Term 3 Enrolments Now Open

 

Our enrolments for MfC Term 3 classes, lessons, orchestra and ensembles are now open.

Term 3 will start on 18 July 2022 running until 23 September 2022.

Enrolments are offered on a first-come, first-served basis. If you are a returning member, make sure you enrol so you don’t miss your spot.  

music play with emma zen

 

Attention: Emma Zen is in the building! Emma joins Music for Canberra as our Music Play/Music Craft Teacher with class activities ranging from music play with nature, to dancing to classic 80’s tunes – experience the joy of music with Emma Zen!

Emma is an Intergenerational Music Educator connecting all stages of community from Early Childhood through to Aged Care. She is a passionate advocate for the transformative power of live Music Play and the Performing Arts. She is dedicated to continuous professional development, a growth mindset and Excellence in Music Play.

Emma comes to MfC with a wealth of Music Education Experience in schools, early learning centres, community organisations, cultural institutions, theatre groups, aged care, business, studios, conferences and public speaking events.

Emma has a Bachelor of Arts in Education, Music and a Graduate Certificate in Orff Music Education. She holds a Kodaly Certificate of Early Childhood Music, Orff Teacher Certification, Level 4 and AMEB qualifications in Piano, Clarinet and Theory.

Emma was awarded the ACT Government of Excellence Award, 2020 and COTA Intergenerational Award, 2019.

Experience the joy of music through singing, storytelling, movement and percussion in our fun Early Years Music Play program! Monday and Wednesday with the renowned Emma Zen.

For inquiries, please ring Music for Canberra at (02) 6182 0030 or email info@musicforcanberra.org.au

Explore a music play class with Emma Zen

 

Have you had a look at Music for Canberra’s Music Play class lately with Emma Zen? Times are a-changing – this class was all about nature!

We read ‘The Old Man Who Loved to Sing’ by John Winch and found our singing voice, created a stone symphony with pre-instrumental notation, moved like Australian animals and played our chime bars together in a pentatonic circle.

COVID Safety 

Please stay home if unwell and notify the office via info@musicforcanberra.org.au or telephone 02 61820030.

Visitors to AGAC over the age of 16 must continue to use the Check-In CBR app.

Please continue to take all necessary precautions, and follow the ACT Health guidelines: www.covid19.act.gov.au.

Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the ACT, the Ngunnawal people.  We acknowledge and respect their continuing culture and the contribution they make to the life of this city and this region. 

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