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Instrumental Music

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Why learn an instrument?

Learning an instrument makes our brain bigger. It helps us with reading and comprehension skills, problem solving skills and improves our capacity to work in a team.

It uses the whole brain unlike any other learning activity.

The Queensland Instrumental Music Program is an ensemble-based music program, meaning that students learn to play together from the very first lesson.

Students participate in one 30 minute group Lesson, and one Ensemble/Orchestra rehearsal, per week. Lessons take place during school hours while Ensemble/Orchestra rehearsals are either before school or during play time.

Progression through the Instrumental Music Curriculum occurs through both lessons and ensemble, with students developing a range of skills both on and off the instrument. Assessment takes place each term with report card marks provided each semester.

If you’re interested in applying, read the Information Handbook  and contact instrumentalmusic@burrowesss.eq.edu.au to find out if there are places available for your child. Recruitment is finalised in Term 4 ready for the start of the new school year.”


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Last reviewed 11 September 2020
Last updated 11 September 2020