Keyboard Classics / Top 40

 

Ages:  7 – 9 yrs:       10 – 12 yrs:      13 – 15 yrs:      Adult classes: 

Class: 45 minutes / One day per week  /  Requirement:  A4 display folder 

Keyboard classics / Top 40 is hosted by Tony Celiberti exclusive music arranger for Music Sales Australia, creating music notation for piano, vocal and guitar books (PVG) including artists such as: Delta Goodrem, Guy Sebastian, Eskimo Joe, Gabriella Cilmi, Jet, Powder Finger, Bernard Fanning, Wiggles, ABC For Kids, Guy Sebastian and many many more.view additional books created 

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Keyboard classics / Top 40 is a very popular class and a specifically designed music programme for the ages of 7yrs – adults (in their respective age groups) and is delivered within a group environment. Group learning is fun! and presents an opportunity for students to attain important values and skills that may not be evident in other music learning environments. Students are more motivated to learn in a social environment, and will tend to stretch further and practice more to ensure they are able to keep up with their peers. This also allows them the opportunity to develop and strive for their maximum potential, whilst developing their musical ear, sense of pitch, and hand-eye coordination. Students are accessed individually and allowed to develop at their own pace, the group environment breeds confidence, self-esteem, and develops their social skills.   read more about the importance of group learning

“And yes! Of course, the whole point of this is to enjoy music and have fun!

“This is how we learn best!”        

Keyboard classics / Top 40 provides students with room to grow musically and helps them to develop their repertoire. Students learn to master popular classics, soundtracks and movie themes including top 40, exposing them to a variety of music styles and genres. Students acquire the necessary skills required to read music notation and gain a greater understanding of music theory during fun filled class activities, including ear training (aural) – the development of the musical ear. Students are encouraged to perform in recitals, which are held at the end of each semester. Our recitals are traditionally known to be friendly, encouraging, warm and fuzzy and the children look forward to this important event, which helps them develop their performance skills and above all  “A HUGE! CONFIDENCE BOOSTER!”  

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Contact the WSOM for class times/costs or any further assistance 

Contact:  The Wellard School Of Music  or call  9523 2004