Musical Notes

  • REGIONAL CONSERVATORIUMS PLAY THEIR PART IN GETTING NSW PLAYING, SINGING AND LEARNING TOGETHER, SAFELY RIVMEO – the Roundtable of Instrumental, Vocal and Music Education Organisations The Association of NSW Regional Conservatorium (ANSWRC) has united with more than a dozen other peak organisations and institutions to form a combined voice to government on the current crisis caused by COVID-19.  The Mitchell Conservatorium is one of 17 Regional Conservatoriums across NSW represented by the ANSWRC. Inaugurated in the last week, the Roundtable of Instrumental, Vocal and Music Education Organisations (RIVMEO) has its first objective to get NSW playing, singing and learning together, safely.…

  • Did you catch our Early Childhood Music Workshop today? Clickety Clack Beep Beep was a lot of fun! Follow the link to see the video or to watch it again!🚗🚌🛵https://www.facebook.com/mitchell.conservatorium/videos/534501600825227/

  • Now can be the best time to start learning music! 😀🎶If you have always wanted to learn an instrument, Mitchell Conservatorium is proud to assist you in isolation with FREE instrument hire for new students of Term 2.With our entire teaching staff available online, all our lessons are accessible right from your home. Why not learn a new skill with a qualified music teacher, all from the comfort of your own home? 🎷🎺🎸🎻🥁🎤Social distancing delivery of the instrument is also available. Call us today to enrol as a new student on 6331 6622!  

  • Hit Like A Girl 2020 is the ninth annual international contest for female drummers, percussionists and beat makers. Its purpose is to showcase and encourage drumming and lifelong musicianship for girls and women, regardless of age, playing level or geographic location.🥁The event is produced by the Hit Like A Girl Contest and made possible by the generous support of artists, individuals and companies in the music and music products industries.Check it out today!https://hitlikeagirlcontest.com/

  • Tomorrow, Wednesday 11th March, a fabulous lunchtime concert will be performed in All Saints Cathedral featuring some of our staff members. A joyous way to spend a lunchtime is hearing these talented musicians performing in such an incredible space - we hope you enjoy! 😊

Acknowledgement

We pay our respect to all First Nations elders both past and present from the lands where Mitchell Conservatorium students reside. In particular, we acknowledge the Wiradjuri and Dharug peoples of Australia, who are the traditional custodians of the land where Mitchell Conservatorium campuses are located.

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