Taylors Lakes Secondary College offers an extensive and vibrant Instrumental Music and Dance Program as part of the co-curricular activities we offer with more then 250 students currently participating.Open to all students in Year 7-12, this every music webpage 02growing program it offers a broad range of instruments and a range of dance styles and many opportunities to perform at College concerts across the year as well as performances within the local community. A number of instruments are available for tuition including:

  • Clarinet
  • Drums
  • Dance
  • Flute
  • Guitar/Bass Guitar
  • Piano/Keyboard
  • Saxophone
  • Voice (Singing)
  • Violin

The performance program is a vital part of the musical life of the college.  It gives the students an enjoyable way of presenting their skills and sharing their music and dance.  The performing groups provide a social aspect to their music/dance activities, learning, playing and dancing together with other students of like interest.  The performing groups currently available are: vocal choir, guitar ensembles (junior and senior), keyboard ensembles (junior and senior), stage band, woodwind ensemble and various dance style ensembles.

Music and Dance enables students to develop broader educational areas of their learning experiences, and develop their artistic and creative talents.  It provides students with co-operative learning opportunities and enhances their personal development.

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Instrumental Music and Dance lessons are held on a rotating timetable so that students do not miss the same classes each week. Students are encouraged to enrol in AMEB or ANZCA examinations and to participate in the many bands and ensembles on offer.

Lessons and instrument hire are affordably priced. All of the students involved in the Instrumental Music and Dance Program derive great enjoyment from this program.

More information about the Instrumental Music and Dance Program can be obtained by contacting the college on 9390 3130 or by email: taylors.lakes.sc@edumail.vic.gov.au


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