Is your child aged between 1 and 4 and interested in music?
Junior Jammers is for them! Early childhood exposure to music is scientifically proven to do more than just bring children joy; it helps their brain cells make the connections needed for virtually every kind of intelligence.
During this 30-minute class of up to 8 children, toddlers learn and develop basic musical skills including beat, pitch and rhythm. These concepts are explored through games and activities that are engaging and will leave your toddler with a smile on their face!
The toddlers will learn by combining music with movement, drama and speech into lessons that are similar to a child’s world of play.
It’s all about learning music and having fun!
Providing a holistic approach to your Music Education…
Our Band Program aims to develop the instrumental skills and musicianship of young players in a safe, respectful and fun learning environment. Our Ensemble Directors have a wealth of experience and knowledge about performing and playing in an ensemble environment, having performed in Australia and all over the world themselves!
For those students enrolled in the Band Program, part of their individual lessons are focused on learning the songs they will rehearse in their Ensemble.
The songs are carefully selected to ensure that each student can achieve at their level. Children will be allocated an ensemble group based on their skill level to ensure all members of the ensemble learn & grow together.
Above all, the Band Program aims to be safe, fun, educational and NOISY! Rehearsals work towards various public performances including our End-of-Semester and End-of-Year Concerts, as well as other selected public performances.
Combine Acting, Dancing and Singing and what do you get?
Musical Theatre! No experience needed. Just be ready to move around, get into character and have heaps of fun! Learn the tools of the trade from MT Director Lee Morunga (Singer Swing in the world renowned Musical ‘The Lion King’).
Feel what it’s like to be a pro in a safe, educational environment through Casting Auditions, learning about Lighting, Sound, Wardrobe, Stage Management, Make Up, Props and more!
Enriching the lives of people with a disability through music
Focus Music’s Enrichment Program delivers specialist music sessions to people with a disability.
The therapeutic effects of music have been widely researched and documented and can provide a fantastic outlet for individuals from a physical, cognitive, social and emotional perspective.
We believe music is a universal language that allows anyone to communicate, no matter who they are or where they come from. We use music to tap into the thoughts and emotions of those who may not be able to express those ideas explicitly.
Focus Music specialist Teacher’s incorporate music therapy techniques with music education approaches. Whilst our teachers are not music therapists, our Specialist Teachers have completed further study, research and professional development in the areas of teaching music to children and adults with a disability.