South West Music has an thrilling new vacation program which is able to run for 2 weeks beginning Monday.
There’s something for all ages and talent ranges, and SWM director Kate Butler stated it’s an effective way to be taught one thing new, have a refresher, spark a baby’s creativeness or ignite a lifetime ardour.
For the primary time, piano trainer Tomoko Niwa is working a three-day recorder program in Deniliquin for younger kids from January 12 to 14.
Children will be taught to learn music, perceive rhythm and harmonies and play some tunes, culminating in a mini-performance for folks.
‘‘You might suppose that enjoying the recorder is not what the cool children do however, just like the ukulele, it is a wonderful ‘gateway’ instrument that may introduce younger kids to music,’’ Ms Butler stated.
‘‘This system prices $40 and features a Yamaha recorder to maintain.
‘‘Talking of ukuleles, they’re known as the happiest instrument and Chris Bodey will run a 3 days children’ ukulele program in Deniliquin from January 12 to 14.
‘‘It’s ideally suited for younger individuals aged eight and over, and caters for all abilities ranges from ‘I’ve by no means performed an instrument earlier than’ to ‘I may very well be the subsequent Vance Pleasure’. Members can convey their very own a ukulele or have one supplied.
‘‘Numbers are restricted, so get in quick if you wish to guide a spot. The $40 price pays for 3 90 minute classes and a ukulele to play and take house between periods.’’
If in case you have all the time wished to check out a trumpet, saxophone or clarinet, George Maddison will lead a free session the place you get to find out about completely different woodwind and brass devices.
It is going to be held Tuesday, January 19.
‘‘You possibly can check out flute, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet and trombone and see which one fits you finest,’’ Ms Butler stated.
‘‘If you happen to find it irresistible, you possibly can even guide in for a 30 minute paid lesson with one in every of our skilled lecturers.
‘‘That is appropriate for all ages, and bookings are important.’’
SWM can also be taking bookings for a one-off or sequence of 30 minute periods between January 19 and 21 for anybody who requires further assist in leaning an instrument or on vocals.
These periods are appropriate for all ages and talent ranges. The $30, 30 minute periods can be found for piano, guitar, ukulele, banjo, mandolin, vocals and all woodwind and brass.
To seek out out extra or guide a spot, contact Anne at South West Music on 5881 4736 or [email protected]