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So you're feeling confident on your instrument and looking for a new challenge? Talk to your teacher about joining one of our groups.
Attendance in these groups is free to current students and GMC Graduates. It is an open class, so students can choose to attend in Term 1 and Term 4, if necessary, to accommodate sports or other Saturday morning seasonal activities.
Saturday students who are at Year 2+ level MUST be involved in a group class.
This group is for students in their first and second year of learning music. Body Rhythm teaches children to FEEL the beat and gives them tools for reading and understanding rhythm.
This is for anyone who has completed two years of Recorder and all students learning the Treble Recorder. Students can learn other types of the recorder and play more challenging pieces. Students who have completed the Recorder course and are learning other instruments may still join the Recorder Ensemble to further their skills and improve their general musicianship.
This is a setting where students can come and work on their music theory books, and there is a teacher there to help and provide guidance. Students learn to read and write music, and the reasons behind what they see on the page. Students must have learnt music for more than three years.
|2021 Music Theory: NEW Saturday 11-11.3-||0.00||Fully booked|
This group is required for any Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Trumpet, Trombone, Saxophone and Bassoon student in their 2nd year on their instrument. Percussionists also required (can have a background in Keyboard or Drums).
This group is required for any Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Trumpet, Trombone, Saxophone and Bassoon student in their 3rd+ year on their instrument. Percussionists also required (can have a background in Keyboard or Drums).
This group is free and available to any students that have been learning Violin, Viola or Cello for three years or more. It is highly recommended for students so they can learn to play music in a group setting.
For selected students only. Students will learn how to improvize, be comfortable with playing solos, and performing advanced rhythms. Speak with your teacher if you are interested in being part of this elite group.
Students learn to use their voice as an instrument. They must be able to read music, so we have set the age minimum at 8 years.