All are invited to attend our Information Night on 25 October 2019.
Please come along to find out about our enrolling in our programs. This is your chance to meet staff and students, take a tour of the School of Music, and to hear some of our Girls Jazz program tutors perform a free showcase concert. To help us best manage the evening's activities, please register via Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/open-school-info-night-tickets-67694220235
If you have any questions about the Information Night, or any other matter related to the Open School, please contact email@example.com.
About the Open School of Music
The School of Music has a strong and enduring commitment to outreach into the wider community. The School of Music works closely with its principal funding supporter, artsACT, and also partners with local festivals, community music making organisations, and teachers and schools through the Education and Training Directorate. The School also collaborates with many of the major cultural institutions resident in the ACT.
The aim of the Open School of Music is to provide developing musicians with a supportive and nurturing social environment in which they can improve their technical and theoretical knowledge of music, interact and share their love of music with their peers, and rub shoulders with the world of professional music-making.
In particular, it aims to ensure that high-quality music education is accessible to all children in the ACT who have the interest and aptitude.
2019 Term Dates
Term 3: Monday 22 July to Friday 27 September
Term 4: Monday 14 October to Friday 8 November
Semester 2 Recital Week: 8 to 12 November
2020 Term Dates
Term 1: Monday 17 February to Friday 3 April
Term 2: Monday 27 April to Friday 12 June
Semester 1 Recital Week: 12 to 16 June
Term 3: Monday 20 July to Friday 25 September
Term 4: Monday 12 October to Friday 6 November
Semester 2 Recital Week: 6 to 10 November
Studying at the ANU Open School of Music offers students a range of activities including:
A stimulating school environment with a like-minded peer group;
Tuition from the highly experienced staff at the ANU Open School;
Chamber music opportunities;
Performance preparation classes;
Masterclasses with ANU staff and visiting artists, and;
Interaction with ANU School of Music staff and tertiary students.
You can see all of our Semester 2 2019 Open School classes here.
Through the Developing Musicians Program, a range of pathways for young music students taking instrumental, vocal, or theory lessons are available to students from the ACT community, as well as engagement opportunities for music lovers of all ages.
The Girls Jazz Program offers aspiring young female jazz musicians the oppprtunity to come together for a weekly 2 hour ensemble rehearsal and perform at Open School events. In addition, participants are eligible to receive a 45 minute private lesson each week with an instrumental tutor.
Now in it's second year, the Community School of Rock program offers amateur musicians of varying levels the opportunity to learn new skills in a friendly, supportive environment.
For people over 18 with at least 6 months experience of learning their instrument.