THE MUSIC CORNER EDUCATION CENTRE IS A MUSIC SCHOOL FOR ALL AGES, OFFERING HIGH QUALITY MUSIC TUITION FOR A WIDE RANGE OF INSTRUMENTS.
WHETHER ITS YOUR FIRST TIME PLAYING OR YOUR THOUSANDTH, IF YOU NEED A TEACHER THE MUSIC CORNER EDUCATION CENTRE IS THE MUSIC SCHOOL FOR YOU.
We are proud to offer a professional instrument tuition school in first floor studios of our building. The Music Corner Education Centre has been operational for over twenty years, offering an ever increasing range of instrument lessons.
Currently we offer
- Piano, Keyboard
- Guitar- Electric, Bass, Acousitc and Classical
Our approach and dedication to the teaching of music has seen many of our students take their music into solo and band performance. Some have represented South Australia/ Australia in music contests or ensembles, but we speak for all of our students- past and present when we say that all have had the enjoyment and life experience of being able to play at home for themselves, family or friends- for fun!
We are so proud that our reputation, qualified and caring teaching staff and outstanding facilities has seen our school become the biggest private music tuition facility in Adelaide.
How We WorkLessons are one on one, just the teacher and yourself on a weekly basis. We find a time that suites you on a weekday afternoon or saturday morning and that becomes your dedicated timeslot. Lessons cost $26, so $260 per 10 week term. The reason we charge term by term is because music takes time! You can't fully appreciate the instrument you want to learn in one or two lessons and, from experience, you need at least a term to grasp the concept and get on the track to success.
Our teachers cater to all age groups, all styles and genres of music and all musical skill levels. From beginners to professional musicians and anywhere in between!
Marty Rice has been playing guitar for 18 years, and teaching for over 10 years. Marty studied at Tafe and has a Certificate 4 in music, has played in bands locally for the last 15 years, recorded 2 albums including a solo album. Marty’s solo work has gained worldwide recognition, and he is a featured artist on the Stone Tone Products website along with Jeff Loomis (Nevermore/Arch Enemy), and Chris Poland of Megadeth.
PIANO AND 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.
Hello! My name is Amy Suebwicha, I am 19 years old. I started piano when I was 5 years old and violin when I was 10 years old! I am currently studying at the Elder Conservatorium of Music for a Bachelor of Music (majoring in Classical performance) on the violin. The top 3 genres of music that I love to listen to are Classical, R&B/Soul, & Reggae. Extra little fact about me: other than music I enjoy yoga and taekwondo, achieving my black belt mid way through 2014!
Aaron Pelle is a piano tutor, composer and music teacher currently studying a Bachelor of Music (Composition). He teaches piano and guitar privately, and has tutored in many South Australian schools such as North Haven Primary and Kilkenny Primary. He has accompanied high school choirs and has had his music performed by artists such as Konstantin Shamray. He is also certified to instruct students in CVP Clavinova digital piano technology
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.
Llainey Smith has been playing piano since age 8 and has taught for over 15 years. She holds an Associate Diploma of Music (Pianoforte) and teaches both children and adults in a range of styles. Llainey focuses on encouraging an enjoyment of music in a relaxed and supportive environment while establishing a solid understanding of the fundamentals of piano playing and music theory.
Sadie Humphrey has been singing since age six. She has completed her Diploma of Music through TAFE SA and is now currently studying a Bachelor of Music Education and Pedagogy. Sadie grew up in South East London, moving to Adelaide in 2008. She is a vocal coach for all genres – Jazz, Pop, Blues, R&B, Rock, Country, Soul, Latin, Motown and Musical Theatre– working with individuals and group vocalists, focusing on technique, performance and musicianship.
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.
I have been playing guitar for 29 years. I started my first classical guitar lessons at Music Corner (old site) around 1990, at the age of 16.
I learnt other styles also and was heavily influenced by Joes Satriani in my early years and players of similar ilk.
I Graduated from Adelaide Conservatorium of Music in 2012 in Performance. Classical Guitar.
Tracy has been teaching for over thirty years, and holds an Associate and Licentiate Diploma in music. During this time she has played in many pop/rock bands and is still playing regular shows with two bands. Able to teach all styles of music, Tracy likes to encourage students to be creative & improvisational in their approach and most importantly – have a lot of fun in their journey to become confident, competent musicians.
Daniel is a drum teacher and professional drummer playing for over 18 years. His career to date has covered all facets of being a professional musician; writing and recording, live performances and touring, live radio and teaching. He has played on main stages in Adelaide at the Big Day Out, Thebarton Theatre, Come Together Festival and several tours of the East Coast of Australia with his original bands. Daniel also has a diploma in music. His musical tastes are varied and diverse and his teaching knowledge covers many genres of music. Daniel is passionate about drumming and wants to help his students in any way possible to develop their playing and ultimately develop their own sound and style on the drum kit.
Lessons are Available between 2pm-8pm Monday to Friday and 9am-4pm on Saturday