Courses

Our Courses

We provide specialised Music Classes for all

Marimba
Accordion
Keyboard
Piano
Singing
Guitar/Bass Guitar
Ukulele
Drum
Violin
Tabla & percussion
Music For Autism
Mandoline
Music Theory

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Marimba

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Accordion

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Keyboard

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Piano

Instrumental lessons will cover essential music tuition subjects such as:

  • Instrument specific technique
  • Finger numbers/ dexterity
  • Scales and exercises
  • Rhythm and timing
  • Music note reading and comprehension
  • Note/Sight reading
  • Music theory
  • Aural (listening/playing by ear)
  • Expression

All of our young beginner students are taught from the Succeeding at piano book series. This gives them a great foundation to branch off from later. This beginner process takes anywhere from 1 year – 2.5 years depending on each student’s progress speed. Once completed they can then go on to learn examination material, take a contemporary/relaxed approach or a mix of both. At this point lessons become much more tailored and we help develop our young students understanding of different music genres. All of our teen/adult students lessons are completely tailored to their exact needs. If you fit into
this category and don’t know what you would like to do there is no problem. All of our teachers are more than capable to talk through and help you take a direction best for you.

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Singing

We offer singing lessons on Monday – Friday and Saturday.

Singing lessons will cover essential subjects such as:

  • Correct vocal technique and control
  • Vocal Flexibility/ Dexterity/ Stamina
  • Vocal anatomy and instrument understanding
  • Scales and exercises
  • Rhythm/timing and form
  • Note reading and comprehension
  • Theory
  • Pitch
  • Range extension
  • Expression
  • Performance training
  • And More

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Guitar/Bass Guitar

Course will cover essential music tuition subjects such as:

  • Instrument-specific technique
  • Finger Dexterity
  • Strumming patterns
  • Exercises
  • Rhythm and timing
  • Music note reading and comprehension
  • Note/Sight reading
  • Music theory
  • Expression

Young beginner students are taught specific foundation aspects that will provide them with the skills they need to support them for later development.

Teen and Adult lessons are also treated with the same technical ideas, but progress in a different way much more tailored to their specific needs.
We do recommend that all beginner students learn on an acoustic guitar. This is to develop and solidify skills they will need in higher levels. At a time specified by the teacher, students can move on to learn the electric guitar, but students may choose to stay on acoustic if they choose.

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Ukulele

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Drum

Drum lessons will cover essential music tuition subjects such as:

  • Instrument specific technique
  • limb co-ordination
  • Exercises
  • Rhythm and timing
  • Music note reading and comprehension
  • Note/Sight reading
  • Music theory
  • Expression

As drums is dependant on a good sense of Rhythm you can expect the class is going to be rhythm heavy. What is covered in lessons depends on the student’s age, experience level  and interests. No matter the approach students all students are taught essential skills regarding
drums such.

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Violin

We offer violin lessons
What we cover depends on the student’s age, experience level and interests.
No matter the approach students all students are taught essential skills regarding violin such as:
Aural (Listening) training and recognition.
Finger placement
Finger Dexterity
Rhythm
Note reading
Scales and exercises
Music theory

Violin is very dependant on good listening skills, so you can expect a lot of listening will be needed for this subject. Violin is also known to be unforgiving. While it is a beautiful instrument when mastered, it can sometimes be unrewarding in the beginning. Expect to take a while before to bow sounds angelic when sliding across the strings, but don’t let that put you off. After some time of hard work, the violin is one of the most beautiful sounding instruments. Violin is an exam driven subject, but it is not only for classical music. There are many modern and
contemporary options for violin. Just be prepared to dedicate a lot of practice to this instrument.

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Tabla & percussion

lessons will cover essential music tuition subjects such as:

  • Instrument specific technique
  • limb co-ordination
  • Exercises
  • Rhythm and timing
  • Music note reading and comprehension
  • Note/Sight reading
  • Music theory
  • Expression

 

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Music For Autism

We provide specialised Autism aware music classes/therapy children with developmental disabilities.

Specialised Facilities

  • Two separate rooms free of distractions for students anywhere on the spectrum.
  •  Sound proofed inside and out to accommodate any hearing sensitivity.
  • Tailored programs.

Qualified Teachers

  • Teachers hold a bachelor and Master of music and have completed the Support individuals with autism spectrum disorder and associated communication disabilities course with Amaze (Autism Victoria).

Therapeutic Benifits

  • Music stimulates brain activity and can be calming.
  • Assist in the development of Communication.
  • Attention to person.
  • Attention to task.
  • Social connection.
  • Confidence and possible music talent.

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Mandoline

This course will cover essential music tuition subjects such as:

  • Instrument-specific technique
  • Finger Dexterity
  • Strumming patterns
  • Exercises
  • Rhythm and timing
  • Music note reading and comprehension
  • Note/Sight reading
  • Music theory
  • Expression

Young beginner students are taught specific foundation aspects that will provide them with the skills they need to support them for later development. Teen and Adult lessons are also treated with the same technical ideas, but progress in a different way much more tailored to their specific needs. We do recommend that all beginner students learn on an acoustic guitar. This is to develop and solidify skills they will need in higher levels. At a time specified by the teacher, students can move on to learn the electric guitar, but students may choose to stay on acoustic if they choose.

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Music Theory

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