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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. Please bring to the class: a standard music exercise book (a combined exercise and manuscript... [More]
Introduction to Music Theory and Musicianship – Basics and Beyond!
$185 inc GST / $167
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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]
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The Sensational Sixties: Listen to, learn about and play!

The social and cultural upheavals of the 60’s were reflected in the diverse popular music styles of the time. We will trace their evolution from the end of the 50’s Rock’n’Roll era to the British Pop Music phenomena of the early 60’s, looking at Surf & Soul Music in the US and not forgetting Australia’s contribution to the era in the form of the The Seekers, the Easybeats & the BeeGees. We will listen to and learn about the songs and you will have an opportunity to sing or play... [More]
The Sensational Sixties: Listen to, learn about and play!
$185 inc GST / $167
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Love Your Voice! An Introduction To Singing

Have you always longed to learn how to sing and keep to your own harmony? How do you learn to overcome nerves and performance anxiety? Look no further – this course is for you! Learn how to find your voice, sing with freedom and be taught the application of basic music theory. COURSE OUTLINES Learning the crucial fundamentals of singing and diaphragmatic breathing. Discussing the physiology of the voice and how to apply it to song. Learning tools and techniques of overcoming... [More]
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Challenge Your Voice

It’s time to Challenge Your Voice with this whirlwind of a course. This is the 4th level in the series of Love, Develop and Enrich Your Voice courses. Challenge Your Voice prods and provokes the inner musician in you. This will be achieved by executing vocal gymnastics, songs in close harmony, rhythm precision and the integration of theory. Note: Prior enrolment in Enrich Your Voice is necessary to enrol into this class. COURSE OUTLINE Vocal warm ups concentrating on flexibility,... [More]
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Develop Your Voice

For those who have completed an introductory singing course. Develop and extend your voice skills and music theory practice further. More time will be spent on singing in harmony and learning repertoire from different genres of music. There may even be an opportunity to sing individually should you feel comfortable in doing so! COURSE OUTLINE Learning to be disciplined with the correct breathing techniques for warm ups. Tackling music theory and sight reading skills. Singing... [More]
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Continuing Ukulele

We will build on the basic chords you may already know and progressively add more to enable you to play a wider range of songs. 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 favorite songs from any era or style, solo or with a group. Please bring your ukulele (available in all musical instrument shops starting at around $30) to the first lesson.... [More]
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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 will 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 and blast away in the folk style of Bob Dylan or the more melodic... [More]
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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 The consolidation of the notes C, D, E, F, G, A, B, C', D' with further expansion of the upper register of the recorder as required. The introduction of sharpened and flattened notes... [More]
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Beginner Score Reading - Developing Skills For 'Active' Listening

Enjoy listening to ‘classical’ music but want to add an ‘active’ dimension to the experience? Take this opportunity to delve into the composer’s score. Learn how to visually track what you are hearing; immerse yourself in the language of musical terminology; examine the composer’s structural plan and experience the pleasure of listening to music while you read the score. Students do not need to be able to read music notation. COURSE OUTLINE Students will examine the scores of... [More]
Beginner Score Reading - Developing Skills For 'Active' Listening
$185 inc GST / $167
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