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Kids Beginner Guitar Course

Ages: 6 - 8

Tutor: Campbell Burns

$185 a term

During our guitar courses, you will learn necessary skills including:

  • How to play chords and transition smoothly between them

  • Specific techniques (including picking and strumming)

  • How to play riffs

  • How to read music, understand rhythm, and play in time

  • Musical theory (including tablature) 

  • How to play your favourite songs

Intro to Music

Ages: 5 - 7 

Tutor: Emma Webb 

$185 per term

During our Intro To Music course, you will learn necessary skills including:

  • The basics of 5-7 different instruments

  • Guitar & Ukulele:  How to hold it , parts of the ukulele/guitar, string names and numbers, how to read chord diagrams & how to play 1-2 songs

  • Drums: The parts of the drum kit, basic drum tab & learn to play 1 beat

  • Piano: How to sit at the piano, notes on the piano, hand position, finger numbers, 2 chords C & F & learn to play 1 song

  • Bass Guitar: How to hold it, parts of the instrument, hand technique, note names & learn to play 1 song.


Singing For Juniors 

Ages: 7 - 12

Tutor: Hayley Munro

$185 a term

Our group singing lessons designed for children cover the basics of:

  • Singing

  • Breathing

  • Posture

  • Diction

  • Pitch


Our singing teachers will guide beginners through the early stages of vocal progression, assisting with pitch training, developing timbre and keeping steady tempo. Students will gain confidence, sing in tune and work towards a live group performance at the end of the term


Mini Mozarts Piano Course

Ages: 6+

Tutor: Lyn Falconer

$185 a term

Between 3.30 & 6.30pm

“She wants to teach the world to play”

Group lessons help to develop listening skills and build confidence when playing

infront of others. They’re a great way to bring about a little friendly

competition and they’re also, and most importantly, fun!

“I really want to create an environment where children are listening, singing and

playing, whilst developing a love for the piano and skills which will last them a


Ginni encourages parents to attend the lessons and sit next to the children

whilst learning.

“Music should be present in all homes. It’s always a shame when you hear of

children being told to practise either with their headphones on or in the spare

room at the end of the hall. I want to encourage families to make music


Music and materials used in these courses are from Supersonics Plus. They

provide music which is relevant and accessible to children, and fun activities to

support the learning. However, children are also encouraged to share ideas

about music they enjoy listening to and would like to play.

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