Other Music Teachers for Kids in the Melbourne Region

Victoria (VIC)

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Kathryn Cooper is currently completing a Masters of Music Performance Teaching specialising in Saxophone at the University of Melbourne. She teaches at Glen Iris, Toorak and St. Monica's Primary school as a woodwind, brass, keyboard and percussion teacher. She has been studying music for 15 years and been directly studying the Saxophone for 11 years now. She has travelled to South Australia, Perth and throughout Victoria performing music at events and festivals. She has toured to England, France, ...
Bec Tilley: Melbourne Singing Teacher and  Vocal Tutor
Are you looking for fun and relaxed voice coaching that leads to real results & understanding? Have you experienced vocal teaching that focuses exclusively on “breathing to your diaphragm”? Is simply “supporting the breath” actually helping you hit those high notes and achieve a stronger sound? Or do you have a feeling there might be more to it than that? Do you know what your false vocal folds are, and how they hinder your singing – and can even cause vocal damage? Do you know what ...
Alastair Mcgrath-Kerr
Alastair McGrath-Kerr Qualifications: B. Mus (Hon.), M. Phil, PhD Mus. FAWKNER/COBURG NORTH/GLENROY/HADFIELD/PASCOE VALE/RESERVOIR DRUM LESSONS, BRAZILIAN PERCUSSION LESSONS, PANDEIRO LESSONS, AURAL LESSONS, ENSEMBLE COACHING, THEORY LESSONS, JAZZ IMPROVISATION LESSONS Pricing: $35 half hour lesson. $65 full hour lesson. EFTPOS AVAILABLE! Suitability: Ages 10 years and up BIO Drummer/percussionist Alastair McGrath-Kerr is recognised as one of Australia's leading exponents of Brazilian percussion ...

Level 1 Shop 3, 9 Howey Rd, Mount Martha, VIC 3934

If your a seasoned musician, learning to play in a band, or eager to learn music for the very first time, one on one music lessons is the best approach to developing your skills. In particular for those over the age of 50, learning music helps to maintain brain health. Whilst playing music assists emotional and physiological wellbeing overall, it also is beneficial for young people enhancing visual and motor skills essential for a child’s development.
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