Why Am I Doing this??? Thoughts at the end of a rough day.

One of my teachers, Donald Erb, and I used to talk about this sort of thing – how difficult it was to be heard as a composer; even someone like Vaughan Williams, when asked what being a composer was...

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Open Day at the Campus FEBRUARY 11th

Explore! Discover! Participate! Perform! Play! Create! Sausage SizzleRegister your attendanceCourse informationTeachersWorkshopsWebinars Come discover how our campus holds such big possibilities for your future career in Music! 2019 February 11th 10am to 3pm 451 Glenferrie Road, Kooyong 3144 Victoria 0398223111

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Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

The Staff of Australian Guild of Music Speech&Drama and Music Education would like to wish you a safe and wonderful Festive Holiday break and a Joyful New 2019 year ahead! Remember to practice often and use these holidays to...

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The Most Musical Days of the Year

By Yolanda Acker Did you know that there are a number of dates in the calendar that are particularly significant to music and musicians around the world? Here are some of the most important: 21 June. Coinciding with the Summer solstice,...

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The Mastery of Piano tuning

I had the good fortune to ask many questions of Jeffrey Wood, the Guild President, who is a registered Piano Tuner with the Piano Tuners Technicians Guild of Victoria and the Australasian Piano Tuners Technicians Association, whilst observing him...

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Never to late to be inspired to learn a musical instrument

Lyn Murphy-Lane an Actress from the 70's has in her older years decided that she would like to learn how to play the piano. Leonie Wobking a piano teacher registered with the Australian Guild of Music Education has enjoyed...

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Open day and meeting new musicians

What a fun day Tuesday was! Teachers, prospective students, and locals came into the campus to explore our facilities. The sausage sizzle was delicious and the conversations were delightful. Thank-you for coming to the campus , we met some very...

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You’re not alone: being a composer in the age of social media

If your idea of a composer is one of a lonely, garret-dwelling, wine-swilling, isolated, tortured soul, responding to the sorrows and joys of the world with music that "means" something, and hoping that enough people like it to pay...

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Career Expo Event – Melbourne Exhibition Centre

Come and discover how we can prepare you for a career in music! Booth 208 Door 9 Venue - Melbourne Exhibition Centre(Jeff's Shed) Friday 20th July Saturday 21st July Sunday 22nd July

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How to set up an Expo Booth for Music Courses!

A quick guide in setting up for a successful EXPO EVENT. Function: Careers Expo Event at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre over 3 days with 16,000 admissions. What to take and what is necessary to make it a successful event for our...

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