Discover the excitement of Guitar Groups every Saturday morning from 29 Oct – 26 Nov with the Open Music Academy. For ages 8-18.
Cost: $166 + booking fees for 5 weekly sessions
Guitar Groups @ Open Music Academy
When: Every Sunday afternoon- 29 October – 26 November join tutor Caleb Lavery-Brook for Guitar Groups at the Elder Conservatorium of Music.
Venue: Madley Building- Kintore Ave, Adelaide – see map
Instrument: classical guitar
Who can join?
You must be of school age.
-Can confidently play and read all open strings from tablature or notation
-Has some understanding of basic open chords shapes
-Can name and play all natural notes on the first three strings (high E string, B and G strings).
-Confidence with playing and reading these notes is not essential but an awareness is required.
-Can read/copy basic rhythms
Why join an ensemble?
Music ensembles offer valuable benefits for learning music. They foster collaboration, teamwork, and communication skills as students work together to create harmonious performances. Through ensemble participation, musicians develop technical skills, such as sight-reading and musical phrasing, listening and reacting, leading and following. Ensembles create a sense of belonging and foster social connections, promoting emotional well-being. Overall, music ensembles provide a holistic learning environment that nurtures musical growth and a lifelong passion for music.
About Open Music Academy
The Open Music Academy opens the doors to Australia’s renowned Elder Conservatorium of Music, provides high-quality music education with access to leading educators, musicians, and events. Our program inspires and challenges students at all levels, nurturing their musical growth. We offer one-on-one lessons, ensemble sessions, and performances for school-aged children. Located in Adelaide, Australia lessons are held at the historic Elder Conservatorium buildings nestled in the University of Adelaide.
About Caleb Lavery-Brook
Caleb Lavery-Brook has built an outstanding career in the music industry, showcasing his skills and talent across various prestigious platforms. Caleb completed his Master of Philosophy in 2021 at the Elder Conservatorium under Dr. Oliver Fartach-Naini. He received a mentorship with renowned ARIA award winning guitarist Slava Grigoryan, supported by the Helpmann Academy. Achievements include multiple First Prizes in various competitions and prestigious scholarships such as the EMR Travel Scholarship and a scholarship from Classical Guitar Corner (based in New York). Throughout his career, Caleb has delighted audiences with remarkable performances at prestigious events including the Adelaide Guitar Festival and the Korean International Guitar Festival. Caleb has also collaborated with esteemed ensembles and participated in an opera production with the South Australian State Opera.