Mixed Aged Family Classes

Make musical memories with your family, as part of a community, for 45 minutes each week in our award winning, pressure free family music classes and be given the tools and inspiration to bring more joyful music into your every day lives.

Kindergartens and Centres

Enrich the life of your kindergarten or centre with fun, quality music classes, and 1: 1 mentorship & support for your educators. Provide them with the tools and inspiration to make joyful music part of the daily routine of the centre.

Rhythm Kids – Coming Soon

Continue your child’s musical journey in a FUN and and innovative way through drumming, singing and movement. Designed for 4-8 year olds Rhythm Kids helps your child develop the skill, attitude and musicality to become a lifelong music-maker

“Music gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything”
Plato

We believe that music is our birthright and the best musical learning takes place in a playful, pressure free, musically rich ‘family style’ environment.

In our main Mixed Aged Family Class each week you’ll find a community of grown ups and children (babies, toddlers and kindergarten aged kids) singing, dancing, jamming, improvising, playing & connecting through music. Most importantly, families are given the tools and inspiration to bring the joy of music home.

Meet our wonderful teachers

who will inspire you to bring the JOY of MUSIC into your everyday lives

Our team of highly trained teachers is made up of experienced musicians, music therapists, instrumental teachers, school teachers, actors and parents who are united by one common passion; bringing the joy of music to families and communities.

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8 Ways to Create a Musical Family

Creating an identity as a Musical Family 8 Ways to Create a Musical Family   When your children are young, it’s a great time to think about creating an identity as a family. Over the last few weeks in class we have been discussing ‘what makes a musical family’ and how we can identify as

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