Music Lessons at Jika
1/2 hour individual lessons in piano, flute, guitar, cello, voice and ukulele. All ages.
$30/$25 conc. per lesson. Call Jika 9482 5100
Orkeztra Glasso Bashalde
Interested in playing Gypsy and World Music with a 20 plus piece community orchestra?
Capable of reading music and keen to play in a large ensemble? $10/$5 per session, come and try for free.
Call Talia 0468 657 181
Suzuki Violin lessons
Suzuki violin lessons available from highly experienced and trained teacher, John Officer.
Call John on 0430 339 109, or email email@example.com
Tuesday & Saturday Jan—Dec
You’re welcome! Drumming is FUN and it’s as EASY as ABC—123
Email Pat firstname.lastname@example.org
Celtic Jam for Morning Tea
Friday mornings 10am – 12pm (during the school term)
Come and join in a relaxed introduction to playing in a Celtic jam session. We learn tunes slowly by ear, and perform regularly.
Call Judy 0422 868 680, or email email@example.com
Fue-On Bamboo Flute Practicing Group
First Saturday of every month
Let’s practice Japanese bamboo flute with up to 5 people together!
Email Ayako firstname.lastname@example.org
AFRICAN DRUMMING CLASSES
With Mohamed Camara
Mondays 7 – 8pm
Experience the rich and vibrant culture of West Africa through drumming with Guinean master drummer Mohamed Camara.
Call Anna 0427 538 938, or email email@example.com
human instruments – a workshop with international artist nick demeris, nyc
Presented by Circle Singing Melbourne
Saturday – Sunday 4 – 5 March
HUMAN INSTRUMENTS is a workshop that unlocks the power of the voice using techniques from improvisational jazz, freestyle rap, european clown, and the musical methods espoused by vocal master Bobby McFerrin,
Whether you consider yourself a diva of song or a novice of sound, this workshop will explore our greatest musical potential, harnessing the power of improvisation to release the music inside and become ‘Human Instruments’. Play with spontaneous singing, beatboxing, rap, vocal ‘sampling’, body percussion, and ultimately how to stand at the centre of a circle – turning human beings into instruments and sound into music.
Email Carlie firstname.lastname@example.org