That is the big question. What is practice all about? Everyone wants to be able to play the piano or sing really well and they want to feel happy with the way they are performing. Everyone wants it all to...
Are you looking for a new teaching approach, maybe something different for 2019? Would you like to challenge your students and have them assessed in groups? You may like to consider the AGME’s Speech syllabi no 6 and 7, which...
2019 marks 50 years since the AGME began operations. But it’s also a 50 year milestone for one of the Guild’s most respected teachers—Jan Skinner. Jan’s first Diploma students qualified in 1969, two of 54 students to do so since...
The A.G.M.E. Examiner's role may be summarised as follows:- To provide a fair mark. To encourage but not to give false hope. To provide a comprehensive report with guidelines for both the teacher and student. To be cheerful and...
The human benefit of music is about bringing people together for many activities and reasons; people build communities with music. 'With the 'Ipod Age' we are the first generation in history that have changed music from being about participation and...
Jeremy Woolhouse was organised by Leonie Wobking a Performance Lecturer at the AGME, to come to the Guild to give a lecture for our students this Wednesday about using the Alexander Technique, the lesson is a back and neck saving reminder. Being mindful...
Intimate class sizes with encouraging teachers, available to answer questions in the classroom or online. The Guild is located in Kooyong, Melbourne.