Kettering Piano Quartet in residence The Friends’ School

The Kettering Piano Quartet will be undertaking two residencies at The Friends’ School during 2018. Accordingly, the Quartet will be presenting a public performance at 2pm on Sunday 8 April at The Farrall Centre. The ticket price for students is $10. Tickets may be purchased online via the TSO Box Office. The Quartet will also present an open rehearsal in […]

Cynthia Howard and Jon Madin in Nepal

Cynthia Howard, our current chair, recently toured with Jon Madin to Nepal in January 2018. Check out the full article at this link:  

Introducing Antony Hubmayer; presenting at the 2018 TASME State Conference

  Antony Hubmayer is an Australian music educator with over 25 years of classroom teaching experience. He has worked extensively with teachers and students integrating constructivist influenced approaches into secondary school music curriculums and has presented workshops and papers throughout Australia and internationally.  He is a senior music assessor for the South Australian Certificate of […]

Introducing Davina McClure; presenting at the 2018 TASME State Conference

Davina McClure obtained a B. Mus. Ed. from the University of Melbourne where she was awarded the Florence Bradford Scholarship.  She has since undertaken postgraduate studies in choral conducting at Monash University and a Master of Education from the University of Melbourne.  Davina has taught classroom Music from Kindergarten to Year 12.  She has held teaching […]

Introducing ‘The TSO Education Program: Building the Future’ – presentation at the 2018 TASME State Conference

The Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra is internationally recognised for its  Australian Music Program. Likewise, the  TSO Education Program supports the development of Australian composers from the ground up, providing an extensive range of online classroom resources for teachers of primary classroom music. Jenny Compton will explain the philosophy behind the TSO Education Program and discuss exciting […]

Introducing Rob McWilliams – presenting at the 2018 TASME State Conference

2018 TASME STATE CONFERENCE – Rob McWilliams will be presenting three wonderful sessions: “Selecting and Preparing Instrumental Ensemble Music for Optimum Musical Outcomes” This session will explore the issues involved in making appropriate choices for school instrumental ensembles and then how to best prepare to teach and rehearse the chosen music for best results. Resources […]

National Conference

Click below for information about the ASME National Conference coming up in Melbourne 13-15 July at RMIT.

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 […]