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Why Join an Ensemble?

- Tuesday, October 17, 2017
Playing in an ensemble has many benefits:
  • Meet like-minded people of a similar standard and age
  • Learn to read a music score in parts
  • Increase your Practice Schedule so you don't let down the band
  • Master your instrument (or voice, if joining Choir)
  • Rehearse with a professional conductor - a cost effective group lesson
  • Improve your self confidence
  • Build a performance portfolio (this can be useful if you are applying for further education in the field of music)
  • Get friends and families involved in your music education
  • Go on tour with your group
  • Experience the thrill of playing in professional Performance Venues
  • Perform exciting pieces written for orchestras
  • Be on the program for a popular opera or musical theatre performance
  • Have fun!

Central Coast Conservatorium has a number of graded ensembles for its students and others learning an instrument independently or privately.  More info

  • Large Ensembles
  • Medium Ensembles
  • Small Ensembles
  • Choirs
  • Music Theatre Course
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Term Dates

The Central Coast Conservatorium operates to NSW Department of Education School Gazetted Term dates


Term 1
1-1 Lessons Wed 27/1 to Thur 1/4
Sat Strings Ensembles Sat 6/2 - Sat 26/3
CCYO & Ext program Tue 9/2 - Tue 30/03
PWE & SWO Wed 10/2 - Wed 31/03

Term 2
Monday 19/4 to Saturday 26/06 

Term 3
Monday 12/7 to Saturday 18/09

Term 4
Monday 05/10 to Saturday 18/12



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.