Big Kids Classes

Piano Lessons

Sad Piano Pieces

Simone offers piano lessons to all ages, including adults! For children attending school, lessons are from 3:45 to 5:45 Monday to Thursdays. For adults, Simone offers lessons during the day on Mondays and Wednesdays.

Where: Studio 5 Number 5 Collopy street, across from the library.

Cost: $25 for 30 mins. $50 for 1 hour.

When: During the school term. Payment is for the term, with the last week reserved for make up lessons. End of year concert is held at the studio.

SONGWRITING Workshops. Minimum of 4 required, maximum of 8.

When: Coming in 2020!

Time: 10:00am – 12:00pm. Snack provided.

Who: Ages 10-12 years. If they have an instrument and can play it competently, please bring it along.

Why: Songwriting is a way for anyone to express themselves. Simone has used songwriting in many ways to connect with adults, teens and primary school aged children. If your child likes writing poems, this could be a way to extend them a bit more. If your child has already written songs, this could be a way to share them and refine them, adding in in other instruments and voices. We will also record the songs in the final session. Some children may want to work independently or within a group, both options are there.

Where: Studio 5, number 5 Collopy Street across from the library 

Swanage Community Drum Circle

DRUMMING WORKSHOPS. Minimum of 6 required. Maximum of 10.

When: Starting in 2020!

Time: Saturday mornings 10:00-12:00, snack provided.

Who: Children between 8 and 12 years.

Why: Sometimes life throws curve balls your way and words aren’t always going to be the answer. Drumming can help you work through the “stuff” and help you get it all out in a safe and supportive space.

Where: Studio 5, number 5 Collopy Street across from the library and soon, other locations in North East Victoria. 

 

DRAMA CLASSES Minimum of 6 required Maximum of 12.

When:  Coming in 2020!

Time: 10:00-12:00pm Snack provided.

Who: Primary aged children. May be split into two groups to reflect abilities and age.

Why: Drama is a great way to express yourself through movement, voice and getting the chance to becoming another person in another world. Also, it’s an opportunity to write their own script if they choose to do so and then perform after the semester.

Where: Studio 5, number 5 Collopy Street across from the library.