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How to Read Music

Interested in learning to read music or want to reactivate your prior music reading skills? Come along to this introductory session on reading music notation and learn/revisit the basics of both pitch and duration. [More]
$35 Limited inc GST
How to Read Music

Interested in learning to read music or want to reactivate your prior music reading skills? Come along to this introductory session on reading music notation and learn/revisit the basics of both pitch

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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 Dylan and express yourself in the... [More]
$149 Limited inc GST / $134
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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Continue to Use Your Ears

An ongoing, open ended course where listening repertoire changes each term and which aims to further train you to aurally isolate and decipher what is happening in music by focusing on the instrumentation/tone colour, pitch/harmony, rhythm, texture, dynamics, tempo & structure of a variety of works; then cross reference this information by looking at the printed music (where possible) to enable you to better appraise the music you hear. A basic understanding of music theory may... [More]

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]

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]

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]

Continuing Ukulele

Build on the basic chords you may already know and progressively add more to enable you to play a wider range of songs. Styles will include: Blues, Blue Grass, Ragtime and Ska as well as folk and popular music from various eras. Strumming patterns and melody playing will also be extended. Please bring your ukulele (available in all musical instrument shops starting at around $30) to the first lesson. COURSE OUTLINE Consolidation of the skills you may already have acquired e.g.... [More]

Continuing Music Theory and Musicianship

Planned as a follow on course for 'Beginner Music Theory and Musicianship and previous ‘Continuing Classes’, this 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. Please note: Any student who already possesses 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... [More]

Continuing Cello

Beloved by millions the Violoncello is one of the most mellow, elegant and romantic orchestral instruments. Be allured and experience the joy of a cello ensemble making music from the very first lesson. This course will continue to cover the basics of cello playing: all notes in first position, how to hold the bow, scales and technical exercises. Continue to learn how to read music while playing at the same time. A cello is required to join this class however the renting of a cello... [More]