Instrumental Studies Tuition

Instrumental Studies Tuition

CGGS Students Years 1-12

Individual Lessons

The Instrumental Studies Program comprises individual lessons held weekly and conducted by visiting specialist instrumental tutors. The Music Academy Administrator and Head of Junior School Music arrange instrumental lessons and allocate teaching studios. The specific scheduling of lessons is made between the Instrumental Studies Tutors, the student and their parents/caregivers. Instrumental Studies lesson operate on a rotating timetable so that students miss a different academic class lesson each week. There is an age restriction on some instruments due to the size and physical requirements needed to play them.

Weekly half hour lessons can be taken on the following instruments and are delivered by the following instrumental tutors:

Voice

(Available to students in Years 2-12)

Greta Claringbould, Jenny Sawer, Jade McFaul, Sarahlouise Owens

Flute/Fife

(Available to students in Years 2-12)

Kate Murphy, Teresa Rabe, Rebecca Timoney

Guitar

(Available to students in Years 2-12)

John Couch, Minh le Hoang, Ethan McAlister

Percussion/Drum Kit

(Available to students in Years 3-12)

Steve Fitzgerald

Double Bass/Bass Guitar

(Available to students in Years 4-12)

Ethan McAlister, Hayley Manning

Oboe

(Available to students in Years 5-12)

Megan Pampling

Clarinet

(Available to students in Years 4-12)

Stephen Rabe, Demetri Neidorf, Bori Cser

Bassoon

(Available to students in Years 4-12)

Jordan London

Saxophone

(Available to students in Years 4-12)

Demetri Neidorf, Stephen Rabe

French Horn

(Available to students in Years 4-12)

Carly Brown

Trombone and Euphonium

(Available to students in Years 4-12)

John Gilbert

Trumpet

(Available to students in Years 4-12)

Justin Lingard

Tuba

(Available to students in Years 4-12)

John Gilbert, Viv Martin

Organ

(Available to students in Years 4-12)

Joshua Ryan

Harp

(Available to students in Years 5-12)

Alice Giles

Non-CGGS Students and Adult Community Members

Individual Lessons

The Instrumental Studies Program comprises individual lessons held weekly and conducted by visiting specialist instrumental tutors. The Music Academy Administrator and Assistant arrange instrumental lessons and allocate teaching studios. The specific scheduling of lessons is made between the Instrumental Studies Tutors, the student and their parents/caregivers or adult community members. There is an age restriction on some instruments due to the size and physical requirements needed to play them.

Weekly half hour lessons can be taken on the following instruments and are delivered by the following instrumental tutors:

Piano

(Available to students in Years 1-Adult Community Members)

Lilian HathornKylie LovelandKerry Watson

Violin and Viola

(Available to students in Years 1-Adult Community Members)

Rowan Harvey-Martin, Olga Haydon

Cello

(Available to students in Years 1-Adult Community Members)

Megan Taylor

Voice

(Available to students in Years 2-Adult Community Members)

Greta ClaringbouldJade McFaul

Flute/Fife

(Available to students in Years 2-Adult Community Members)

Kate Murphy, Teresa Rabe, Rebecca Timoney

Guitar

(Available to students in Years 2-Adult Community Members)

John Couch, Ethan McAlister

Percussion/Drum Kit

(Available to students in Years 3-Adult Community Members)

Steve Fitzgerald

Double Bass/Bass Guitar

(Available to students in Years 4-Adult Community Members)

Kate Murphy, Ethan McAlister

Clarinet

(Available to students in Years 4-Adult Community Members)

Stephen Rabe, Bori Cser

Bassoon

(Available to students in Years 4-Adult Community Members)

Jordan London

Saxophone

(Available to students in Years 4-Adult Community Members)

Stephen Rabe

French Horn

(Available to students in Years 4-Adult Community Members)

Carly Brown

Trumpet

(Available to students in Years 4-Adult Community Members)

Justin Lingard

Tuba and Euphonium

(Available to students in Years 4-Adult Community Members)

Viv Martin

Instrumental Studies Tutors

All tutors who provide instrumental studies lessons through the Music Academy are professional musicians and are not employed by the School.
Parents/caregivers and community members are advised that the Music Academy acts only as an intermediary, and that there is a legal obligation
associated with any ‘Tuition Contract’ they enter into with the Instrumental Tutor.

Enrol Now for 2019

View our instrumental lessons, music ensemble and class opportunities for CGGS students from Prep – Year 12, non-CGGS students and adult community members plus submit your enrolment information now.