Monday 13th- Friday 17th January 2020 at Mount Erin Secondary College.
“Celebrating 40 Years!”
A five day holiday music program with a range of classes for children with little or no musical experience through to those with advanced instrumental skills. Each of the sessions provides a progressively developing program during the course of the week. Participants should elect to be involved in one full, or one half, or two half session.
* Two half sessions are costed as ONE full session at $150.
RHYTHM ‘n’ BEAT 9.30am – 11.00am $100*
Director: Damian Royal
Children will learn about music in a fun way and feel the excitement of performing as part of a group. Participants are involved in a wide range of music activities which involve percussion instruments, singing, speech rhymes, and listening to music. Build self-confidence and make new friends! Children aged 5 to 8
BIRRELL STRING ORCHESTRA 9.30am – 11.00am $100*
Tutors: Heather Birrell and Cathy Hughes
An ideal first ensemble opportunity for string students to learn and play together, build confidence and further develop technique and music skills. Experience new music from different genres in a fun and relaxed way. Players up to AMEB grade 2 (or equivalent)
MOVEMENT & DANCE 11.30am – 1.00pm $100*
Tutor: Tahlia Boydle
A fun and energetic class that gets students moving and counting beats to the rhythm of music. The children learn dance moves and different movement combinations to songs, as well as learn how to have fun whilst performing to an audience. Students will explore musical concepts and develop sensitivity to music through dance, whilst participating in dance activities to build teamwork and communication skills. Children aged 5 and above.
TRY AN INSTRUMENT 9.30am – 1.00pm $150
Tutors: Brooke Massee, Sebastian Farchione and Amber Curtis.
A practical introduction to Woodwind, Brass and String Instruments. Participants are given the opportunity to try Flute, Clarinet, Trumpet, Trombone, Violin and Cello and choose one to perform in an ensemble. This “hands on” try will help students make an informed decision of which instrument to study, making it a beneficial program for students entering Year 7. No experience required. Minimum age 9
CONTEMPORARY GUITAR GROUP 9.30am – 1.00pm $150
Director: Lincoln Bowen
For guitarists and bassists from beginner level through to experienced. Explore new and old songs from various styles, and no music reading skills are required. Workshops will include opportunities to try out improvisation techniques and ideas. Acoustic and electric instruments welcome. Minimum age 9
VOCAL : Music Theatre 9.30am – 1.00pm $150
Director: Monica Royal
Enjoy singing a wide range of songs from popular musicals and presenting them in a theatrical manner. Participants will work on vocal technique and choreography for an exciting performance. Minimum age 9.
PERCUSSSIVE BEAT 9.30am – 1.00pm $150
Director: Simon Dewar
Explore, create and collaborate in a variety of fun percussion activities using different medium. Participants will develop rhythmic skills as well as percussive performance skills. Minimum age 9.
CONYERS STRING ORCHESTRA 9.30am – 1.00pm $150
Director: Margaret Conyers
A challenging string ensemble exploring a variety of music styles from folk to classical. The group will focus on improving technique, expression and ensemble skills whilst expanding their repertoire. For students with AMEB grade 3 and above (or equivalent)
CONCERT BAND 9.30am – 1.00pm $150
Director: Jenny Stevenson
Wind, Brass, Percussion and Keyboard players with good music reading skills will enjoy a modern band program presented by a fun-loving conductor. Develop teamwork, communication, and ensemble skills through playing a variety of enjoyable music including movie themes and pop. Minimum age 9
STAGE BAND 9.30am – 1.00pm $150
Director: Leon de Bruin
This ensemble offers developing players an opportunity to play jazz and big band classics. The band explores numerous styles and pieces from New Orleans to fusion, and rock. It is a welcoming environment for confident instrumentalists to start to develop improvisation and creative music skills. Secondary students with AMEB grade 3 (or equivalent) and above.
Cost for additional family members
For the second and subsequent members of the family participation
Full Session $130 Half Session $80
Two Half Sessions for additional family members is $130
Summer Music School Concert
The week will end with a concert on the evening of Friday 17th January, 7.30pm at Frankston Arts Centre, Davey St, Frankston. Parents, friends and the public are invited to attend.
Tickets: Adult $22; PSU $20; Under 14yrs $12
Tickets available from the Frankston Arts Centre.
To enrol now please contact Antoinette Seal on 03 5975 8841
or E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org