Organisations

1st year music teachers

March 4, 2013

New music teachers are encouraged sign up to The Music Teacher Project online forum at www.musicteachersproject.net

This is a new online community especially for first-year music teachers. Share stories about your music teaching experiences – positive, negative and everything in between. It is a dynamic and exciting place, where you can explore who you are as a teacher, ask questions and support one another through this first crucial year.

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25 May 2013 – regional PD day for music – Orange NSW


May 15, 2013

ASME NSW in conjunction with MusicEDU and ENGADINE MUSIC are bringing PD on the road for an informative and fun filled day of PD in Term 2, 2013 (25 May).

Cost $10-$45

SATURDAY MAY 25, 2013
KINROSS WOLLAROI MUSIC CENTRE – ORANGE

10.30- 4.30pm

This PD will involve presenters from Sydney including ASME NSW Chair Brad Merrick, who will provide an update on ACARA, The Australian Curriculum as well as presenting a session on approaches to teaching performance in the HSC. Following the opening lecture, a series of smaller workshops will be provided for rotation for the delegates and their interest.
A selection of other experienced Sydney teachers will be coming out for the day and will share their expertise with you. The aim will be to provide PD for both classroom and studio teachers. Some of the areas that will be touched upon include: -

• Emerging trends with technology in class including keyboards, computers and apps

• Approaches to developing vocal skills, instrumental skills and repertoire selection

• Teaching activities and resources for the Primary and Lower Secondary Classroom

• Strategies for teaching aural, composition, performance in electives and the HSC

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3MBS FM

January 13, 2011

3MBS FM – Program Highlights 3MBS FM is Australia’s leading Community radio station for Fine Music – Classical, Folk and Jazz.

3MBS FM can be streamed live over the internet, making it easy to tune into their “Classically Kids” program from all over the world: Saturday mornings 8-9am (AEST).

3MBS FM 103.5 if you are in Melbourne!

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3MBS radio survey


October 1, 2011

3MBS 103.5FM is undertaking a survey which will provide us with feedback on what we are doing well and how we could improve. There is also an opportunity to provide us with general feedback on what you think of 3MBS 103.5FM, with the results of the survey helping us plan the next five years or so. You also have the chance to win a pack of CDs valued at $150.

Click this link to go to the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/VM9CSV2

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a3 – Australian Arts Alive

January 23, 2010

Go to resource: a3 Australian Arts Alive for schools is a program run by the Australian School of Performing Arts. Read more…

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ABRSM in Australia

March 7, 2010

Go to resource: ABRSM in Australia is the local Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music representative.

Read more…

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ABS stats


March 22, 2012

HERE is the Australian Bureau of Statistics report on attendance at cultural events. If you come up with a lesson plan which uses these stats, please let me know!

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ACARA (Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority)

December 15, 2009

Go to resource: ACARA is responsible for the national curriculum developments, a national assessment program, and collecting data about this.

Read more…

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ACO 2011 Concert Season Program notes


March 19, 2011

http://www.aco.com.au/downloads/ACO-112Tour2_Web.pdf

The program notes from ACO’s 2011 concert season contain program notes on interesting 20th century works (by Alex Ross).

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ACO October 2013 on period wind instruments


April 17, 2013

http://www.aco.com.au/whats_on/event_detail/brahms4 – short video clips on website

Program

DVOŘÁK Cello Concerto
BRAHMS Symphony No.4

Artists

Richard Tognetti Director and Violin
Steven Isserlis Cello


The Fourth is Brahms’ final and greatest symphony. Here, Brahms takes flight, as he melds the soaring sounds of Romanticism to classical structure in a constantly evolving drama.

Brahms premiered the symphony with a small orchestra of 48 musicians, which he declined to augment. ACO follow his lead and perform with wind instruments from Brahms’ time.
Steven Isserlis is the epitome of the intelligent and passionate cellist. Isserlis first played this concerto as a child. “I used to think it was so joyous,” he says. “As I’ve got older, the more tragic it seems.”
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ACO Tour 1 2012 free notes

March 14, 2012

Tour 1 WA Tour 1 NSW Tour 1 VIC Tour 1 SA Tour 1 QLD Tour 1 ACT

Above are the links to the Australian Chamber Orchestra’s FREE teaching notes and lesson ideas for their 2012 Tour 1. Lesson content is designed for Secondary students.

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ACO Virtual – 3D


May 9, 2013

http://www.theartscentregc.com.au/whats-on/whats-on-items/aco-virtual

The Gold Coast Arts Centre is launching ACOVirtual – a 3D experience of the Australian Chamber Orchestra for all ages!

Watch the “making of” ACOVirtual HERE

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Adelaide Symphony Orchestra (ASO)

March 7, 2010

Go to resource: The Adelaide Symphony Orchestra (ASO) is a professional orchestra, resident in South Australia.

Read more…

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AMEB – Australian Music Examinations Board

December 20, 2009

Go to resource: The AMEB is the most widely-used examinations system in Australia for music, speech and drama.

Read more…

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AMEB NSW Committee members


October 9, 2011

Seeking a new generation of Innovators to represent the interests of the Music Education Community in NSW …

AMEB calls for Nominations for 4 Private Teacher Representatives to

sit on the AMEB (NSW) Committee from 2012

*Nominations CLOSE SOON : Friday 21st OCTOBER 2011

Note: Self Nominations are acceptable.

Do you want to have a hand in shaping Australia’s music education future into the 21st Century? Well this could be your opportunity … it’s a little known fact that there is a significant level of professional music and speech teacher representation on the AMEB (NSW) Committee with no fewer than three Private Music Teacher Representatives and one Private Speech Teacher Representative representing the interests of our profession. Every two years elections are held for these honorary positions and it’s once again time to take a vote.

The election is particularly exciting this year with the AMEB recently foreshadowing what many see as a greater willingness to establish a more collaborative relationship with the Music and Speech Teaching communities in NSW. In the latest AMEB Newsletter, the Board stressed that the role of private teacher representatives on the NSW Committee is key to providing wider opportunities for the music, speech and drama communities to participate in the development of policies and practices for the AMEB (NSW). A welcome development indeed !

To be eligible to nominate or to be nominated for election, and to vote, a private teacher must have enrolled a candidate other than themselves in AMEB (NSW) examinations, in either of the two years immediately preceding the year of the election. These honorarium positions are for a period of two years and require attendance at four compulsory meetings in the course of each year. Elected nominees are appointed to the Board at the discretion of the Minister for Education.

So if you consider yourself to be a leader in your chosen profession your colleagues need you !

Nominations forms can be obtained from the AMEB State Manager – email: office@ameb.nsw.edu.au

Ballot papers will be distributed (along with a biography of each of the candidates) to eligible voters in November with 2012 AMEB Teachers Handbook.

Remember NOMINATIONS CLOSE : 21st OCTOBER 2011

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AMRAP continues … for now!


January 10, 2013
On 21 December 2012 The Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy, Senator Stephen Conroy, announced that the government will provide an additional $250,000 to ensure the Australian Music Radio Airplay Project (Amrap) continues for a further six months.

“The additional funding will ensure that Australian musicians and community broadcasters can continue to access Amrap’s services, pending consideration of the project’s long term funding in the 2013-14 Budget,” Senator Conroy said.

“Amrap has successfully increased the amount of Australian music receiving airplay by working closely with Australian musicians and community broadcasters,” said Senator Conroy.

[from CBAA eNews Jan 2013)

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Artists in Residence (Arts Qld)

January 21, 2010

Go to resource: The Artists in Residence program, is run by Arts Queensland and Education Queensland and funded by the Australia Council. Read more…

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Artists in Residence (Tasmania)

January 21, 2010

Go to resource: Artists in Residence (air) is run by arts@work (Arts Tasmania), and funded by the Australia Council. Read more…

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Artists in Schools (NT)

January 21, 2010

Go to resource: Artists in Schools (AiS) NT is a program run by Arts NT and the Department of Education and Training, NT.   Read more…

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Artists in Schools applications (Vic) due late Sept 2012


July 13, 2012

http://www.arts.vic.gov.au/Funding_Programs/Education_Partnerships/Artists_in_Schools

Artists in Schools priority regions for 2013

The program is particularly interested to receive applications re. schools within the following priority regions in 2013:

  • Barwon South West
  • Gippsland
  • Western Metro

In 2014 the priority regions will be Hume, Grampians, Eastern Metro and Northern Metro.

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ArtPlay (Melbourne)

January 23, 2010

ArtPlay is an arts centre in Melbourne that provides school and holiday programs for children and youth. Read more…

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Arts ACT

January 21, 2010

Go to resource: Arts ACT is the government arts agency for the Australian Capital Territory. Read more…

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Arts Centre – Digital Learning Hub

January 17, 2011

The Arts Centre (Vic) Digital Learning Hub – The Arts Centre (Melbourne) Music Education programs

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Arts in Education (Arts Victoria)

January 21, 2010

Go to resource: Arts in Education provides links for information on arts education organisations and collaborations. The site is run by Arts Victoria, and includes information about artists placement in schools.

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Arts NSW

January 21, 2010

Go to resource: Arts NSW is the NSW government arts sector, and funds arts groups, provides NSW arts policy, and runs NSW arts venues.   Read more…

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Arts NT

January 21, 2010

Go to resource: Arts NT is the government agency for arts in the Northern Territory. Read more…

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Arts Queensland

January 21, 2010

Go to resource: Arts Queensland is the governmental agency for arts in Queensland. Read more…

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Arts SA

January 21, 2010

Go to resource: Arts SA is the government agency for arts in South Australia. Read more…

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Arts Tasmania

January 21, 2010

Go to resource: Arts Tasmania is the government agency that supports arts in Tasmania. Read more…

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Arts Victoria

January 21, 2010

Go to resource: Arts Victoria is the government agency that supports arts in Victoria. Read more…

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Arts Victoria + Cultural Infusion = Extended School Residency Project


May 4, 2011

Cultural infusion together with Reservoir Views Primary School will work in partnership on a one year arts project that explores and celebrates the cultural diversity of the school community thanks to Arts Victoria.

A series of artists and artistic personnel from Cultural Infusion will work collaboratively throughout the year with students, teachers and parents at Reservoir Views Primary School in various art-forms (including physical theatre, dancing, song writing/singing, visual art, puppetry and multimedia) with the end result being a performing arts production that will feature at the school’s end of Term 3 Concert.

Components of the production will also feature alongside the work of professional artists at the 2012 Australia Day Concert that is viewed by an audience of over 10,000 people. We will keep you posted as this exciting project progresses.

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arts, culture + me (Arts Qld)

January 21, 2010

Go to resource: arts, culture + me is a Queensland governmental arts program that encourages young artists to become active. Read more…

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arts2GO – Regional Arts Victoria

January 23, 2010

Go to resource: arts2GO programs for school students are run by Regional Arts Victoria. Read more…

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ArtsEdge (Western Australia)

July 2, 2010

Go to resource: ArtsEdge (Western Australia) is a collaboration between the education, arts, and cultural sectors in WA. Read more…

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ASME publication: Principles, Policy & Guidelines for Music Education


October 9, 2011

search.informit.com.au/browsePublication;isbn=0959630481;res=IELHSS

Available for purchase is this 1999 research paper by ASME.

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Association of Music Educators (Vic)

February 21, 2010

Go to resource: The Association of Music Educators (aMuse Vic) is the organisation for music educators in Victoria, including school teachers and studio instrumental teachers. Read more…

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Aus Inst for Teaching & School Leadership – supporting curricular change


August 16, 2011

There is an opportunity to be involved in a Programme being undertaken by  AITSL.   The Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL) has responsibility for establishing professional learning flagship programs that support national education priority areas. The Professional Learning Flagship Program: Leading Curriculum Change will aim to enhance teachers knowledge, skills and confidence to plan for, support and lead curriculum change, including school level implementation of the Australian Curriculum. Classroom teachers with curriculum change leadership responsibility in a school are the primary audience for this flagship program.

AITSL have a number of resources available on their dedicated Leading Curriculum Change web page   www.aitsl.edu.au/lcc

Please also note that this website is the place that all interested individuals go to register an expression of interest in The Professional Learning Flagship Program: Leading Curriculum Change.

Should you have an interest in leading such curriculum change, follow the link above and consider applying to be partof the programme.

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Aus Journal Mus Ed

March 10, 2013

The Australian Journal of Music Education 2012 No. 2 has been released as an e-issue.

The issue covers a diverse range of areas of research including:

Where is music?: A philosophical approach inspired by Steve Dillon

– Georgina Barton and Kay Hartwig

Sharing ownership in multicultural music: A hands-on approach in teacher education in South Africa

– Dawn Joseph

“It all begins with the beat of a drum”: Early Australian encounters with Orff Schulwerk

– Wei Cosaitis and Jane Southcott

Root Tone: A holistic approach to tone pedagogy of western classical flute

– Arya BastaniNezhad

The provision of classroom music programs to regional Victorian primary schools

– Jennifer Heinrich

What Would Peggy Do? 14th Annual Peggy Glanville-Hicks Address 2012

– Michael Kieran Harvey

The bands culture in Victoria, Australia: Live music benefits career paths, employment and community

– Amanda Watson, David Forrest

City Beats: A creative community partnership initiative at ArtPlay

– Neryl Jeanneret, Robert Brown

The art of pianism meets science, sustainable performance: Use of arm weight

– Barbara James

If you would like to receive a copy of this e-journal or you have any comments on ASME publications

please send a message to publications@asme.edu.au

If you would like to contribute an article to the Australian Journal of Music Education,

the guidelines for submission are available on www.asme.edu.au/publications

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AUSTA – for Strings


March 13, 2011

www.austa.asn.au

This website is a hub of information for Australian performers, teachers, instrument makers, students and enthusiasts of bowed string instruments (violins, violas, cellos and double basses).

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Australasian Teacher Registration Authorities (ATRA)

December 20, 2009

Go to resource: ATRA, established in 2008, is the association for the various school teacher registration authorities in Australia and New Zealand.  Read more…

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Australian and New Zealand Association for Research in Music Education (ANZARME)

December 2, 2009

Go to resource: ANZARME was established in 2007 out of previous music education research organisations.

Read more…

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Australian Art Orchestra listening room (free)

January 15, 2012

HERE is the Australian Art Orchestra’s free listening room where you can listening to recordings of their work. Many are fused with indigenous or multi-cultural music.

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Australian Band and Orchestra Directors’ Association (ABODA) NSW

February 16, 2010

Go to resource: The Australian Band and Orchestra Directors’ Association (ABODA) NSW supports music education through the implementation of bands and orchestras across NSW. Read more…

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Australian Council of State Schools Organisations (ACSSO)

December 20, 2009

Go to resource: ACSSO is the national peak body representing parents and school communities of 2 million public school students, Australia-wide. ACSSO distributes a regular music bulletin to its members, titled Ensemble. Read more…

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Australian Curriculum Corporation

December 29, 2009

Go to resource: The Australian Curriculum Corporation is a one-stop site that provides online links to all Australian curricula. Read more…

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Australian Guild of Music Education

December 2, 2009

Go to resource: The Australian Guild of Music Education (AGME) provides music education through tertiary courses and instrumental exams for beginners through to advanced students.

Read more…

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Australian Music Association

February 10, 2010

Go to resource: The Australian Music Association is the peak body for music products in Australia. Read more…

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Australian Music Centre

December 20, 2009

Go to resource: The Australian Music Centre (AMC), located at the Rocks in Sydney, is a comprehensive resource for Australian music. Read more…

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Australian National Association of Teachers of Singing (ANATS)

December 20, 2009

Go to resource: ANATS is the professional association for singing teachers in Australia. Read more…

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Australian National Council of Orff Schulwerk Inc (ANCOS)

January 24, 2010

Go to resource: The Australian National Council of Orff Schulwerk Inc (ANCOS) is the Australian organisation for Schulwerk music education methodology, and is linked to the Orff Institute in Salzburg. Read more…

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Australian Society for Music Education (ASME)

December 2, 2009

Go to resource: The Australian Society for Music Education (ASME) is an association for professional music educators including teachers, researchers, and academics.

Read more…

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Australian Universities Quality Agency (AUQA)

December 20, 2009

Go to resource: AUQA is the agency that supports, promotes, and reports on quality assurance in tertiary education. Read more…

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Award for Moorambilla Voices & Festival


May 5, 2011

Moorambilla Voices and the Moorambilla Festival has won the inaugural NSW State award for excellence for an organisation at the 2011 APRA/AMCOS Australian Music Centre Art Music Awards at a Gala Event held in Sydney.

The event held at the Sydney Theatre, Walsh Bay on Tuesday May 3rd honoured winners across nine national categories and seven State awards, spanning performance, composition, outstanding contributions to Australian music by individuals and organisations, music education and regional music. Julian Morrow of ABC TV’s The Chaser hosted the Awards.

In New South Wales, the State Award honoured Excellence by an Organisation – “Over the past five years Moorambilla Voices and the associated festival event held in Coonamble, has given hundreds of children from regional and remote New South Wales the opportunity to take part in the festival and participate in music workshops in their local areas.”

This is truly an extraordinary achievement for such a small arts organization deeply committed to equity and musical excellence whilst serving the most remote communities in NSW.

For more information on the choirs of Moorambilla Voices and the Festival itself visit www.moorambilla.com

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axe falls on Music education programs in Qld

July 19, 2012

http://m.couriermail.com.au/news/queensland/campbell-newmans-razor-gang-deals-blow-to-school-band-competition/story-e6freoof-1226429452724

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AYB band for Junior Musicians


April 25, 2011

The Australian Youth Band is entering an exciting new phase, with the establishment of a junior ensemble for young musicians aged 12 -15. Players of brass, woodwind and percussion instruments who have a minimum musical standard of AMEB Grade 2 are encouraged to audition.

Junior Band (JAYB) musicians will have the opportunity to progress through to the Senior Band with the added attraction of international concert tours.

To book an audition time, please contact the band’s Musical Director on 0402-912-772 or music.director@ayb.org.au

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BER school hall survey


September 28, 2011

Music groups are looking for rehearsal space, in return for FREE tuition or concert tickets for your students!

If you have a new (BER) school hall at your Australian school, please fill in the following survey.

You will be helping local community music groups!

docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dDk2SmNJMXVDUmpFNXlPUndfcjFnN3c6MQ

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Brass Bedlam (Vic incursion)


November 18, 2011

Brass Bedlam: A mad-cap, educational romp through history using brass instruments, song and verse.

Book now for 2012.

kaddis@melbpc.org.au

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ConnectEd Arts (NSW)


January 21, 2010

Go to resource: ConnectEd Arts is a program run by Arts NSW that provides subsidies for school arts excursions, and funds education programs run by arts organisations. Read more…

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Corinbank ACT postponed


March 3, 2012

www.corinbank.com/

Due to heavy rain, ACT’s Corinband Music and Arts festival has been postponed (from March 2-4, 2012).

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Creativity and the Arts – public goods & Cultural Policy

April 7, 2013

http://www.smh.com.au/comment/creativity-and-the-arts-are-public-goods-20130314-2g2e5.html

SMH Article “New arts funding will help fuel creativity – but also jobs, future industries, health, education, exports and pride.”

http://www.smh.com.au/opinion/political-news/new-creative-australia-revealed-20130313-2fzsl.html

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Cultural Infusion


December 28, 2010

Go to resource: Cultural Infusion co-ordinates authentic multi-cultural performances, workshops and residencies in Australian schools.

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Cultural Infusion: Aboriginal Culture for a day


March 8, 2012
Aboriginal Culture for a Day is Touring in your State!
Introduce and immerse your students to one of the oldest living cultures in the world, with Cultural Infusion’s returning Indigenous artists, Alan Harris and his family, also known as Western Creation.

As members of the Noongar tribe and the Bibbulmann clan, Western Creation are one of the most inspiring Indigenous groups currently performing. Western Creation promotes reconciliation and understanding between all people in Australia.

Using many aspects of Aboriginal culture, including dance, music, song, art and history, Western Creation bring Australia’s Indigenous people into the hearts and minds of their audiences.

ABORIGINAL FOR A DAY
Program fee: $10 + gst per student, minimum
150 students Duration: 9.00am – 3.00pm approx.

Suits Primary schools – other Aboriginal concerts available for Secondary schools.

INDIGENOUS INFUSION
Program fee: $4.50 + gst per student, minimum
140 students Duration: 50 mins.

TOUR DATES
Regional VIC – 21 – 25 May
NSW –
28 May – 1 June
QLD –
4 – 8 June
SA –
18 – 22 June
WA
– 2 – 13 July – Extended dates due to high demand!

http://culturalinfusion.org.au/portalnew/upcoming-events/june-2012/

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Dalcroze Australia

January 23, 2010

Go to resource: Dalcroze Australia is the official Dalcroze association in Australia and offers courses for teachers. Read more…

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Department of Culture and the Arts (WA)

January 21, 2010

Go to resource: The Department of Culture and the Arts is the Western Australian government agency for arts funding, policies, and venues. Read more…

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Department of Education (Tas)

March 7, 2010

Go to resource: The Department of Education (Tas) is the government provider of school education in Tasmania.

Read more…

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Department of Education (WA)

March 7, 2010

Go to resource: The WA Department of Education is the government provider of school education in Western Australia.

Read more…

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Department of Education and Children’s Services (SA)

March 7, 2010

Go to resource: The Department of Education and Children’s Services (SA) is the government provider of school education in South Australia.

Read more…

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Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (Vic)

March 7, 2010

Go to resource: The Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (Vic) is the government provider of school education in Victoria.

Read more…

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Department of Education and Training (ACT)

March 7, 2010

Go to resource: The Department of Education and Training (ACT) is the government provider of school education in the Australian Capital Territory.

Read more…

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Department of Education and Training (NSW)

March 7, 2010

Go to resource: The NSW Department of Education and Training is the government provider of school education in New South Wales.

Read more…

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Department of Education and Training (NT)

March 7, 2010

Go to resource: The Department of Education and Training (NT) is the government provider of school education in the Northern Territory.

Read more…

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Department of Education and Training (Qld)

March 7, 2010

Go to resource: The Department of Education and Training (Qld) is the government provider of school education in Queensland.

Read more…

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Early Childhood Music Education (ISME)


February 3, 2010

Go to resource: Early Childhood Music Education (ECME) is under the International Society for Music Education (ISME) umbrella. Read more…

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Education Program – ACO

December 16, 2009

Go to resource: The ACO, through its national education program, aims to bring performances and musical experiences to students.

Read more…

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Encounter – MSO resource


September 16, 2011

MSO ENCOUNTER

This free website from Melbourne Symphony Orchestra offers and interactive tour of the orchestra, using Stuart Greenbaum’s score “90 minutes”.

Explore the orchestra, the conductor, the score and the composer – a lesson or two worth of content – let your students explore and arrange the score.

WARNING: Won’t work on Mac computers

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Ex-Cathedra Singing Playgrounds

March 27, 2011

A UK education program which trains primary school students to lead singing games in the playground – with cross-curricular results!

http://www.youthmusic.org.uk/case_studies/Ex_Cathedra_singing_playgrounds.html

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Flame Awards announced 2011


July 22, 2011

FLAME AWARDS: This year’s theme is: ‘creative and engaging ways of delivering music education’. Entries are open to Primary and Secondary schools across Australia in 2011.

Visit the Flame Awards website for entry information

http://www.musicplayforlife.org/index.php/campaigns/flames

Due 22nd August, 2011.

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Footscray Gypsies World Music Community Orchestra


April 8, 2011

Footscray Gypsies World Music Community Orchestra

This is a world music community orchestra based in Footscray in the western suburbs of Melbourne. Our repertoire focuses on klezmer, gypsy and balkan music. In true gypsy style, our sound will be influenced by whatever wonderful array of musicians turn up.  Whatever your instrument is, we’ll find a place for it.

Our first performance is booked for the 3rd July as part of the Newport Folk Festival.  Many more opportunities for gigs are in the pipeline.

The Footscray Gypsies meets on alternate Tuesday evenings, 6.30 to 9.00pm @ the Bigwest Festival rehearsal room, above the iconic Dancing Dog Café Level 1, 42 Albert Street in Footscray (close to the train station).

Fees: $15 casual ($40 for 4 weeks/2 months).
Concession: $10 casual ($30 for 4 weeks/2months).
Supper provided.

All ages groups welcome (our group spans from primary to mature adults!)

Bring a music stand, pencil and folder.  Sheet music provided.

If you have any enquiries, visit www.jensmusicschool.com
email: jensmusicschool@hotmail.com or phone 0413 128052

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free ACO kits 2013


March 4, 2013

Australian Chamber Orchestra school program – free teaching notes, worksheets and activities

Tognetti’s Mozart Tognetti’s Mozart ACT Tognetti’s Mozart NSW Tognetti’s Mozart SA Tognetti’s Mozart VIC Tognetti’s Mozart WA
Richard Tognetti presents ACO2 Richard Tognetti presents ACO2 ACT Richard Tognetti presents ACO2 NSW Richard Tognetti presents ACO2 QLD Richard Tognetti presents ACO2 SA Richard Tognetti presents ACO2 VIC
Barefoot Fiddler Barefoot Fiddler ACT Barefoot Fiddler NSW Barefoot Fiddler QLD Barefoot Fiddler SA Barefoot Fiddler VIC Barefoot Fiddler WA
Brahms Piano Quintet Brahms Piano Quintet NSW Brahms Piano Quintet SA Brahms Piano Quintet VIC Brahms Piano Quintet WA
Andreas Scholl sings Vivaldi Andreas Scholl sings Vivaldi NSW Andreas Scholl sings Vivaldi VIC
Brahms 4 & Steven Isserlis Brahms 4 & Steven Isserlis ACT Brahms 4 & Steven Isserlis NSW Brahms 4 & Steven Isserlis QLD Brahms 4 & Steven Isserlis SA Brahms 4 & Steven Isserlis VIC Brahms 4 & Steven Isserlis WA
Mozart Clarinet Concerto Mozart Clarinet Concerto ACT Mozart Clarinet Concerto NSW Mozart Clarinet Concerto VIC
Brandenburg Concertos Brandenburg Concertos NSW Brandenburg Concertos QLD Brandenburg Concertos VIC
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