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Salzburg and Its Festival

The ancient city of Salzburg is famously connected to Mozart as well as the esteemed annual music festival, which began officially in 1920. From the podium, famous conductors have produced wonderful orchestral and operatic repertoire, aided by equally famous performers. The list is truly impressive. We shall see and hear some of the performers of 2017 as well as significant conductors as we examine the history of the festival. COURSE OUTLINE History of Salzburg and the Festival.... [More]
$224 Limited inc GST / $202
Salzburg and Its Festival

<p>The ancient city of Salzburg is famously connected to Mozart as well as the esteemed annual music festival, which began officially in 1920. From the podium, famous conductors have produced

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Enrich Your Voice

This exciting new singing course is a sequel to Love Your Voice and Develop Your Voice courses. Enrich Your Voice will explore the singing voice in more depth including how to sustain notes, breathing techniques, more theory integration, harmony, pitch control, extension in vocal range and a specific focus on how to keep in rhythm. Pre-requisite: Prior enrolment in Develop Your Voice. COURSE OUTLINE ‘Singing in’ more solid essential warm ups and drills for vocal health. To sharpen... [More]
$224 Limited inc GST / $202
Enrich Your Voice

<p>This exciting new singing course is a sequel to Love Your Voice and Develop Your Voice courses. Enrich Your Voice will explore the singing voice in more depth including how to sustain notes,

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Continuing Music Theory and Musicianship – Beyond Basics!

This course is a continuation course from ‘Beginner Music Theory and Musicianship – Basics and Beyond’. It is a graded, practical course where class members continue to build on their music theory and musicianship skills and then apply these skills in a musical context. Any student who already possesses basic music theory skills may consider taking this course. Students will need to bring the following items to this class: Standard music exercise book (a combined exercise and... [More]
$185 Limited inc GST / $167
Continuing Music Theory and Musicianship – Beyond Basics!

<p>This course is a continuation course from ‘Beginner Music Theory and Musicianship – Basics and Beyond’. It is a graded, practical course where class members continue to build on their music theory

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Ukulele For Beginners

The ukulele has become a very popular instrument in recent years for many good reasons. It is cheap and very portable, ukuleles are easy to play and you can learn to perform your favourite songs from any era or style, solo or with a group. If you have ever wanted to play a musical instrument this is probably the easiest way to make a start. Please bring your ukulele (available in all musical instrument shops starting at around $30) to the first lesson. COURSE OUTLINE Essential... [More]
$185 Limited inc GST / $167
Ukulele For Beginners

<p>The ukulele has become a very popular instrument in recent years for many good reasons. It is cheap and very portable, ukuleles are easy to play and you can learn to perform your favourite songs

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Harmonica for Beginners

The harmonica has been described as “an orchestra in your pocket” and for good reasons. It is a small, expressive instrument which is capable of a wide variety of tone colours and it is adaptable to almost any style of music. We focus on the standard 10 hole diatonic harmonica, commonly used in Folk, Blues and Rock styles of playing. Learn to pick out some familiar melodies to play lonesome tunes by the campfire, blast away in the folk style of Bob and express yourself in the... [More]
$158 Limited inc GST / $142
Harmonica for Beginners

<p>The harmonica has been described as “an orchestra in your pocket” and for good reasons. It is a small, expressive instrument which is capable of a wide variety of tone colours and it is adaptable

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Continuing Recorder (Descant/Soprano)

Both solo and ensemble repertoire from various styles and of an extended nature are used to further your learning. Explore additional notes, rhythm patterns, key signatures and time signatures. Continues from Beginner Recorder but anyone with soprano/descant recorder experience can join. COURSE OUTLINE This course is aimed at students who have undertaken the Beginner Recorder Course or who have had some previous experience on the descant recorder (or any recorder in C). The... [More]
$185 Limited inc GST / $167
Continuing Recorder (Descant/Soprano)

<p>Both solo and ensemble repertoire from various styles and of an extended nature are used to further your learning. Explore additional notes, rhythm patterns, key signatures and time signatures.

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Introduction to Music Theory and Musicianship – Basics and Beyond!

Are you learning an instrument, a member of a local choir or an avid listener of any style of music? Or perhaps you just want to understand how music theory works or brush up on your existing skills? Then this course may be the answer. A graded, practical course where class members weekly build on their music theory and musicianship skills and then apply these skills in a musical context. This course is devised to increase students ability to understand, recognise and interpret... [More]
$185 Limited inc GST / $167
Introduction to Music Theory and Musicianship – Basics and Beyond!

<p>Are you learning an instrument, a member of a local choir or an avid listener of any style of music? Or perhaps you just want to understand how music theory works or brush up on your existing

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Da Do Ron Ron: The Girl Group Sound of The 1960s

Do you remember "Chapel of Love", "Please Mr Postman" or "Be My Baby"? The 1960s were a decade of cultural and social changeand as the women’s movement began, women were becoming more independent and high profile as leaders in entertainment. From the early 1960s women began to dominate the charts. Groups such as the Shirelles, Ronettes, Marvelettes, the Supremes, Martha and the Vandellas and others began to make a big impression on popular culture. See, hear and survey some... [More]
$48 Limited inc GST
Da Do Ron Ron: The Girl Group Sound of The 1960s

<p>Do you remember "<em>Chapel of Love</em>", "<em>Please Mr Postman</em>" or "<em>Be My Baby</em>"? The 1960s were a decade of cultural and social changeand as the women’s movement began, women were

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Music's Mechanical Makeup

Music is made up of many different musical elements. In this series we look at these elements, how they different in other cultures and how they have changed over time. COURSE OUTLINE Melody – Melodies can bridge the gap between cultures when language fails us; they can convey patriotism, hope, fate, love, loss and can touch our most raw emotions. But what makes a good melody and how does this differ throughout the world? Rhythm – Essentially rhythm is a series of sounds and... [More]
$185 Limited inc GST / $167
Music's Mechanical Makeup

<p>Music is made up of many different musical elements. In this series we look at these elements, how they different in other cultures and how they have changed over time.<br/><p><br/><strong>COURSE

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A Passage to India - A North Indian Classical Music Primer

In the 1960’s North Indian Classical (Hindustani) music underwent a surge of popularity in the west, particularly with the influence of Ravi Shankar over the Beatles and other popular groups of the time. Hindustani music, however, has a colourful history that goes back millennia. Discover the rich tradition and evolution of raga (melodic structure) from its roots in Vedic chants. Learn to understand the basic rhythmic structure and follow the different stages of a Hindustani music... [More]
$104 Limited inc GST / $94
A Passage to India - A North Indian Classical Music Primer

<p>In the 1960’s North Indian Classical (Hindustani) music underwent a surge of popularity in the west, particularly with the influence of Ravi Shankar over the Beatles and other popular groups of the

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