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Music Corner North Offers Lessons On a Large Number of Specialty Instruments Including…

 

Saxophone

Trombone

Trumpet

Violin

Cello

Flute

Bassoon

Ukulele

Mandolin

Banjo

 

We Offer Lessons on all these Instruments with specialist teachers who are well suited to teach students of all ages and skill levels, Music Corner Lessons are perfect for students looking to supplement their learning while playing in a school band or for beginners of all ages wanting to learn the instrument they have always dreamed of for the first time.

Many Students have their first musical experiences on one of these instruments so proper tuition is the key to a greater level of musical potential for the future. All our teachers are highly experienced on their instruments, and are ready to teach all styles of music, so students are able to learn the music they are most passionate about and keep them motivated to learn and loving it.

Students of our Music School are also eligible for s student discount downstairs at Music Corner, to make sure you always have all the instruments, books and accessories you need to keep up with your learning.

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More about our folk and orchestral teachers

AMY: Violin

Amy Suebwicha started on the piano at age 5, later went on to begin learning the violin at age 9. Finding she loved the violin she completed AMEB exams to Grade 8 level end of 2015, following that she completed her Certificate of Performance with Honours July 2016 the same month she got accepted into the Elder Conservatorium of Music.   Currently she studying her third year for a Bachelor of music majoring in Classical Performance under the tutelage of Elizabeth Layton. In 2018 Amy had the opportunity to travel to London on a study tour where she visited four music academies; Royal College of Music, Royal Academy of Music, Guild Hall and Trinity Conservatoire. Through her time studying she has found a deep love for playing in orchestras and hopes to play in chamber and symphony orchestras in the future.

Amy Suebwicha started on the piano at age 5, later went on to begin learning the violin at age 9. Finding she loved the violin she completed AMEB exams to Grade 8 level end of 2015, following that she completed her Certificate of Performance with Honours July 2016 the same month she got accepted into the Elder Conservatorium of Music.

Currently she studying her third year for a Bachelor of music majoring in Classical Performance under the tutelage of Elizabeth Layton. In 2018 Amy had the opportunity to travel to London on a study tour where she visited four music academies; Royal College of Music, Royal Academy of Music, Guild Hall and Trinity Conservatoire. Through her time studying she has found a deep love for playing in orchestras and hopes to play in chamber and symphony orchestras in the future.

Jake: Violin

Jake Beard began studying the violin at age eleven, after having a great interest in classical music from a young age.  In 2016 he completed AMEB eighth grade in violin, passing with honors. Later that year he was accepted into Elder Conservatorium's Bachelor of Music (Classical Performance) program in violin, to study with Elizabeth Layton.  Jake has been instructing students in theory and violin since 2015. Exercising an eye and ear for detail ensures that his students perform at their best.

Jake Beard began studying the violin at age eleven, after having a great interest in classical music from a young age.

In 2016 he completed AMEB eighth grade in violin, passing with honors. Later that year he was accepted into Elder Conservatorium's Bachelor of Music (Classical Performance) program in violin, to study with Elizabeth Layton.

Jake has been instructing students in theory and violin since 2015. Exercising an eye and ear for detail ensures that his students perform at their best.

Bianka: Violin

Bianka Laurovics will be a graduate from the Elder Conservatorium of Music at the end of 2017, holding a Bachelor of Music - Classical Performance. She has been successful in competitions and has performed solo, chamber, and orchestral works in many venues around Adelaide such as Elder Hall, Adelaide Festival Centre, and Pilgrim Church. Bianka is a passionate piano and violin teacher who desires to drive all her students to excellence in their musical journeys.

Bianka Laurovics will be a graduate from the Elder Conservatorium of Music at the end of 2017, holding a Bachelor of Music - Classical Performance. She has been successful in competitions and has performed solo, chamber, and orchestral works in many venues around Adelaide such as Elder Hall, Adelaide Festival Centre, and Pilgrim Church. Bianka is a passionate piano and violin teacher who desires to drive all her students to excellence in their musical journeys.


LOIS: Violin

An active member of the music community in Darwin for over twenty years, Lois performed as a violinist with the Darwin Symphony Orchestra(DSO), the DSO Quartet, the Arafura Ensemble, the Darwin Chorale, the Palmerston Ballet, Sweethearts Music and many other incidental performances. She also took part in DSO’s 2013 Desert Tour for the first ever orchestral concert at Australia’s iconic landmark, Uluru.  As music educator, she has taught both classroom and instrumental music programs in a number of schools  Lois completed her music education degree in 1987 at the South Australian College of Advanced Education, later completed a degree in music performance at the Northern Territory University, studying violin with Darwin Symphony Orchestra’s Emeritus Chief Conductor and Artistic Director.  She enjoys sharing her passion and enthusiasm for music with her students and seeks to provide each one the opportunity to explore their own musical potential.

An active member of the music community in Darwin for over twenty years, Lois performed as a violinist with the Darwin Symphony Orchestra(DSO), the DSO Quartet, the Arafura Ensemble, the Darwin Chorale, the Palmerston Ballet, Sweethearts Music and many other incidental performances. She also took part in DSO’s 2013 Desert Tour for the first ever orchestral concert at Australia’s iconic landmark, Uluru.

As music educator, she has taught both classroom and instrumental music programs in a number of schools

Lois completed her music education degree in 1987 at the South Australian College of Advanced Education, later completed a degree in music performance at the Northern Territory University, studying violin with Darwin Symphony Orchestra’s Emeritus Chief Conductor and Artistic Director.

She enjoys sharing her passion and enthusiasm for music with her students and seeks to provide each one the opportunity to explore their own musical potential.

MASON: CELLO

Mason Stanton is a graduate from the Elder Conservatorium of Music, awarded with First Class Honours under the tutelage of Janis Laurs and Rachel Johnston.  In recognition of his endeavors as a performer, Mason has been awarded a number of prizes and scholarships, including First Prize at the Adelaide Eisteddfod Concerto Competition, the Adelaide Youth Orchestra Concerto Prize, James Whitehead Scholarship, the Varley Scholarship, the Selbourne Moutray Russell Scholarship, the Eugene Alderman Prize, and the Elder Conservatorium's Director's Award.  In 2019, Mason will be joining the Australian Youth Orchestra on their International Tour throughout Europe, China and Australia.

Mason Stanton is a graduate from the Elder Conservatorium of Music, awarded with First Class Honours under the tutelage of Janis Laurs and Rachel Johnston.

In recognition of his endeavors as a performer, Mason has been awarded a number of prizes and scholarships, including First Prize at the Adelaide Eisteddfod Concerto Competition, the Adelaide Youth Orchestra Concerto Prize, James Whitehead Scholarship, the Varley Scholarship, the Selbourne Moutray Russell Scholarship, the Eugene Alderman Prize, and the Elder Conservatorium's Director's Award.

In 2019, Mason will be joining the Australian Youth Orchestra on their International Tour throughout Europe, China and Australia.

Danielle: Trumpet & Trombone

Danni holds a Bachelor of Music Education and specialised in Jazz Bass at Adelaide University’s Elder Conservatorium. Since graduating she has been working as an instrumental and classroom music teacher in various schools around Adelaide. In her spare time she regularly rehearses and plays gigs on trombone and bass. She is comfortable working with students of all ages and makes particular effort to ensure her students get exactly what they want out of their lessons.

Danni holds a Bachelor of Music Education and specialised in Jazz Bass at Adelaide University’s Elder Conservatorium. Since graduating she has been working as an instrumental and classroom music teacher in various schools around Adelaide. In her spare time she regularly rehearses and plays gigs on trombone and bass. She is comfortable working with students of all ages and makes particular effort to ensure her students get exactly what they want out of their lessons.


Kassie: Bassoon

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Natalie: Flute

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Sian: Saxophone

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Shaun:Ukulele, Mandolin & Banjo