Canggu Community School Music Centre

At CCS Music Centre, we share a passion for music and music education. We work together to give our students the skills for lifelong enjoyment of musical performance and appreciation. We meet the individual needs of our students, whether that is to play for pleasure at home, be able to gig with mates or prepare for musical study at the university level. Our staff is committed to helping our students reach their full potential.

We provide individualised vocal and instrumental tuition, ensemble/ band coaching and performance opportunities.

We currently offer tuition on the following instruments:

Piano |  Guitar (Electric and Acoustic)  | Violin | Clarinet | Voice | Ukulele |  Drum Kit  | Djembe

We also offer free after-school group ensembles:
  • Junior Choir (Year 3-6)
  • Brass and Woodwind Ensemble (Year 6-13)
  • Rock Band Workshop (7-13)

Performance opportunities include Sunset Concerts, productions, Battle of the Bands Competitions and performances at other school events.

There is an additional fee for CCS Music Centre activities; current prices are available from the school shop and are emailed to parents prior to the start of each term.

  • Increases memory capacity
  • Refines time management and organisational skills
  • Boosts team skills
  • Teaches perseverance
  • Enhances coordination
  • Betters mathematical ability
  • Improves reading/ comprehension skills
  • Increases responsibility
  • Exposes you to cultural history
  • Sharpens your concentration
  • Fosters self expression and reduces stress
  • Creates a sense of achievement
  • Promotes the development of social skills
  • Boosts listening skills
  • Teaches you discipline
  • Elevates your performance skills and reduces stage fright
  • Enhances your respiratory system
  • Promotes happiness in yourself and those around you.

Read more about the benefits of playing a musical instrument here

Update

Dear Parents,
 
Please find attached details for the CCS Music Centre ASA music lessons for Semester 1, 2019-2020. Bookings for lessons should be made through Mr Hasan in the School Shop and payment is expected at the time of booking. The school shop opens during the holiday from 8-12 pm.
 
Lessons for Semester 1 will start on Friday, 9th August and finish on Friday, 6th December 2019. Please note if your child has moved from Year 2 to 3, their schedule will be different this year. They may only start lessons from 3:30pm on.
Please note that starting this year, ASA Music classes will be offered in blocks of 16 weekly lessons as opposed to 8. In other words, children will sign up for a full semester of lessons as opposed to a single term. This change will allow for continuity within the lessons – students need more than 8 weeks of consistent lessons, with the same teacher, in order to experience true progress. It will also simplify the process of make-up lessons at the end of each semester, allowing some additional time to reschedule missed appointments.
Ms Katie has decided to move on from the ASA Music Coordinators position in order to spend more time with her young child. Mr Incze will take over the ASA Music Leadership position in regards to teaching and learning, including curriculum design, professional development of teachers, and performance opportunities. Ms Astrid will take over the ASA Music Coordinator’s position in regards to scheduling and communication.
Please let me know if you have any questions.
Best Regards,
Ms Astrid & Mr Incze
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