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School Holiday Programs

Suitability: Ages 5 to 12 years

‘Get Your Music On’ – Our School Holiday Music Program

‘Get Your Music On’ is a jam packed, fun filled school holiday music program designed for kids aged 5 – 12 years old. No experience is necessary, just a good attitude and a willingness to have lots of musical fun.

There are two programs we now run during the January holiday. One designed for 5 – 7 year olds, and one for 7 – 12 year olds. The program takes place each school holiday and runs from two to four (4) days over the school holiday weeks.

The teachers involved are all professional music instructors and have completed a ‘Working With Children Check’. Program participant numbers are capped to ensure your child’s safety and to ensure that your child gets the most out of their school holiday activities. If a child is disruptive, refuses to heed instruction they may be removed from their program and all fees will be forfeited.

WHAT’S INCLUDED IN THE PROGRAM?

You’ll get to play and learn about a variety of musical instruments You’ll write your own songs where you will write the words and the music (don’t worry, we’ll be helping you with this task) You’ll experience music workshops and lessons (varies each time) e.g percussion workshop You’ll join in all sorts of fun musical games and activities You’ll do some singing (it’s ok if you’ve never tried before) You’ll be introduced to music technology and discover how music is recorded and produced You’ll have LOTS OF FUN! If you play a musical instrument, you’ll have the opportunity to bring your instruments and jam with other kids of similar levels (this component is optional).

Marrickville, NSW

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Contact Sandra Lie
Tel (02) 8006 0363 or 0415 123 111
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These details were last updated on February 6, 2015