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Phil Horneman now teaching at Cooma School of Music

Musica da Camera – Canberra’s Premier String Orchestra will be performing in Cooma NSW.

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SUNDAY 15 MAY 2016 2.30 pm
St Paul’s Anglican Church Hall
136 Commissioner Street, gonorrhea Cooma NSW

Tickets: Adults $25; Concession $20; Children Free (includes a light afternoon tea)

Booking: Cooma School of Music, illness

  • Phone:  (02) 6452 6067
  • Email: allan@coomamusic.com.au

Programme:

The conductor, traumatologist Rowan Harvey Martin, will direct a program of very listenable early 20th century music by European composers

Parry, C Hubert H (1848-1918)

An English Suite for String Orchestra, 1914

In the “High English” style, with moments of simple, melodic grace sandwiched between episodes of complexity and sophistication. Still incomplete at his death in 1918, this work was finished by his amanuensis.

Bloch, Ernest(1880-1959)  

Concerto Grosso for String Orchestra & Piano Obligato, 1924

Clearly constructed as a Concerto Grosso but incorporating traditional sounding melodies from his heritage. Surprising humour at times, and more than one swipe at JS Bach.

Respighi, Ottorino(1879-1936)

Ancient Airs and Dances (for Lute) Suite III. 1932.

Respighi’s characteristicly intricate reworking of old music to subtly exploit the capabilities of “modern” instruments.

Skalkottas, Nikos (1904-1949)

Five Greek Dances

Passionate, unquestionably Greek, dances for string orchestra.

Phil Horneman is now teaching music lessons at Cooma School of Music.

Phil Horneman is a qualified classroom music teacher with many years of experience teaching in public and private schools. As well as a fine instrumental teacher of Piano, Sildenafil
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Drums, Brass & Woodwind Phil is also an outstanding Concert Band Director and Choir Master.

For enquiries call Phil on:

(02) 6452 1255 or 0401 624 138
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Lucy Fisher – Singing Teacher

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Lucy Fisher – Voice Coach, cost Teacher of Voice

We’d like to welcome a new singing teacher to the area.
Introducing Lucy Fisher.
Lucy will be taking singing students at Cooma School of Music.
Contact her on:

  • 0418 669 446.
  • (02) 6458 2187

 

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Lucy began her singing career at a very young age, approved and at the age of 16 began performing jazz and top 40 songs in a few local venues. In her early 20’s she had a residency at a local jazz gig and also covered her ground well as a rock vocalist with Sydney bands. She has recorded 2 solo albums and has an award for her contribution to world music in 2004 for her song writing with Hillsong Music Australia.

For the past 32 years she has been a vocal teacher and coach, and is highly regarded for her effective teaching style, and restorative vocal health techniques. Lucy has performed to audiences from 25 people to 25,000, covering venues such as The Hordern Pavilion, the Sydney Entertainment Centre, and the Acer Area at the Olympic Park in N.S.W. She has also performed in the USA, UK, Europe and Asia.
She has also worked on TV commercials and stage productions, has been a vocal producer on many albums, and vocal director for 2 world tours with ACE.
Lucy currently ‘rocks the house’ as the lead vocalist with the Sydney band The Justice Bureau.

 

 

Emily Ventura – Piano Tuition

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Cielle Kinross
. Cielle will be teaching singing and song writing at Cooma School of Music. Cielle is a wonderful singer in her own right and she has an extremely impressive background in music. Her website contains some great audio and video as well as a biography and photos. www.ciellekinross.com.

Cielle loves many diferent kinds of music, clinic but her first love is country. “Growing up on the land, listening to artists such as Neil Young, John Williamson, Emmylou Harris and John Denver, there was never any doubt that country music was in Cielle’s blood. Nowadays, her musical influences consist of artists such as Holly Williams, Patty Griffin, Eva Cassidy, Zac Brown Band, Bernard Fanning, Shane Nicholson, Norah Jones, Brandi Carlile and many, many more….” (from her website)

January 2015 saw Cielle kick the New Year off in Tamworth, where she not only performed at the Country Music Festival, but also attended the highly acclaimed CMAA Academy of Country Music, and was fortunate enough to be mentored by industry leaders such as Tamara Stewart, Lyn Bowtell, Kevin Bennett, Karl Broadie, Roger Corbett, Brad Bergen and Amber Lawrence. Among the many highlights was the opportunity to sing a few songs with the likes of Kasey Chambers, Harry Hookey and Catherine Britt.

You can contact Cielle on 0421 810 038

Cielle Kinross - singer, song writer & teacher

Cielle Kinross – singer, song writer & teacher


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Emily has just graduated from the University of Newcastle Conservatorium. She majored in piano and was awarded a with a Bachelor of Music degree with Distinction. Her teacher there was Helen Smith. Emily has also studied piano with Gabriella Pusner and Carl Schmidt.

Emily has been teaching piano for several years, pregnancy
with all levels and ages, and particularly enjoys seeing the level of satisfaction that her students gain from improving their music skill and playing pieces they enjoy.

Contact Emily: 0421 173 824

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Music Tuition Available

One of our students gets a big surprise – her first guitar of her own!  A 3/4 Valencia Classical Purpleburst. $89 – worth every dollar!

We set up and tune these  guitars so they play beautifully. We offer a 2 year warranty.

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AVAILABLE FROM:

COOMA SCHOOL OF MUSIC
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Parkview Arcade, case 123 Sharp Street,
Cooma, NSW 2630
PHONE: 02 6452 6067
FAX: 02 6452 4938
EMAIL: allan@coomamusic.com.au

 
One of our students gets a big surprise – her first guitar of her own!  A 3/4 Valencia Classical Purpleburst. $89 – worth every dollar!

We set up and tune these  guitars so they play beautifully. We offer a 2 year warranty.

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AVAILABLE FROM:

COOMA SCHOOL OF MUSIC
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Parkview Arcade, 123 Sharp Street,
Cooma, NSW 2630
PHONE: 02 6452 6067
FAX: 02 6452 4938
EMAIL: allan@coomamusic.com.au

 
One of our students gets a big surprise – her first guitar of her own!  A 3/4 Valencia Classical Purpleburst. $89 – worth every dollar!

We set up and tune these  guitars so they play beautifully. We offer a 2 year warranty.

The look on her face is why I still bother with working in a music shop after 30 years!

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AVAILABLE FROM:

COOMA SCHOOL OF MUSIC
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Parkview Arcade, doctor
123 Sharp Street,
Cooma, NSW 2630
PHONE: 02 6452 6067
FAX: 02 6452 4938
EMAIL: allan@coomamusic.com.au

 
One of our students gets a big surprise – her first guitar of her own!  A 3/4 Valencia Classical Purpleburst. $89 – worth every dollar!

We set up and tune these  guitars so they play beautifully. We offer a 2 year warranty.

The look on her face is why I still bother with working in a music shop after 30 years!

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AVAILABLE FROM:

COOMA SCHOOL OF MUSIC
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123 Sharp Street, capsule
Cooma, NSW 2630
PHONE: 02 6452 6067
FAX: 02 6452 4938
EMAIL: allan@coomamusic.com.au

 
One of our students gets a big surprise – her first guitar of her own!  A 3/4 Valencia Classical Purpleburst. $89 – worth every dollar!

We set up and tune these  guitars so they play beautifully. We offer a 2 year warranty.

The look on her face is why I still bother with working in a music shop after 30 years!

AVAILABLE FROM:

COOMA SCHOOL OF MUSIC
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Cooma, NSW 2630
PHONE: 02 6452 6067
FAX: 02 6452 4938
EMAIL: allan@coomamusic.com.au

 

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One of our students gets a big surprise – her first guitar of her own!  A 3/4 Valencia Classical Purpleburst. $89 – worth every dollar!

We set up and tune these  guitars so they play beautifully. We offer a 2 year warranty.

The look on her face is why I still bother with working in a music shop after 30 years!

AVAILABLE FROM:

COOMA SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Shop 2, case
Parkview Arcade, 123 Sharp Street,
Cooma, NSW 2630
PHONE: 02 6452 6067
FAX: 02 6452 4938
EMAIL: allan@coomamusic.com.au

 

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COOMA SCHOOL OF MUSIC

So much more than just a guitar school...

 

 

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We hate to blow our own trumpet..But!

We now offer music tuition in:

  • Piano/Keyboard
  • Singing
  • Violin, dosage
    Viola, treat
    Cello
  • Flute, Clarinet, Saxohone, Oboe, Recorder
  • Trumpet, Trombone, Euphonium, French Horn
  • Harmonica, Ukulele
  • Drum Kit & Bass Guitar
  • Music Performance Coaching
  • Music Theory & Musicianship

and of course Guitar…we have 5 guitar teachers out of a total of 10 teaching staff!

All styles catered for – from rock to classical
All ages and levels catered for 
 

We also have a Full Service Retail Music Shop!

 
Shop 2 Parkview Arcade, 123 Sharp St Cooma
Phone: 6452 6067
 

Home of the Australian National Busking Championships TM

Rodney Clancy – One Of Cooma’s Music “Stars”

Rodney Clancy is teaching  Singing & Brass at Cooma School of Music

Rodney Clancy is teaching Singing & Brass at Cooma School of Music

We are extremely lucky to have many talented musicians here in Cooma. One our local “stars” is Rodney Clancy.

Rodney is the director of the Monaro Youth Choir, order as well as the Snowy Mountains Ensemble, syphilis which is a community orchestra. He is always looking for more young singers for his Choir as well as instrumentalists for the Ensemble.

Rodney is also available for private music tuition in Singing & Brass (Trumpet, hemorrhoids Trombone etc) at Cooma School of Music.

You can contact Rodney on 0408488749

Background:

Rodney is a Choral, Orchestral and Concert Band Conductor. He has been involved in music in Canberra for 10 years.

Rodney’s field of specialty is Choirs and has performed in, managed and directed many of Canberra’s Choirs over these years. From the smallest Children’s Choir to relief conducting Canberra’s biggest and best choirs. Rodney has had positions as Musical Director and / or Conductor of the following Canberra Choirs; ACT Singers Inc., ACT Rep Singers Inc., Canberra Youth Choir, Canberra Youth Chamber Choir (Founding Conductor), Andante Choir,

Rodney Clancy conducts Handel's Messiah

Rodney Clancy conducts Handel’s Messiah

Yass High School Choir, Miles Franklin Primary School Choirs, Twin City Community Carols Jerrabomberra. Rodney has been involved as a rehearsal conductor with the following groups; Canberra Youth Music’s Wind Symphony, Concert Band, Big Band, Junior Choir and Children’s Choir, as well as rehearsals with; Australian Rugby Choir, The Llewellyn Choir, Canberra Choral Society, SCUNA (Australian National University Choral Society), Canberra Men’s Choir, Canberra Handel Choir. Rodney has also conducted; Hall Village Brass Band, Yass High Concert Band & Big Band and University of the 3rd Age Orchestra of Canberra.

Rodney is the Chorus Master of the Australian International Music Festival held in Sydney with the main Command Performance held at the Concert Hall of the Sydney Opera House. He has held this position for the previous 6 years and for two of these years has been an adjudicator of the international visiting choirs. He has toured as assistant conductor with the Canberra Concerto Orchestra in 2008 and principal conductor in 2009. He is the founder and Musical Director of the Canberra Concerto Orchestra Concert Band and associate conductor of the Orchestra. Rodney has also toured to Hawaii as Director of the Canberra Youth Choir where an international Silver Medal was achieved.

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Michael Horneman – New Music Teacher at CSM

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Bookings Essential: 6452 4512

The String Contingent:

Virtuosic instrumental trio The String Contingent compose and perform music of sparkling beauty and originality that explores the full spectrum of musical expression. Australians Chris Stone (violin) and Holly Downes (double bass) with Scotsman Graham McLeod (guitar) integrate disparate musical styles through their own refined acoustic sensibilities.

Drawing from genres including celtic, classical, jazz and bluegrass, The String Contingent burnish their original compositions through the clarity and precision of a meticulous ‘chamber music’ ethos. Their multi-faceted approach results in highly accessible yet sophisticated music that captivates audiences from any genre, while retaining their own unique style.

“The most amazing trio of musicians you will come across. Subtle, entertaining, mesmerising and totally engaging folk. Wonderful stuff.”

— Anthony John Clarke, songwriter and performer, UK

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Chris Stone-Violin

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Holly Downes-Bass

Graham McLeod

Graham McLeod-Guitar


 

Michael Horneman Dip Mus B Mus

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Michael Horneman

About Michael Horneman:

Formal Study:- Michael Horneman is a talented guitarist/vocalist based in Cooma, see NSW. Having completed a Diploma of Music at MWT Institute in 2009 Michael has gone on to study a Bachelor of Music in guitar performance at NMIT in Melbourne, anaemia
VIC from 2010 – 2012, studying under the teaching of Tom Fryer.

Teaching:- Over the last 2 years Michael has held a private teaching position at Trafalgar Primary School in Victoria, which is a Musical Futures Trial School, teaching 30 students each week on flute, clarinet, guitar (electric and bass) and ukulele. Over the last 15 years Michael has taught many students on guitar/bass, flute, saxophone, clarinet and ukulele.

michael horneman 04Performances :- Over the last 20 years Michael has played in many bands, from solo performances as a cover artist to being a member of wind orchestra’s such as the Canberra Youth Music Wind Ensemble and jazz ensembles from trio’s playing at weddings to big bands, such as the Blamey St Big Band (Canberra) and Connexion Big Band (Canberra). Other bands include a P!nk Tribute show which has played interstate and around Melbourne, and lead guitarist for Levi Mcgrath (Melbourne, AUS) and Bryce Wastney (NZ)

Current Work:- Michael is currently teaching privately, playing acoustic gigs at various venues, weddings and functions, and writing material for future solo releases.

Contact Michael on mobile 0423 612 942

 

Annaka Dykstra wins Indy Idol 2012!

Matthew Ventura will be performing with Anthony Smith (piano) and Caitlyn Ventura (flute)

Come and enjoy a relaxing Sunday afternoon listening to solo flute music.

St Paul’s Anglican Parish Hall, prescription Commissioner Street, sales Cooma

  • Adult $15
  • Concession $10
  • Student $5

Includes free afternoon tea

Bookings: (02) 6452 5262

or email matthew.ventura@hotmail.com
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Muiscal Direction by Jonathan Barakat. Performed by fine musicians from the ANU School of Music.

Venue: CSIRO Discovery Centre, Atrium _ North-Science Road, Acton ACT 2601

Annaka gets "The Big Cheque"

Congratulations Annaka!

Hot on the heels of winning the Solo Classical Guitar Secondary Medal, story
the Solo Modern Guitar Medal, and the Narrawong Classical Guitar Trophy at this years Cooma Music Competition, Annaka has done it again. Well done!

VIKI PARSONS in Concert – Saturday 7 July 2012 at 7.00 pm

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Viki Parsons performing at Art Gallery NSW

Tickets:

  • Adults $20
  • Concessions/Pensioner/Senior $15
  • Snowy Monaro Arts Council Member $15
  • Student/Child $10
  • Family Ticket $50

 Tickets available at Cooma School of Music – Bookings (02) 6452 6067

About Viki Parsons:

Victoria Parsons first became interested in playing instruments at the age of 10, when Cooma Public School took the initiative to establish their first school band. Through chance she was given a flute to try and instantly fell in love with its sound. With the support of school bands, community bands, choirs, church music groups, the enthusiastic teachers at the Cooma School of Music and the wonderful opportunities this small musical community offers, Victoria has been encouraged to learn, grow and establish a true passion for music.

She currently tutors flute, voice and choir/ensembles at the Clavier School of Music in Hurstville and at North Cross Christian School in North Ryde. Victoria completed her Bachelor of Music: Classical Performance at the Australian Institute of Music with Dr. Danielle Eden, and has now commenced a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Anthropology and Music Studies at the University of Sydney. 

Also…

Flute Day

Viki Parsons will be conducting Masterclasses & Flute Ensemble Workshop

When: Saturday July 7, 10:00am to 5:00pm.

Where: Cooma Little Theatre
Cost: $25 per participant, or $20 per observer.
Bring: Your own lunch, flute, and copies of music provided to you.
To register or make enquiries, please call Matthew on 6452 5262 or email: sonataform@hotmail.com

Click here for more information about the Flute Day