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Uke 'n Sing Intermediate - NEW STUDENTS

When:  10/10/2017-12/12/2017 
Where:  , 45B Cavanagh Street, Cheltenham 3192
Standard Rate:  $219.00
What:

Want to take your ukulele playing to the next level?

New students – get your first lesson for FREE!!

ADULT CLASSES FOR AGES 12+ TUESDAYS in Term 4, 2017

Intermediate Group – minimum pre-requisite - ability to play C, F & G7 and change chords competently.

This program is designed to prepare you for entry into the Advanced group:

• Consolidation of chords and changes

• Finger picking

• Variety of strumming patterns

• Playing and singing

• Songs in a range of styles

• Good playing technique

DATES: 10th, 17th, 24th, 31st October, 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th November, 5th & 12th December

TIME 5.20 - 6.00pm – includes all music

ADDRESS: 45B Cavanagh Street, Cheltenham 3192

*BYO Ukulele (soprano or concert) or purchase in class a good quality soprano uke with strap, bag & tuner for just $89

TO DOWNLOAD THE FLIER CLICK HERE

Group Leader Susie Davies-Splitter (M.Ed Mus.)

Susie has a substantial performing background, having been a solo artist for many years as well as playing keyboards, guitar and singing in jazz and function bands. These days she and her husband Phil perform as a duo in aged care facilities and with four others in a vintage rock and roll band playing the hits of the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s in hotels and clubs.

About 5 years ago, Susie decided to give the ukulele a go and is absolutely loving the ‘little’ instrument and never looked back. In that time, she has led school and adult uke groups, believing that it is an inclusive instrument for everyone to enjoy. She always manages to weave in a dance or two and lots of laughing and singing into every class too!

Susie is also a music and movement educator, accredited Orff practitioner, and award-winning composer. Together with her husband, Phil, they have presented and conducted professional development for teachers throughout Australia and around the world. Susie and Phil have developed the highly popular and award-winning ‘Welcome to Music’ series of CDs, books, chorals, musicals and story books as well as the newly released ‘Black Belt Ukulele’ series which are enjoyed extensively by teachers, parents and children of all ages.

www.welcometomusic.net

www.facebook.com/Welcome.to.music

To register click here


Uke 'n Sing Intermediate - RE-ENROLMENT

When:  10/10/2017-12/12/2017 
Where:  , 45B Cavanagh Street, Cheltenham 3192
Standard Rate:  $239.00
What:

Taking your ukulele playing to the next level!

ADULT CLASSES FOR AGES 12+

TUESDAYS in Term 4, 2017

Intermediate Groupminimum pre-requisite - ability to play C, F & G7 and change chords competently. This program is designed to prepare you for entry into the Advanced group:

  • Consolidation of chords and changes
  • Finger picking
  • Variety of strumming patterns
  • Playing and singing
  • Songs in a range of styles
  • Good playing technique

DATES: 10th, 17th, 24th, 31st October, 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th November, 5th & 12th December

TIME 5.20 - 6.00pm – includes all music

ADDRESS: 45B Cavanagh Street, Cheltenham 3192

*BYO Ukulele (soprano or concert) or purchase in class a good quality soprano uke with strap, bag & tuner for just $89

TO DOWNLOAD THE FLIER CLICK HERE

Group Leader Susie Davies-Splitter (M.Ed Mus.)

Susie has a substantial performing background, having been a solo artist for many years as well as playing keyboards, guitar and singing in jazz and function bands. These days she and her husband Phil perform as a duo in aged care facilities and with four others in a vintage rock and roll band playing the hits of the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s in hotels and clubs.

About 5 years ago, Susie decided to give the ukulele a go and is absolutely loving the ‘little’ instrument and never looked back. In that time, she has led school and adult uke groups, believing that it is an inclusive instrument for everyone to enjoy. She always manages to weave in a dance or two and lots of laughing and singing into every class too!

Susie is also a music and movement educator, accredited Orff practitioner, and award-winning composer. Together with her husband, Phil, they have presented and conducted professional development for teachers throughout Australia and around the world. Susie and Phil have developed the highly popular and award-winning ‘Welcome to Music’ series of CDs, books, chorals, musicals and story books as well as the newly released ‘Black Belt Ukulele’ series which are enjoyed extensively by teachers, parents and children of all ages.

www.welcometomusic.net

www.facebook.com/Welcome.to.music

To register click here


Uke 'n Sing Intermediate - STUDENT/CONCE

When:  10/10/2017-12/12/2017 
Where:  , 45B Cavanagh Street, Cheltenham 3192
Standard Rate:  $198.00
What:

Want to take your ukulele playing to the next level?

ADULT CLASSES FOR AGES 12+

TUESDAYS in Term 4, 2017

Intermediate Groupminimum pre-requisite - ability to play C, F & G7 and change chords competently. This program is designed to prepare you for entry into the Advanced group:

  • Consolidation of chords and changes
  • Finger picking
  • Variety of strumming patterns
  • Playing and singing
  • Songs in a range of styles
  • Good playing technique

DATES: 10th, 17th, 24th, 31st October, 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th November, 5th & 12th December

TIME 5.20 - 6.00pm – includes all music

ADDRESS: 45B Cavanagh Street, Cheltenham 3192

*BYO Ukulele (soprano or concert) or purchase in class a good quality soprano uke with strap, bag & tuner for just $89

TO DOWNLOAD THE FLIER CLICK HERE

Group Leader Susie Davies-Splitter (M.Ed Mus.)

Susie has a substantial performing background, having been a solo artist for many years as well as playing keyboards, guitar and singing in jazz and function bands. These days she and her husband Phil perform as a duo in aged care facilities and with four others in a vintage rock and roll band playing the hits of the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s in hotels and clubs.

About 5 years ago, Susie decided to give the ukulele a go and is absolutely loving the ‘little’ instrument and never looked back. In that time, she has led school and adult uke groups, believing that it is an inclusive instrument for everyone to enjoy. She always manages to weave in a dance or two and lots of laughing and singing into every class too!

Susie is also a music and movement educator, accredited Orff practitioner, and award-winning composer. Together with her husband, Phil, they have presented and conducted professional development for teachers throughout Australia and around the world. Susie and Phil have developed the highly popular and award-winning ‘Welcome to Music’ series of CDs, books, chorals, musicals and story books as well as the newly released ‘Black Belt Ukulele’ series which are enjoyed extensively by teachers, parents and children of all ages.

www.welcometomusic.net

www.facebook.com/Welcome.to.music

To register click here


Uke 'n Sing Advanced - RE-ENROLMENT

When:  10/10/2017-12/12/2017 
Where:  , 45B Cavanagh Street, Cheltenham 3192
Standard Rate:  $239.00
What:

Taking your ukulele playing to the next level

ADULT CLASSES FOR AGES 12+ TUESDAYS in Term 4, 2017

Advanced Group - ability to play at least 8-10 chords and change competently.

What do we do?

  • Play a range of songs with a number of chords including C, F & G7, D7, A7, G, E dim, Em, B7 etc.
  • Further strumming patterns 
 Finger picking through the blues and gospel
  • Riffs to well-known songs
  • Improvisation
  • Learn to read TAB & understand music theory
  • A dance or two.
  • A focus on singing.
  • A few concerts throughout the year

Dates: 10th, 17th, 24th, 31st October, 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th November, 5th & 12th December

Time: 7.00 -9.00pm – includes all music. Additional text - please purchase ‘The Ukulele Club Songbook'

Address: 45B Cavanagh Street, Cheltenham 3192

*BYO Ukulele (soprano, concert or tenor) or purchase in class a good quality soprano uke with strap, bag & tuner for just $89

TO DOWNLOAD THE FLIER CLICK HERE

Group Leader Susie Davies-Splitter (M.Ed Mus.)

Susie has a substantial performing background, having been a solo artist for many years as well as playing keyboards, guitar and singing in jazz and function bands. These days she and her husband Phil perform as a duo in aged care facilities and with four others in a vintage rock and roll band playing the hits of the 60's, 70's and 80's in hotels and clubs. About 5 years ago, Susie decided to give the ukulele a go and is absolutely loving the ‘little' instrument and never looked back. In that time, she has led school and adult uke groups, believing that it is an inclusive instrument for everyone to enjoy. She always manages to weave in a dance or two and lots of laughing and singing into every class too! Susie is also a music and movement educator, accredited Orff practitioner, and award-winning composer. Together with her husband, Phil, they have presented and conducted professional development for teachers throughout Australia and around the world. Susie and Phil have developed the highly popular and award-winning ‘Welcome to Music' series of CDs, books, chorals, musicals and story books as well as the newly released ‘Black Belt Ukulele' series which are enjoyed extensively by teachers, parents and children of all ages.

www.welcometomusic.net

www.facebook.com/Welcome.to.music

To register click here


Uke 'n Sing Advanced - NEW STUDENTS

When:  10/10/2017-12/12/2017 
Where:  , 45B Cavanagh Street, Cheltenham 3192
Standard Rate:  $219.00
What:

Want to take your ukulele playing to the next level?

New students – get your first lesson for FREE!!

ADULT CLASSES FOR AGES 12+

TUESDAYS in Term 4, 2017

Advanced Group - ability to play at least 8-10 chords and change competently.

What do we do?

  • Play a range of songs with a number of chords including C, F & G7, D7, A7, G, E dim, Em, B7 etc.
  • Further strumming patterns
  • Finger picking through the blues and gospel
  • Riffs to well-known songs
  • Improvisation
  • Learn to read TAB & understand music theory
  • A dance or two.
  • A focus on singing.
  • A few concerts throughout the year

Dates: 10th, 17th, 24th, 31st October, 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th November, 5th & 12th December

Time: 7.00 -9.00pm – includes all music. Additional text - please purchase ‘The Ukulele Club Songbook'

Address: 45B Cavanagh Street, Cheltenham 3192

TO DOWNLOAD THE FLIER CLICK HERE

Group Leader Susie Davies-Splitter (M.Ed Mus.)

Susie has a substantial performing background, having been a solo artist for many years as well as playing keyboards, guitar and singing in jazz and function bands. These days she and her husband Phil perform as a duo in aged care facilities and with four others in a vintage rock and roll band playing the hits of the 60's, 70's and 80's in hotels and clubs. About 5 years ago, Susie decided to give the ukulele a go and is absolutely loving the ‘little' instrument and never looked back. In that time, she has led school and adult uke groups, believing that it is an inclusive instrument for everyone to enjoy. She always manages to weave in a dance or two and lots of laughing and singing into every class too! Susie is also a music and movement educator, accredited Orff practitioner, and award-winning composer. Together with her husband, Phil, they have presented and conducted professional development for teachers throughout Australia and around the world. Susie and Phil have developed the highly popular and award-winning ‘Welcome to Music' series of CDs, books, chorals, musicals and story books as well as the newly released ‘Black Belt Ukulele' series which are enjoyed extensively by teachers, parents and children of all ages. www.welcometomusic.net www.facebook.com/Welcome.to.music

To register click here


Uke 'n Sing Advanced - STUDENT/CONCESSIO

When:  10/10/2017-12/12/2017 
Where:  , 45B Cavanagh Street, Cheltenham 3192
Standard Rate:  $198.00
What:

Want to take your ukulele playing to the next level?

ADULT CLASSES FOR AGES 12+ TUESDAYS in Term 4, 2017

Advanced Group - ability to play at least 8-10 chords and change competently. What do we do?

  • Play a range of songs with a number of chords including C, F & G7, D7, A7, G, E dim, Em, B7 etc.
  • Further strumming patterns
  • Finger picking through the blues and gospel
  • Riffs to well-known songs
  • Improvisation
  • Learn to read TAB & understand music theory
  • A dance or two.
  • A focus on singing.
  • A few concerts throughout the year

Dates: 10th, 17th, 24th, 31st October, 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th November, 5th & 12th December

Time: 7.00 -9.00pm – includes all music. Additional text - please purchase ‘The Ukulele Club Songbook'

Address: 45B Cavanagh Street, Cheltenham 3192

*BYO Ukulele (soprano, concert or tenor) or purchase in class a good quality soprano uke with strap, bag & tuner for just $89

TO DOWNLOAD THE FLIER CLICK HERE

Group Leader Susie Davies-Splitter (M.Ed Mus.)

Susie has a substantial performing background, having been a solo artist for many years as well as playing keyboards, guitar and singing in jazz and function bands. These days she and her husband Phil perform as a duo in aged care facilities and with four others in a vintage rock and roll band playing the hits of the 60's, 70's and 80's in hotels and clubs. About 5 years ago, Susie decided to give the ukulele a go and is absolutely loving the ‘little' instrument and never looked back. In that time, she has led school and adult uke groups, believing that it is an inclusive instrument for everyone to enjoy. She always manages to weave in a dance or two and lots of laughing and singing into every class too! Susie is also a music and movement educator, accredited Orff practitioner, and award-winning composer. Together with her husband, Phil, they have presented and conducted professional development for teachers throughout Australia and around the world. Susie and Phil have developed the highly popular and award-winning ‘Welcome to Music' series of CDs, books, chorals, musicals and story books as well as the newly released ‘Black Belt Ukulele' series which are enjoyed extensively by teachers, parents and children of all ages. www.welcometomusic.net www.facebook.com/Welcome.to.music

To register click here


EC training courses 2018 -Babies & Tots

When:  16/01/2018 
Where:  Melbourne Bayside, TBA
Earlybird Rate:  $149.00  Cutoff:  Friday 1st September 2017
Standard Rate:  $179.00
What:

WELCOME TO MUSIC EARLY CHILDHOOD TEACHER TRAINING COURSES 2018

These courses include a range of delightful rhymes, games, songs, folk dances, creative movement, musical stories, world music, percussion instrument activities, drumming, recorders, ukuleles and creative play. An involvement in a music program helps to educate the whole individual – intellectually, physically, socially, emotionally and creatively. Children develop confidence, self-esteem, memory, language, communication, listening, concentration, social skills, fine and gross motor skills, imagination and self-expression, while building an excellent foundation for future musical pursuits. This course is suitable for all educators working with young children – no prior music experience is necessary.

BABIES & TODDLERS (0-3 YRS) 5 HOUR COURSE:

This five-hour course includes a range of delightful rhymes, games, songs, folk dances, creative

movement, musical stories, world music, percussion instrument activities, and creative play for

babies & toddlers.

Course goals:

  • ·To learn how to teach and create a music and movement program for babies & toddlers, with sample lesson plans for a whole term
  • ·Ideas on how to build teacher confidence
  • ·How to incorporate puppets, props and visuals
  • ·Learn how to engage babies and tots to build motor function, foster listening skills and develop language.
  • ·To understand the research and benefits of music and movement
  • ·To learn how to use transition songs between activities
  • ·New ways to enhance learning across the curriculum (EYLF, NQS)
  • ·Hands on and practical activities that focus on creativity
  • ·Active and enjoyable music making that is appealing, immediately accessible and easy to teach

To download the flier click here

STUDENT REGISTRATION RATE - $100.00 (must be full-time undergraduate, photo ID required)

For Student Registrations or further enquiries please contact our office on 1300 769 803 or email janie@welcometomusic.net

To register click here


EC training courses 2018-Full 25-hour course

When:  16/01/2018-20/01/2018 
Where:  Melbourne Bayside, TBA
Earlybird Rate:  $599.00  Cutoff:  Friday 1st September 2017
Standard Rate:  $749.00
What:

WELCOME TO MUSIC EARLY CHILDHOOD TEACHER TRAINING COURSES 2018

These courses include a range of delightful rhymes, games, songs, folk dances, creative movement, musical stories, world music, percussion instrument activities, drumming, recorders, ukuleles and creative play. An involvement in a music program helps to educate the whole individual – intellectually, physically, socially, emotionally and creatively. Children develop confidence, self-esteem, memory, language, communication, listening, concentration, social skills, fine and gross motor skills, imagination and self-expression, while building an excellent foundation for future musical pursuits. This course is suitable for all educators working with young children – no prior music experience is necessary.

25 HOUR COURSE (Babies & Toddlers, Stage 1, and Stage 2):

This five-day course includes the full range of delightful rhymes, games, songs, folk dances, creative movement, musical stories, world music, percussion instrument activities, drumming, recorders, ukuleles and creative play for 0-8 years.

Goals:

  • ·To learn how to teach and create a music and movement program, with sample lesson plans for 0-3yrs for one term and 3-8 years for two whole terms!
  • ·Ideas on how to build teacher confidence
  • ·To understand the research and benefits of music and movement
  • ·To learn how to use transition songs between activities
  • ·Learn how to engage babies and tots to build motor function, foster listening skills and develop language.
  • ·How to incorporate puppets, props and visuals
  • ·New ways to enhance learning across the curriculum
  • ·Hands on and practical activities that focus on creativity
  • ·To understand links between music and maths, literacy and other subjects
  • ·To develop classroom management strategies
  • ·Active and enjoyable music making that is appealing, inclusive and easy to teach
  • ·Learn how to drum, play the descant recorder and the ukulele
  • ·‘Orff Schulwerk’ principles that will inspire, excite and motivate children to remember, understand, and love music.
  • ·How to evaluate music and movement
  • ·Peer teaching assessment – each participant is to present a musical item to the group
  • ·The opportunity to become a ‘Welcome to Music’ licensed teacher

To download the flier click here

STUDENT REGISTRATION RATE - $499.00 (must be full-time undergraduate, photo ID required)

For Student registrations or further enquiries please contact our office - 1300 769 803 or janie@welcometomusic.net

To register click here


EC training courses 2018 - Stage 1 (10 hrs)

When:  17/01/2018-18/01/2018 
Where:  Melbourne Bayside, TBA
Earlybird Rate:  $299.00  Cutoff:  Friday 1st September 2017
Standard Rate:  $399.00
What:

WELCOME TO MUSIC EARLY CHILDHOOD TEACHER TRAINING COURSES 2018

These courses include a range of delightful rhymes, games, songs, folk dances, creative movement, musical stories, world music, percussion instrument activities, drumming, recorders, ukuleles and creative play. An involvement in a music program helps to educate the whole individual – intellectually, physically, socially, emotionally and creatively. Children develop confidence, self-esteem, memory, language, communication, listening, concentration, social skills, fine and gross motor skills, imagination and self-expression, while building an excellent foundation for future musical pursuits. This course is suitable for all educators working with young children – no prior music experience is necessary.

STAGE 1 (3-8YRS) 10 HOUR COURSE:

This two-day course includes a range of delightful rhymes, games, songs, folk dances, creative movement, musical stories, world music, percussion instrument activities, drumming, ukuleles and creative play.

Course goals:

•To learn how to teach and create a music and movement program, with sample lesson plans for a whole term!

•Ideas on how to build teacher confidence

•To understand the research and benefits of music and movement

•To learn how to use transition songs between activities

•New ways to enhance learning across the curriculum (EYLF, NQS and the Australian curriculum –the Arts)

•Hands on and practical activities that focus on creativity

•To understand links between music and maths, literacy and other subjects

•To develop classroom management strategies

•Active and enjoyable music making that is appealing, immediately accessible and easy to teach

•Learn how to drum and play the ukulele

•‘Orff Schulwerk' principles that will inspire, excite and motivate children to remember, understand and love music

To download the flier click here

STUDENT REGISTRATION RATE - $189.00 (must be full-time undergraduate, photo ID required)

For Student Registrations or further enquiries please contact our office on 1300 769 803 or email janie@welcometomusic.net

To register click here


EC training courses 2018 - Stage1 & 2

When:  17/01/2018-20/01/2018 
Where:  Melbourne Bayside, TBA
Earlybird Rate:  $499.00  Cutoff:  Friday 1st September 2017
Standard Rate:  $599.00
What:

WELCOME TO MUSIC EARLY CHILDHOOD TEACHER TRAINING COURSES 2018

These courses include a range of delightful rhymes, games, songs, folk dances, creative movement, musical stories, world music, percussion instrument activities, drumming, recorders, ukuleles and creative play. An involvement in a music program helps to educate the whole individual – intellectually, physically, socially, emotionally and creatively. Children develop confidence, self-esteem, memory, language, communication, listening, concentration, social skills, fine and gross motor skills, imagination and self-expression, while building an excellent foundation for future musical pursuits. This course is suitable for all educators working with young children – no prior music experience is necessary.

STAGES 1 AND 2 (3-8YRS) 20 HOUR COURSE:

This 4-day course combines Stages 1 and 2, and includes a range of delightful rhymes, games, songs, folk dances, creative movement, musical stories, world music, percussion instrument activities, drumming, recorders, ukuleles and creative play. Goals:

•To create a music and movement program, with sample lesson plans for a second term in each age group!

•To expand the repertoire –more songs, rhymes, games, dances and instrumental activities

•To understand more research and benefits of music and movement

•Relate all learning to each curriculum (EYLF, NQS and the Australian curriculum – the Arts)

•Hands on and practical activities that focus on creativity

•To further investigate links between music and maths, literacy and other subjects

•Learn how to drum and play the descant recorder

•To continue to learn and improve skills on the ukulele

•Extended ‘Orff Schulwerk' learning – musical media and specific techniques

•To understand the Kodaly method

•How to evaluate music and movement

•Peer teaching assessment – each participant is to present a musical item to the group

•The opportunity to become a ‘Welcome to Music' licensed teacher

To download the flier click here

STUDENT REGISTRATION RATE - $349.00 (must be full-time undergraduate, photo ID required)

For Student Registrations or further enquiries please contact our office on 1300 769 803 or email janie@welcometomusic.net

To register click here


EC training courses 2018 - Stage 2 (10 hrs)

When:  19/01/2018-20/01/2018 
Where:  Melbourne Bayside, TBA
Earlybird Rate:  $299.00  Cutoff:  Friday 1st September 2017
Standard Rate:  $399.00
What:

WELCOME TO MUSIC EARLY CHILDHOOD TEACHER TRAINING COURSES 2018

These courses include a range of delightful rhymes, games, songs, folk dances, creative movement, musical stories, world music, percussion instrument activities, drumming, recorders, ukuleles and creative play. An involvement in a music program helps to educate the whole individual – intellectually, physically, socially, emotionally and creatively. Children develop confidence, self-esteem, memory, language, communication, listening, concentration, social skills, fine and gross motor skills, imagination and self-expression, while building an excellent foundation for future musical pursuits. This course is suitable for all educators working with young children – no prior music experience is necessary.

STAGE 2 (3-8YRS) 10 HOUR COURSE:

This two-day course is a continuation of Stage 1, and includes a range of delightful rhymes, games, songs, folk dances, creative movement, musical stories, world music, percussion instrument activities, drumming, recorders, ukuleles and creative play.

Goals:

•To create a music and movement program, with sample lesson plans for a second term in each age group!

•To expand the repertoire –more songs, rhymes, games, dances and instrumental activities

•To understand more research and benefits of music and movement

•Relate all learning to each curriculum (EYLF, NQS and the Australian curriculum – the Arts)

•Hands on and practical activities that focus on creativity

•To further investigate links between music and maths, literacy and other subjects

•Learn how to drum and play the descant recorder

•To continue to learn and improve skills on the ukulele

•Extended ‘Orff Schulwerk' learning – musical media and specific techniques

•To understand the Kodaly method

•How to evaluate music and movement

•Peer teaching assessment – each participant is to present a musical item to the group

•The opportunity to become a ‘Welcome to Music' licensed teacher

To download the flier click here

STUDENT REGISTRATION RATE - $189.00.00 (must be full-time undergraduate, photo ID required)

For Student Registrations or further enquiries please contact our office on 1300 769 803 or email janie@welcometomusic.net

To register click here


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