For affordable group music tuition in Lower Hutt

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ENROLMENTS FOR 2020 YEAR

If you are a current student, you will be asked to register again for the 2020 year – this is done through expressing your interest on ClubHub.  Placement for the 2020 year will be confirmed in January 2020.  For all new to Gallery Music Centre families – please email – administration@gallerymusic.org for further information.

Please note that waitlists for keyboard and guitar classes are significant.   Preference is given to children who have studied pre-instrumental with us, and then duration on the waitlist.

FEES FOR 2020

There is a flat fee structure for all classes being introduced for the 2020 year – classes will cost $155 for the duration of the year.

2019 Term 4 update

Term 4 concludes 7 December.

Classes will resume in 2020 on 8 February 2020.

We are most grateful  to our host school, Avalon Primary School and ask families as thank you to bring in packet biscuits to give to the staff for the use of their rooms.

 

 


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Providing affordable, enjoyable music tuition to primary and intermediate students in the Hutt Valley.

Gallery Music Centre is part of the Ministry of Education’s out-of-hours programme and operates on Saturday mornings at Avalon Primary School, Lower Hutt.

Group teaching offers a valuable chance for your child to see other children learning in a musical environment, and the incentive to try to emulate his or her peers.

Our teachers are highly qualified and dedicated professionals who strive to give your child the best music education at very low cost.  Classes are heavily subsidised by the Ministry of Education for Primary and Intermediate school aged students.

Our classes provide:

A parallel emphasis on instrument skill and wider musical knowledge development

Theory

Note Reading

Links to the New Zealand Music Curriculum