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Percussion Orchestral


Orchestral percussion are percussion instruments used in orchestras and concert bands mainly in classical music and related styles. Students are required to study all aspects of orchestral playing; with marimba, snare drum, and timpani being the three most basic areas of study. Orchestral percussion usually does not include drum kit studies.  Drum kit can be studied separately at the Conservatorium.  

Lesson Types Available:
  • One-to-one tuition
  • Small group Tutorials Available through our schools program

Teachers:

Requirements:

  • Students of all levels are welcome. 
  • It is preferable for students to have their own instrument to practice on at home.
     

Performance Opportunities:

Students studying at the Central Coast Conservatorium are offered the opportunity to perform in up to 2 concert practice performances each term (concert practice is an informal performance which includes masterclass style feedback from teachers) as well as in more formal end of term concerts in front of an audience of family and friends.  Throughout the year, the conservatorium also hosts workshops and professional recitals for students to attend. 

Ensemble Opportunities:

Students may chose to join a number of ensembles, including: 

Fees:

Information regarding current fees is available here

More Information & Enrolment:

If you would like more information on percussion lessons, or to enrol for lessons, please complete the following form or contact our administration office on 4324 7477.




For more information, please complete the following enquiry form and our Head of Percussion Department will contact you with more information.


Course Enquiry

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Mission Statement

We seek to inspire our Central Coast community to engage in and value music as an integral part of life through comprehensive music education and artistic endeavour.