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Guitar, Piano, Singing, Keyboard and Bass Lessons in Kempsey NSW

Musical Theatre: Have fun, expand your vocal skills and develop your understanding of this great musical style…. students will learn and perform “Tonight” from West Side Story,
“Where Is Love” (Oliver)
“Summertime” (Porgy And Bess)
“Music Of The Night” (Phantom Of The Opera)
“I Dreamed A Dream” (Les Mis)
“Good Morning Baltimore” (Hairspray) …and many, many more.
If Broadway is your style, come in a try a group or private session! Central Kempsey location, with parking at the door and no stairs. Like to learn an instrument as well as sing?
Phone 0467 754 611 You are welcome to combine your Singing lesson with Guitar, Piano or Electronic Keyboard for no extra charge!
Phone 0467 754 611
or email kempseymusicstudios@gmx.com

Beginner and Advanced Blues Guitar: These fun, fast and easy individual or class lessons are perfect for those who love blues guitar, no matter what your skill level! You choose the style of blues you wish to learn to play, and we work at your own pace in a fun, functional and productive low pressure series of Blues Guitar class or individual lessons at our central Kempsey teaching venue. Students from kids to seniors welcome…. Explore, play and enjoy the pick technique Blues Guitar styles of BB King, Joe Bonamassa, Big Bill Broonzy, Willie Dixon, Howlin’ Wolf, Junior Wells, Eric Clapton, Muddy Waters, T Bone Walker, Lightnin’ Hopkins, John Lee Hooker, Buddy Guy and many, many more.
We cover a wide range of Chicago and Delta Blues Guitar styles from Delta Blues, Chicago, Piedmont and Appalacian Blues to Bottleneck Slide, Vastapol, etc, etc. Because of the complex nature of Blues Guitar tuition enquiries, please enquire by phone call , don’t text.

Our Music Lessons for Seniors are designed to be fun, and plus in the process provide social interaction and present new challenges- you are welcome to discuss your musical aims and abilities with us as we develop an individual learning sequence fitted to your needs and music tastes. These Instrumental and Voice programs for Adult Beginners will develop practical music skills , and are much more productive if you learn and enjoy the music style you prefer.

Over 40, 50, 60 or 70? No problem- we welcome mature age students….. Choose from Beginner or Advanced Level Guitar, Bass Guitar, Blues Guitar, Keyboard, Singing, Piano and Musical Theatre- Individual and Group lessons are available in a fun, low-pressure setting you are sure to enjoy.
Contact us for more information.
PHONE 0467 754 611 or email kempseymusicstudios@gmx.com
*Beginner Guitar-an introduction to guitar using your choice of music- includes chords, tuning, note and tableture reading etc. A great first course for beginners.

*Advanced Guitar- includes chromatic scales, barre chords, lead scales and modes, open tunings, transposition, inversions, etc. Includes Bass Guitar if required.

*Introductory Piano, Keyboard and Organ A fun, fast, easy, hands-on course which is designed to have you playing your first piece of music in weeks.
*Advanced Piano or Keyboard for Adults or Children. Extends instrumental and theory skills. Students develop greater technical skills while further developing aural and theoretical concepts in this fun and practical tuition program.

*Singing For Beginners: Individual lessons, from age 4. These lessons expand students vocal range, build breath control and strength, and develop stamina and volume control. Your choice of music style.

*Singing (Advanced Level)-Covers a wide range of music genres, and builds a solid foundation in singing techniques. Individual Lessons only.

*Parent and Child Music Courses: Ages 4 to 10 – Guitar, Piano, Singing, and Keyboard.

Manuscript and TAB paper is larger-sized, techniques such as spelling words using notes and music games are used to teach theory. Parents are welcome to learn with their child for no extra fee.

  • Blues Guitar- Includes 64 Open Tunings, delta blues and bottleneck slide, pentatonic and blues scales- also blues harmonica.

*Mature Age Music Courses- Guitar, Keyboard, Singing and Piano.

* Solo Guitar-Note and chord melody fusion- plectrum style. Play melody across and in chord progressions. Basic note reading skills are required.

*An Introduction To Reading Music – a short course for adults who play only by ear and wish to read music.

*Advanced Blues Guitar- explores the techniques and playing styles of blues greats such as Buddy Guy, Joe Banamassa, BB King, Albert Collins, Eric Clapton and many, many more. * Parent and Child Courses- Piano, Guitar, Bass, Singing or Keyboards. A graduated series of three skill levels in which parent and child learn together for one lesson fee.

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