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Our group lesson timetable is above. This will be evolving through the year

Group classes are available to our Group Only students and Combo Students (private +group class enrolments)

* Our Group classes will go ahead once a minimum of 4 students per class are enrolled

* Our Greek singing and bouzouki classes will commence in Term 2. Bouzouki are available for purchase from The Music Space

* Teen Harmony classes are only for Combo students. We accept students in this class from age 11

Here's what you can expect from each of our Group Classes!

Singing Classes (5-6 year olds)

  • Vocal warmups

  • Introduction to Rhythm

  • Learning through play with music

  • Cultivating the love of music within them

  • Singing with the teacher

  • Movement

Singing Classes (7-8 year olds)

  • Vocal warmups

  • Rhythm exercises

  • Learning to read music

  • Start singing as a group in unison

  • Simple choreographies and more coordinated moves

  • Stage presence

  • Preparing for private lessons starting at age 9

Teenage Vocal Harmony Classes

  • Breathing

  • Harnessing your voice with vocal warmups

  • Technical exercises

  • Vocal techniques commentary

  • Development of reading music

  • Solfeggio

  • Pitching

  • Understanding the dynamics of singing as a group

  • Stage presence

  • Choreography and movement

  • Vocal harmony work

  • Opportunity to perform at The Music Space recitals and work towards eisteddfods and local performances with time and development

Adult ’Sing For Joy’ Classes

  • The prerequisite for the adult classes is for the opportunity to let your voice out!

  • Vocal warmups to begin

  • The key is to enjoy and express yourself through song

  • Well known songs will be explored

  • Singing in unison as a coordinated group and with time and development, simple harmony parts will also be added

  • No audition

  • Opportunity to perform at The Music Space recitals

Greek Singing Classes

  • Vocal warmups using Greek phonics

  • Develop correct pronunciation of Greek phonemes

  • Breathing

  • Work on varied greek song material

  • Learning to sing in unison

  • Simply harmony work introduced when group has developed vocally

  • Greek speakers an advantage however not compulsory, English phonetics and Greek language will be used for song and warm up materials used

Bouzouki Classes

  • Bouzouki / Paxlama will be available to purchase from The Music Space or you can bring your own instrument

  • Learn to play bouzouki! One of Greece’s traditional instruments with its distinct sound and style

  • Beginner and Intermediate classes will be run to teach the instrument

  • These classes will be run so that students learn to read music

  • Understand rhythm

  • Develop their ability to play this iconic Greek instrument

  • Opportunity to perform at our Music Space recitals

Band Jam Ensemble

  • Learning your instrument in private lessons is essential in learning to play and understand rhythm and reading music

  • Taking your playing to the next level is when you can work on a piece of music and play it with others

  • Our new “Band Jam” is all about grouping together our various students and giving them an opportunity to improve their listening, work through a piece of music with their ‘band mates’

  • Take instruction and guidance from their conductor

  • Work as a team

  • Develop their rhythm and timing

  • Learn to play some cool songs as a group

AMEB Music Theory

  • At The Music Space we focus strongly on building wholistic musicians.

  • Our goal is to teach our students not only how to play their instrument correctly, we also place strong emphasis on ensuring they are understanding about rhythm, reading music and get a good dose of Music Theory

  • Music Theory exams are excellent for students taking music exams, students who are taking music or doing music classes at school (particularly high school), budding songwriters or for people wanting to understand music on a deeper level

  • Our 1hr music theory classes will work with the AMEB music theory curriculums and we will be working through various levels our students require


  • Songwriting is a powerful medium not only from a lyrical perspective but also from a melodic one

  • Our songwriting classes will be run as a workshop style hour where budding songwriters can bring the material they have been working on so that we can work on it collaboratively

  • These monthly classes are also for people who are keen to learn how to songwrite and not sure where or how to begin

  • Songwriting is therapeutic, enriching, powerful and hugely creative.

  • It is also a very technical process which will explore song structure, chordal structure, phrasing and lyric and melody development