The Wellard School Of Music (WSOM): 9523 2004 A dynamic music school promoting absolute confidence, and where learning is fun. The WSOM caters for ages 3yrs – Adults, delivering group and individual lessons for piano, vocal, guitar, bass and violin, Including children’s music programmes such as Kindermusik (3-5yrs) and Music 4 kids (5-7yrs).
A – Giant music stave and keyboard to jump on, Big bass drums, all in aid of making music-learning fun! Early learning music programmes are specifically designed to assist in the development of your child’s Intelligence, speech, reading, social skills, imagination, determination, concentration, self-esteem, self-discipline, diligence, emotional and self-expression. ...
“So much fun they will never suspect their learning to read and play music.”The Wellard School Of Music’s road to success has been one derived from many years of experience and research provided by our teachers who themselves are also professional performers and hold a “Working With Children’s Card” They are highly motivated, passionate, excited and always ready to share their great love of music without compromising the fun and enthusiasm music can provide.
Did you know The Wellard School Of Music are proud to be exclusive music arrangers for Music Sales Australia, we create music notation – music books for piano, vocal and guitar, for artists including: The Wiggles, ABC kids Australia, Eskimo Jo, Pete Murray, Powder finger, Bernard Fanning, Sara Storer, The Essential Aussie kids Song Books, Living End, Jet, Guy Sebastian, Aussie Idol, Delta Goodrem and many many more.
Contact: The Wellard School Of Music now, offer your child the opportunity to embark on a journey filled with Imagination, creativity and one of confidence and joy, a gift that every child so rightly deserves because after all; “Music is where the fun begins”
“Nothing activates as many areas of the brain as music; this helps in laying a foundation for all later learning and determines whether or not children succeed in school and later in adulthood.”
Says researcher Donald Hodges, Covington Distinguished Professor of Music Education and director of the Music Research Institute at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro
These details were last updated on January 30, 2013