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Music Tuition

Excellent Value for Money… Learn to play an instrument or sing..


Jace“Beginners Special Bargain” *FIRST BOOK FREE! (*conditions apply)

  • Piano / Keyboard : Classical / Jazz / Boogie / Rock
  • Guitar / Classical / Rock / Blues
  • Recorder
  • Voice Lessons – Classical & Popular music
  • Concert Performances + DVD recordings
  • Music Theory

All Ages 3-94+ from Beginners to Advanced

  • Male & Female tuition
  • Piano for leisure
  • Introductory music for toddlers
  • Prep – Yr12 SABSA music – AmusA Diploma.
  • Extra tuition for AMEB exam preparation

AMEB Australian Music Examinations Board, University of Adelaide
A complete and internationally recognised system of assessment in music.

Music Choices:

Students can select their own music
Song & music writing
Music Industry opportunities
Concert and Presentation training
Mums & Bubs singing groups
Kindy music

My Students’ Learning Hints

When practicing, do it slowly.Your speed and accuracy will get better. Don’t rush otherwise mistakes will happen. Eric

Break up your practice don’t spend too long on one song. If you can’t play it play another and come back to it later. Kaya

Practice all you pieces night & morning and in any free time. Maddi

To play the note, you must know the name of the note. Larissa

Break up the piece of music into small sections & try the hard bits first. Maya.

If you sort of know how to do it I get my Teacher to play it first then I repeat it over again & again. Then it’s right.  Annie

Practice slowly and make sure everything you play is correct and eventually you get faster as you get more confident. Alex

*PS Concentration span of a child is approx 6-8mins.

Why music is good for us… excerpts

Ten year study shows music improves test scores. regardless of socio-economic background, music is helping students get higher marks. Reference Dr. James Catterall UCLA

Music studies “give young minds a lift”

UK. Children who had taken piano lessons were shown to have 35% improvement in academic performance.

U.S. Scientists have shown that playing music at an early age can produce long term improvement in how a child reasons and thinks. Gordon Shaw Professor of Physics.