license necessary.

This position will lead into repair sales with local school teachers as well as retail sales in the store.

Rampone & Cazzani Saxophones Launch Party


We just started carrying a new brand of saxophones handmade in Italy at the base of the Italian Alps.  Their unique craftsmanship and use of materials makes them very different from other manufacturers. We welcome all saxophonists to come and try these new and exciting instruments!

We will have door prizes, special discounts, and more!  It will be a fun filled musical Saturday!
When: Saturday, June 9, 2018, 11am-4pm
Where: L & L Music-Wind Shop

Early Band Discovery Class – June 20-21, 2018 and June 27-28, 2018

Dates– June 20-21, 2018 and June 27-28, 2018

This class is designed for students entering 4th grade and up who haven’t played a musical instrument before and would like to begin learning one in the fall.  Each student will try 5 of the main band instruments in a group class with assistance from our knowledgeable staff and help them choose which one is right for them. The 2 day class will be offered in 2 sessions over the summer.  Session 1 will be Wednesday, June 20, 2018 and Thursday, June 21, 2018. Session 2 will be Wednesday, June 27, 2018 and Thursday, June 28, 2018.  Students will learn about Flute, Clarinet, and Alto Sax on the first day of each session and Trumpet and Trombone on the second day of each session.  Class starts promptly at 6pm each day, please arrive 20 minutes early for registration.  The class costs $25 per student for both days.  Space is limited for each session, so call to sign up today!  If you can’t make these dates, please call to schedule a one-on-one session!

2018 Spring Student Recital

Our 2018 Spring Student Recital  will be held on Sunday, June 3, 2018 @ 3pm.

Come out to show your support.  Listen to our wonderful students perform selected pieces that they’ve learned through the year.

Where: Epworth United Methodist Church
(directly across from L & L on Rt. 355)
16501 Alden Ave. Gaithersburg, MD 20877

Local Music Events – April

Rockville Concert Band presents Music For All Ages: Reel Music
When: Sunday, April 12, 2015 3:00pm
Where: F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre, 603 Edmonston Dr., Rockville, MD 20851
Website: www.rockvilleconcertband.org

L & L Music-Wind Shop is sponsoring this event and will be at the concert beforehand with a selection of instruments for a “petting zoo.” All ages are welcome to try any brass or woodwind instrument we have on hand. See you there!

Montgomery Philharmonic Orchestra presents Gustav Mahler: A Union of Symphony and Song
-Songs of a Wayfarer (1884-85) – featuring Matthew Woorman – baritone
-Symphony No. 1, “Titan” (1887-88)
When: Sunday, April 19, 2015 7:00pm
Where: Gaithersburg Presbyterian Church, 610 S. Frederick Ave., Gaithersburg, MD 20877
Website: www.montgomeryphilharmonic.org

This fourth concert studies Gustav Mahler and the relationships among his works. Mahler changed the musical world and more specifically, he changed, forever, our perception of a symphony. Never again would a symphony have four movements. Never again would it be tonally centered, and never again would each movement use standard forms. Never again would using voices in a symphony merely be orchestra with chorus, and none of these symphony characteristics would ever return with composers who followed Mahler. He made the musical community sit up and listen.

Montgomery Philharmonic welcomes baritone Matthew Woorman to the stage to sing Songs of a Wayfarer, Mahler’s first work for voice and orchestra. Characteristics as well as melodic and harmonic content transferred from Songs of a Wayfarer to both Symphony No. 1 and Symphony No. 5 by Mahler. As we play Symphony No. 1, our audience will have the opportunity to compare and contrast Mahler’s compositional styles.