Performance Groups

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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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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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 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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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free iPad choir (Melb)


February 10, 2013

Attention Singing Teachers, Choir Conductors and all Choral Enthusiasts,

Arts Centre Melbourne invites you to experience a new way to participate in Choral Singing with our iPad Choir.

Step 1              Register Your Interest

Step 2              We deliver the music to your iPad

Step 3              Practice at home with sheet music that plays back (or don’t practice if it’ll make the event more fun!)

Step 4              Come to the one off event and sing your heart out!

We hope to have a wide cross-section of Melbourne’s Choral Community represented, and it’s a great opportunity to sing in the Riverside Mezzanine performance area of the redeveloped Hamer Hall.

Venue:              Riverside Mezzanine in Hamer Hall

Time:                12.30pm

Dates:              Thursday 14 March

Duration:           1 hour

Cost:                free – but you must register to participate

To register call 9281 8748 or email ipadchoir@artscentremelbourne.com.au

You can visit the event page here.

Please note, this event is for adults and not school children, unless they have particular skill in this area.

I look forward to hearing from you,

Joshua Cowie
Digital Educator
Arts Centre Melbourne
T +61 3 9281 8748
F +61 3 9281 8618
E joshua.cowie@artscentremelbourne.com.au
W artscentremelbourne.com.au
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Global Conservatory – distance education from NY

September 13, 2011

Manhattan School of Music has instituted a groundbreaking distance learning program — the first of its kind at a major conservatory — devoted to exploring the use of state-of-the-art videoconference technology for music education and performance.

Use the internet to take 50 minute classes with your students, or to undertake professional learning for yourself / your community.

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Goran Bregovic, Tales & Songs for Weddings & Funerals – Education Kit

January 22, 2010

Go to resource: Goran Bregovic – Tales & Songs for Weddings & Funerals education kit is provided through the Melbourne International Arts Festival site, and was performed at the festival in 2008. Read more…

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Indigenous fusion with AAO

January 9, 2012

THIS YouTube channel of Australian Art Orchestra shows interplay between Indigenous Australian singers and musicians from the Australian Art Orchestra. Play video/s to students and ask them to compare the treatment of melody/pitch and duration/rhythm. Which aspects are similar, different and interesting? When both groups play together, which aspects of music create unity? How is the fusion of the two groups achieved?

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Kita Performing Arts Company (Victoria)

January 23, 2010

Kita Performing Arts Company is an ensemble based in Melbourne and operates throughout Victoria to present traditional and contemporary Asian music and dance. Read more…

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Klezmer workshop (Melb) March 26, 2013


March 17, 2013

KLEZMER WORKSHOP for all instruments March 26th ( for you and your students )

with The London Klezmer Quartet (recently sold out Melbourne Recital Centre ) and Ernie Gruner www.londonklezmerquartet.com and www.erniegruner.com

A 100% participatory workshop with the London Klezmer Quartet and Melbourne’s own Ernie Gruner where you can learn klezmer tunes and  dances and more about the interaction between the two.

You’ll have the chance to learn the celebratory and soulful music of Jewish Eastern Europe, focusing on melody, rhythm and ‘groove’, and the dance steps.

The workshop caters for instrumentalists and dancers – and for people who would like to do both! All instruments and ages welcome.

People with an interest in folk dancing but who don’t play an instrument are very welcome.

Musicians should be comfortable playing their instruments and be able to find notes with ease.

Date: Tuesday 26th March

Time:  7pm – 9.45pm

Cost $35 / $25 (conc.) for musicians and $25 / $22 (conc.) for dancers

Venue: Harry Atkinson Harry Art and Craft Centre, Coburg Lake Reserve, Lake Grove, off Gaffney Street, Coburg North, VIC 3058

Booking Essential:   Advance booking online at www.trybooking.com/CJDJ If unable to book online please contact Angela Nauck (contact details below)

Travel Tips

Tram    Three minute walk from tram 19, Sydney Road.

Bus     Five minute walk from bus route 525 and 526 on Murray Road.

Train   Ten minute walk to Batman train station, Upfield line.

Parking Car park, shared with Lake Reserve, for 50 cars. Car park will be locked at 10pm

CONTACT DETAILS:

Angela Nauck  (LKQ tour manager) Tel: 0405 409903 email: angelanauck@hotmail.com OR Ernie Gruner on ernie@erniegruner.com – note Ernie’s new email address!

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live performance requests (Vic)


July 28, 2011

VCE Music teachers – do you have a request for a live performance of Australian works?

Fed Square and Patma Music (http://www.patmamusic.org.au/patma.html) will present a new education series in 2012, with a focus on Australian music.

Please e-mail me directly if you would like to hear any particular compositions in live performance (pre-1910 and/or twentieth-century Australian music).
cindy.thomas@fedsquare.com

Concerts will be held in May and September 2012, and will be supported with teacher resources.  Feel free to send me any comments or suggestions for programming to suit your students’ needs.

Regards, Cindy Thomas
Cindy Thomas | Fed Square Pty Ltd
Program Manager – Education

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Medea: Sasha Waltz and guests – Education Kit

January 22, 2010

Medea: Sasha Waltz and guests was a work performed at the 2009 Melbourne International Arts Festival. Read more…

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Melbourne International Arts Festival

January 22, 2010

Go to resource: The Melbourne International Arts Festival is held in October each year. Read more…

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Melbourne Symphony Orchestra

January 22, 2010

Go to resource: The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra (MSO) is a professional orchestra and offers education programs to schools. Read more…

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Melbourne Symphony Orchestra schools program 2012


December 13, 2011

The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra offers a spectrum of concerts for school students, designed to inspire active participation in music. All the information is now available on the MSO’s website, along with downloadable booking forms and the 2012 concert diary; schools will also receive a MSO Education and Community Outreach brochure at the start of Term 1, 2012. If you have further questions please contact 03 9626 1198, or email education@mso.com.au

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Melbourne Youth Music

January 22, 2010

Go to resource: Melbourne Youth Music (MYM) offers programs and performances to children and young people. Read more…

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Met Opera HD in schools


June 12, 2013

www.metoperafamily.org/metopera/about/education/hdinschools.aspx

Metropolitan Opera’s Live in HD series features opera performances transmitted live from the Met stage to movie theatres around the world – and to students, teachers, and administrators across USA.

Free worksheets on opera and ballet can also be found on the Met’s website:

ARMIDA MORE ARMIDA

LA BOHEME

CARMEN

many more free teaching resources here: http://www.metoperafamily.org/metopera/about/education/educatorguides/content.aspx?customid=24652

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More Than Opera (Victoria)

January 22, 2010

Go to resource: More Than Opera (Victoria) is a Melbourne-based ensemble that aims to provide accessibility to opera.

Read more…

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Musica Viva

December 2, 2009

Go to resource: Musica Viva provides around 2500 professional music concerts to venues across Australia.

Read more…

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National Folk Festival – free education resources

April 19, 2011

The National Folk Festival (Australia) is developing educational resources. These include a free CD of 2009 festival highlights & IWB resources about the fiddle.

http://forteachersforstudents.com.au/NFF/

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Ooolation! A Tasmanian Singing Adventure – June/July 2011


April 25, 2011

Why Should the Kids Have All the Fun!

Ooolation! Tasmania Singing Adventure June 30 – July 10 2011
Young Voices of Melbourne, in association with Festival of Voices and Ooolitic Music is running a singing camp for singers aged 18 – 28 (with flexibility) with three outstanding US leaders – Malcolm Dalglish, Moira Smiley, Joshua Kartes and Jeff Fellinger, along with Sydney percussionist Peter Jacob, Amelia Alder and Mark O’Leary.

We will rehearse for 5 days on the beautiful and remote Maria Island, before heading to Hobart’s wonderful Festival of Voices where the Ooolation! Singers will play a key role. We are looking for singers with experience who love music, performing, the outdoors and have a sense of adventure! Malcolm Dalglish has been runnning these camps in the USA for years, but this will be the first time Ooolaion has come to Australia.

More information is available at:
http://www.oooliticmusic.com/

If you are looking for some musical enrichment in the July school holidays this might be for you. Please pass this information on to any senior or past students who might be interested.

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Opera Australia


December 21, 2009

Go to resource: Opera Australia is Australia’s national opera company.

Read more…

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Orchestra Victoria

January 22, 2010

Go to resource: Orchestra Victoria is a Victorian full-time professional ensemble, based in Melbourne. Read more…

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Orchestra Victoria Education Programs

January 22, 2010

Go to resource: Orchestra Victoria offers education programs for teachers and students. Read more…

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Performance Skills workshop for students


March 27, 2011

Inspiring Performance Skills workshops for Secondary Students
with Living Music Now

Taking advantage of industry experienced musicians with a professional performance background is now becoming increasingly more important with the renewed focus on performance at VCE level.  After refining her approach for the tertiary sector Melanie Atma, performer, musician and composer is now in her second year of delivering her unique and inspiring performance workshops specifically for secondary age students.

LMN workshops provide students with confidence building tools that combat nerves, teach the power of mental preparation and the skill of asking for and offering feedback.

· Complimenting the work of instrumental music teachers
· Students perform their own work in an open and supportive environment
· Great for group or solo contexts developing students prior to recitals and performance exams
· Greater on-going enjoyment for both performers and their audience.
· 90- minute workshops presented at your school

Through the use of (More than just a master class) innovative techniques and tools LMN workshops shift the focus away from competition and comparison, encouraging students to reflect upon their own personal goals, acknowledging their own unique gifts & strengths.

For more details visit: www.livingmusicnow.com.au <http://www.livingmusicnow.com.au>
Or contact melanie@livingmusicnow.com.au

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Primary School Music Education Package (Musica Viva)

December 2, 2009

Go to resource: The Primary School Music Education Package is designed to offer school students a concert experience, supported by education resources that tie in with the curriculum.

Read more…

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Professional Learning (Musica Viva)

December 2, 2009

Go to resource: Musica Viva offers one-day professional learning courses to teachers in schools.

Read more…

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PYMS Peninsula Winter Music School – July 2011


April 19, 2011

2nd Peninsula Winter Music School

A three day music program run by the Peninsula Youth Music Society. School aged and tertiary students will have the opportunity perform as part of an orchestra or be involved in music theatre or participate in the Big Band. Highly experienced musicians have been engaged to work with participants of the Winter Music School. The Ingrid Martin Orchestra for string, woodwind, brass and percussion instrumentalists will rehearse as a full ensemble and also be involved in wind, string and brass tutorials.

Tutors Dr Ingrid Martin and Michael Dahlenburg. The Royal Music Theatre group is for singers, dancers and actors. Tutors Monica Royal and Harlene Hercules. The members of this group will learn works from musicals and receive vocal and dance tutorials. The Eric Budd Big Band is for students with some performance experience on either woodwind, brass, drum kit, guitar or keyboard. The band will perform works from the swing jazz era. Tutor Eric Budd

The Winter Music School will run from 4th to 6th July at Mt Erin Secondary College. For details and brochure ph.9782 2450 or 5975 8841 Or visit www.pyms.org.au to download a form.

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Random Acts of Culture


October 8, 2012

www.knightarts.org/random-acts-of-culture

“We strongly believe in the potential of the arts to engage residents, and bring a community together.”

Read more at the above link, and watch videos of musical acts of culture HERE … and HERE … and HERE.

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Secondary Schools Music Program (Musica Viva)

December 2, 2009

Go to resource: Musica Viva provides live concert experiences to secondary school students across Australia.

Read more…

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singers required – new community choir – Port Melbourne


April 3, 2011

Cadence Choir is a new community choir for adults rehearsing on Saturday mornings with Steph Payne www.stephpayne.com.au in Port Melbourne. If you are interested, you will find more details at: http://www.cadencechoir.com.au/Home.html

For enquiries phone Rosemary on 0407 332 725 or email romac@iinet.com.au
Joining a choir is a great means of Personal & Professional Development!!

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Sistema Australia

January 24, 2011

Sistema Australia – A school music education system based on a Venezuelan model. Currently being trialled in Laverton (VIC), the model involves instrumental learning and high-quality performances at school.

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SMH article: Tognetti plays at Matraville Soldiers Settlement Public School

June 1, 2011

http://www.smh.com.au/nsw/spreading-the-sound-of-music-with-a-10m-violin-20110525-1f34z.html#ixzz1NnD1Fx4F

Richard Tognetti and members of the ACO played for students at Matraville Soldiers Settlement Public School (thanks to the support of the Australian Children’s Music Foundation). The article’s content includes advocacy for music education in schools.

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Southern Sounds singers (Vic)


May 25, 2013

The Southern Sounds Chorus are looking for new members. Southern Sounds Chorus is an acappella 4-part harmony choir. You can attend a free workshop and enjoy a Five Week Free Introductory Membership to try it out and see if you like it! Details are as follows:

  • Saturday 8th June, 10am – 3pm: Free Workshop, followed by 5 consecutive Tuesday evenings at 7pm
  • Venue: St Jude’s Parish Hall – 30 Warrandyte Road, Frankston/Langwarrin.
  • Enquiries: Judy (03 9775 4464) or Christine (03 5971 2231)
  • Bookings are essential
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Sydney Symphony Orchestra (SSO)

March 7, 2010

Go to resource: The Sydney Symphony Orchestra (SSO) is a professional orchestra, resident in New South Wales at the Sydney Opera House.

Read more…

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Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra

March 7, 2010

Go to resource: The Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra (TSO) is a professional orchestra resident in Tasmania.

Read more…

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The Arts Centre, Melbourne

January 23, 2010

Go to resource: The Arts Centre Melbourne provides education programs specifically for school students, including performances and workshops. Read more…

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The Australian Chamber Orchestra (ACO)

December 16, 2009

Go to resource: The Australian Chamber Orchestra (ACO), led by Richard Tognetti (Artistic Director), is one of Australia’s leading ensembles.

Read more…

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The Black Arm Band: dirtsong – Education Kit

January 22, 2010

The Black Arm Band: Dirtsong was a work performed at the 2009 Melbourne International Arts Festival. There is a free Education kit available here. The second half of the activities are specifically Music-related, while the first half are Arts and literacy-related. Read more…

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The Black Arm Band: Hidden Republic – Education Kit

January 22, 2010

The Black Arm Band: Hidden Republic was a work performed at the 2008 Melbourne International Arts Festival. Read more…

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The Queensland Orchestra (TQO)


March 7, 2010

Go to resource: The Queensland Orchestra (TQO) is a professional orchestra resident in Queensland.

Read more…

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Victorian Opera

March 8, 2010

Go to resource: Victorian opera is a professional opera company, resident in Melbourne.

Read more…

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Victorian Opera – performances and PD


October 30, 2011

Bookings for the 2012 Education Program are now open at Victorian Opera. This includes a special Cinderella theatre experience for primary pupils in a series of one hour presentations of Rossini’s La Cenerentola.

We will once again offer a Professional Development program for teachers and singers as well as further opportunities to host a workshop in your school with our Outreach to Schools program.

Upper Secondary school groups attending our mainstage productions will have an additional experience preceding a performance with the opportunity to meet with an artist from the production in our new Seminar series.

http://www.victorianopera.com.au/explore/

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West Australian Symphony Orchestra (WASO)

March 7, 2010

Go to resource: The West Australian Symphony Orchestra (WASO) is a professional orchestra resident in Western Australia.

Read more…

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Western Edge Youth Arts (Victoria)

January 21, 2010

Go to resource: Western Edge Youth Arts is a Western Victorian not-for-profit organisation that provides arts experiences to young people. Read more…

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Wollongong Conservatorium of Music

December 2, 2009

Go to resource: The Wollongong Conservatorium, located 1 hour south of Sydney, is one of the NSW Regional Conservatoriums.

Read more…

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World’s Biggest Band: 13 July 2013


October 8, 2012

World’s Biggest Band is a chance to make history playing live with Artistic Director and internationally renowned musician James Morrison in Brisbane on Saturday 13 July, 2013 as part of the Queensland Music Festival.

Concert bands, big bands, brass bands, primary and secondary school bands and individual musicians from across Australia are invited to participate.

Participants will download and learn a piece of iconic Australian music arranged by James Morrison specifically for this event.

For more information or to register your expression of interest visit www.qmf.org.au

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