Classes during school terms on Wednesday, 5.45-6.45pm
Venue to be confirmed
Classes cancelled until further notice
This Instrumental Program gives school aged children, minimum age 9, the opportunity to choose a musical instrument to learn, introduce music theory and to play with others in an ensemble. The Program is designed so that all students gain a sense of enjoyment and achievement.
Students will learn to perform on one instrument, either flute, clarinet, violin, cello, trumpet or trombone. These instruments are provided by the Society as part of the Term fees.
A fun based instrumental program which aims to teach students to play independently and tunefully. Students will learn how to perform from music notation as well as developing the ability to play through imitation and sight reading. The students will be required to practice their instrument at home to further enhance the development of their musical skills.
Let’s Explore Music
In a similar way that children learn to speak before reading and writing, children will now learn to write music. They will learn the rhythms, pitches, meter, form and other musical elements. As well as notation this class will perform on percussion instruments and be involved in improvisation and composition.
Being a musician means playing individually, and playing with others. Students will come together in a small group to learn how to follow a conductor, to listen to others whilst playing, to be flexible, to learn teamwork and persistence.
TUITION FEES PER TERM
First Child $155
Second and subsequent children of family $135
This includes instrument hire (subject to availability)
Annual Administration Fee $30 per family
Payment can be made by Direct Bank Transfer into PYMS Bank Account: Bendigo Bank BSB 633 000 Account number 171 460 504 Reference SMMS and child’s surname
To enrol now please contact Antoinette Seal on 03 5975 8841
or E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org