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National Conference

Click below for information about the ASME National Conference coming up in Melbourne 13-15 July at RMIT. https://aomevents.eventsair.com/QuickEventWebsitePortal/asme-2017/conference

Music Online Music Units at the University of Tasmania. The University of Tasmania is offering two online courses that have no tuition fees or debt and for those enrolling in the Music Skills B course they will also get free access to Musition and Auralia, online.

Music Skills B is a beginner online music theory and aural unit from the University of Tasmania. Music Skills B assumes a basic knowledge of music-reading and will introduce students to the structures of music theory through notation and listening. Once students have completed this unit they should be able to: • Write and read […]

Walking in the Labyrinth Released

TASME Commission ‘Walking in the Labyrinth’ by Karlin Love performed by the UTCMP Wind Orchestra released. This piece was commissioned from Karlin for the 2017 Australian Bands Championship to be held in Launceston. Please Click Here to listen! (Sound Cloud)

Tasmanian Aboriginal Perspectives through Music

The presentation by Bill Baker and Theresa Sainty from TASME2015 Conference has been added to the Teacher Resources page. Also a copy of the draft transcription of the Songlines of the Moonbird by Dyan and Ronnie Summers has likewise been included there.

ANCA Choral Reading Day

ANCA is holding a choral reading day in Hobart on September 17 Click Here for more details.  

Katie Wardrobe is coming to Launceston

We are so excited to announce that Katie will be returning to Launceston for on October 21 to present one day of Professional Learning for Primary and Early Childhood Music Educators and including formative technology assessment tools. The flier for this event has been updated to include session details CLICK HERE To BOOK please just email stewartp@lcs.tas.edu.au […]