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MUSIC WEEK is open for registration!

Week 10 : Saturday 29 June - Friday 5 July 2019

We are extremely excited to offer our students and the community an innovative approach to music education on the Central Coast.

MUSIC WEEK draws upon the vast pool of knowledge and talents of our wonderful teaching staff all brought together in a huge week of activities.

Our program includes classes, workshops, demonstrations, informative talks and concerts.

Music Week is for everyone but you do need a Pass to participate.

Find the right Pass below:

Conservatorium One-to-One weekly Students
Conservatorium one-to-one weekly students automatically gain a Conservatorium Pass to MUSIC WEEK. This free pass (in lieu of your week 10 class) gives you access to all activities except for the Premier Ensembles Concert which is a separately ticketed event. This pass also includes a parent/guardian observer ticket to all activities.

This means that you can immediately register for activities. Click HERE to register.

Conservatorium Ensembles/Bands/Orchestra/Schools program/ Lakes Strings/other enrolled students:

You are entitled to purchase a Conservatorium Pass which gives you access to over 100 activities during Music Week.
This pass also includes a parent/guardian observer ticket to all events.

Exclusions:
● Accompaniment sessions (1 to 1 weekly Conservatorium students only)
● Premier Ensembles Concert on Friday 5th July which is a separately ticketed event that occurs four times a year at the end of each School Term.
Cost: $44.00
Purchase your pass HERE.  

General Public
Community Pass gives you access to over 100 activities.This pass also includes a parent/guardian observer ticket to all events for students under 18 years of age.

Exclusions:
● Accompaniment sessions (1 to 1 weekly Conservatorium students only)
● Premier Ensembles Concert on Friday 5th July which is a separately ticketed event that occurs four times a year at the end of each Term.
Cost: $65.00
Purchase your pass HERE.

Children’s Music Program: Entry is free to the “Musical Jungle” sessions for families with young children (0 – 10) to explore music education.

Each class/event has a maximum number of participants, so it is essential to book your place. View your CMP schedule and to book a place click HERE.

Full Program and information is available HERE

Artistic Director/CEO
Central Coast Conservatorium of Music

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.