There is nothing more exciting for your child, than learning how to play their first musical instrument!
Most people when they think of learning the piano, think of the traditional "one on one" approach to learning. We have found the children aged between 5, 6 and 7 yrs really thrive in the group setting, as it allows for a more interactive and social experience. This sense of of "wanting to keep up with the group", has a hugely positive impact in their overall progress.
As well as learning to play songs on the keyboard, your child will develop their "musical ear" through aural games, playing percussion instruments, learn to read musical notation, sing, move and perform.
Why choose Grow Music Studio?
Your child will develop the ability to read and play music, a skill that brings lifelong enjoyment.
Learn to play as a group, developing part playing ability, & learning to be part of a team.
Learn to sing solfa, which is a system that helps children aurally identify and reproduce the notes that they hear. Important in the development of a good "musical ear."
Opportunity to build confidence by performing in front of their peers, every now and then in class. Recitals are also scheduled every 6 months - these are optional, and not a requirement:)
Led by highly experienced and university qualified music educators, with a special place in our hearts for younger musicians:)
Ages: Pre-Primary, Yr 1 & Yr 2.
Class Size: 5 - 8 children. (Caregiver required to be present.)
Class Duration: 45 minutes
Program Length: 4 x 10 week terms per year.
Intake dates: The largest intake period for this class is at the beginning of Term 1. However, we do start new classes subject to demand. Contact us to register your interest.
Membership Fees: $31.50 per week, billed in monthly instalments of $105. Fees are prorated from your start date.
Membership at GMS gives you much more than just weekly classes! Click here to discover your BONUS inclusions.
PARENTS PLEASE NOTE: Children must have access to a piano/keyboard at home for practice. (Minimum of 61 keys.) Regular home practice session with parental supervision are essential to your child's progress and success. 5 mins a day, 4 days a week is the minimum requirement for a student in their first year.
Parents are also required to attend with their children, to assist and join in with some of the activities. This will also better equip you to assist with your child's practice at home. If your child has younger siblings, it would be best to arrange care for them during this time. If this is not possible, you may like to consider sending another adult (relative or other) along to assist with the lessons.