Group Instrumental Lessons
Instrumental Lessons for All Ages
Whether you want to learn music with your children or are looking for a new musical experience, learning a musical instrument is rewarding at any age.
Why encourage your child to learn an instrument? Learning a musical instrument is the next step in developing an understanding of music. Developing skills in music will support your child’s learning in other subjects and give them the self confidence they need to progress through school. Playing music feels great and it is a social activity that will stay with your kids for life.
Why is learning in a group is beneficial? We develop:
Better critical thinking skills
Social skills through interaction: teaching and encouraging each other
Trial class – Would you like me to book you a trial?
Saturday 26th June 1:00 – 1:45pm Guitar/Ukulele Trial
Saturday 26th June 2:45 – 3:30pm Piano/Vocal Trial
* If these times don’t suit please contact us
Term 3 – Group Instrumental Timetable
Commencing Monday 12th July – 10 week term @ $25 per lesson = $250
Saturday 1:00 -1:45pm Small Group Guitar/Ukulele
Saturday 2:45 – 3:30pm Small Group Keyboard/Vocal
Monday 4:45 – 5:30pm Small Group Keyboard/Vocal
Tuesday 4:15 – 5:00pm Mixed instrument class – a step towards learning an individual instrument.
Wednesday 4:30 -5:15pm Small Group Keyboard/Vocal
Wednesday 5:30 – 6:15pm Beginner Rock Band – prior lessons required. Primary/High School Aged.
Thursday 4:30 – 5:15pm Small Group Guitar/Ukulele
Note: All teachers are also teach Voice. It is beneficial for children to be able to sing what they play, therefore voice will be incorporated into all group lessons. Classes run with 2 or more children.
Are You Looking to Learn a New Instrument?
“My 7 year old son absolutely loves his trumpet sessions with Tanya! He is so excited for his class he totally buzzes the whole way through. Tanya engages him with the music that he likes and knows to spark his interests, which suits his style. I love this about her. It’s not prescribed learning, it’s all about what works best for the student. Fostering his passion and exploring the instrument, whilst learning, will keep his passion alive as he grows. ”
“As a person who has learnt both piano and violin (up to AMEB Grade 8), I have had a lot of experience with many different music teachers over many years. Now as a parent, with my son learning trumpet from Tanya, she is the best instrumental teacher that I have ever come across. Her enthusiasm and passion for music shines through when she teaches. From the start, she quickly developed a great rapport with my son, and her experience and ability to work with young children is very evident. She also teaches a variety of musical styles and encourages improvisation. My son says that she is humorous and fun and always looks forward to having his trumpet lessons. She is also an awesome trumpet player! I highly recommend Tanya and Musical Minds to anyone looking for quality and excellence.”