Playing music increases motivation and encourages self-esteem. Ensemble playing fosters wellbeing, co ordination skills, concentration, self-control, and is just plain fun!
Junior Piano provides a friendly and stimulating environment in which advanced young pianists develop their skills and potential, gaining valuable musical awareness and performance experience. The program supplements and extends the pianistic training provided by the students’ regular one-to-one teachers, and provides a weekly venue for young pianists to meet and learn with their musical peer group. For Further information, click on the links below.
Dr Arabella Teniswood-Harvey
16 years and under
Beginners – Advanced players
Ensemble playing experience
Andante Tutti Beginners: 90 minute group lesson
Allegretto Tutti Intermediate: 90 minute musicianship/chamber ensemble workshop
Presto Tutti Advanced: 90 minute musicianship/chamber ensemble workshop
NB: Interviews required for all prospective participants
Yuen Yum San Williams, Principal Music Educator, Conservatorium of Music, UTAS
UTAS Conservatorium of Music Staff and Students
Wind Serenade is for primary and secondary school students up to 18 years of age. Passionate, enthusiastic and experienced woodwind specialists will provide individual lessons and direct the small ensembles where students will have the opportunity to learn valuable ensemble skills, develop teamwork, and experience how fun it is to make music with others. For Further information, click on the link below.
Wind Serenade Program (2013)
Applications and Further Details
Conservatorium of Music, Room 302
Postal Address: Private Bag 63 Hobart Tas 7001 AUSTRALIA
Telephone: +61 3 6226 7314
Website Address: http://www.utas.edu.au/conservatorium-of-music
Authorised by the Head of School, Tasmanian College of the Arts
26 April, 2013