KEYBOARD CLASSICS / TOP 40 7 yrs to Adult classes in their respective age groups
Keyboard Classics / Top 40 Is hosted by Tony Celiberti – Graduate of the renowned “Berklee College Of Music” Boston MA 02215 USA, also an exclusive music arranger for “Music Sales Australia, New Zealand and England”
Students learn to master popular classics, soundtracks and movie themes including top 40, exposing them to a variety of music styles and genres. Students acquire the necessary skills required to read music notation and gain a greater understanding of music theory including sound – pitch, rhythms, music symbols, legato, staccato and dynamics during one on one and fun filled class activities, including ear training (aural) – the development of the musical ear.
Students are guided to ensure they develpe the correct piano posture, including sitting, arms, wrists, fingers and piano touch! on both the acoustic piano and keyboard…
This program is hosted by Tony Celiberti – Graduate of the “BERKLEE COLLEGE OF MUSIC” Boston Ma 02215 USA, also an exclusive music arranger for “Music Sales Australia, England and New Zealand”
Students develop the necessary skills required to read/write music notation, and gain a greater understanding of music theory during fun filled class activities, including ear training (aural) – the development of the musical ear.
Students will begin to master and develop their repertoire, including popular classics, soundtracks, movie themes and top 40, this variety of music styles and genres is IMPORTANT for musical growth.
“And yes! Of course, the whole point of this is to enjoy music and have FUN! – “This is how we learn best!”
Each student has his/her own personal keyboard station, and IS ASSESSED AS AN INDIVIDUAL, allowing them to develop at their own pace, and not be held back by others, this also allows new students to enter the programme at any stage throughout the term…
Students are more motivated to learn in a social environment, and will tend to stretch further and practice more to ensure they are able to keep up with their peers. This also allows them the opportunity to develop and strive for their maximum
The group environment breeds confidence, self-esteem, and develops their social skills.
“Making music together builds bonds of trust and communication, all are vital for emotional well-being and academic success”.
We work closely with our surrounding councils and various institutions, providing us opportunities for our students to help build confidence and skill through performance, including various community events.
You can also watch your child grow musically through our performance recital/concerts which are held at the end of each semester (mid-year and end of year), we have traditionally, and will continue to ensure that our recitals are friendly, encouraging, inspiring and FUN!!!! Including the presentation of certificates, whilst creating wonderful memories that last a lifetime, and the children are always asking “when is our next concert?”