Category: Concert

Annual Concerts and Mathematical Music Theory Workshops

Congratulations students on another year of excellent learning, performances and dedication to your music studies. Each of you in your own way achieved new levels of understanding and application of mathematical music theory. I observe so many benefits to your learning through mathematical music theory in your performances and music theory examination preparation, band achievements, school invitations to perform at special events and excellent results for school music examinations. As you all grow in confidence, I can’t help feeling pride in each one you and your efforts this year. Great work!

Also, a special thank you to our wonderfully supportive families who encourage regular practice and to the parents and carers who are also joining in with the lessons especially with our youngest students! Thanks also to the families who have been working together to perform music at home in ensembles. I look forward to working with all you in 2021 to continue to develop your personalised projects.

Next year we will have our annual concerts and mathematical music theory workshops – see the Events page for updates.

Wishing everyone a very happy Christmas and a blessed New Year 2021!

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An Afternoon of Music

29 November 2020

Hi all,

Congratulations on a great effort at Sunday’s concert! I was very proud of everyone and each of you made the afternoon a very memorable occasion. Your love of music and learning music through mathematical music theory was reflected through your wonderful performances. Thank you for sharing your musical journey with us through performing your music at An Afternoon of Music. Also, families and friends your enthusiasm and support for our students’ music education is a constant source of inspiration for me as their teacher. I love talking with you all about the benefits you observe to your children for learning music through a psychoacoustic approach to mathematical theory. Finally, keep up the good work visualizing beat-class theory through ski-hill and cyclic graphs to annotate scores and learn about performance.

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