At the International School of Music Westcoast, we’ve created a program providing children with the opportunity to be immersed into the musical world. Our musical classes for toddlers incorporate a mixture of original and known musical favourites, actions to songs, percussion, movement to music and musical craft relating to the lesson topic. Located in Wembley, Perth our music school is the perfect place to explore the musical language.
Children are required to attend one lesson per week for 30 minutes with parents or a carer, and siblings are welcome to attend. For lots of musical fun in an unpressured classroom environment, get in contact with the International School of Music Westcoast today. Perfect for toddlers, through to 2-year olds, our music classes are an ideal way to create the ultimate foundation for a lifetime of musical love!
All teachers are preschool and musically qualified. Classes have a maximum of 10 children per group. At 3 years, the children can progress to Little Beebopper Music.
Classes are 45 minutes long and are unique in that children are introduced to basic rhythm and pitch notation in preparation for our Pianorama Junior Programme at age 4.
Pianorama is a programme offered by the International School of Music. It integrates the learning of the piano/keyboard simultaneously with musicianship skills.
Our classes have a maximum of 10 students, grouped according to age. Each student is provided with a digital piano for use in the classroom.
Our aim is for students to be creative and have fun in a lively class atmosphere, while developing traditional piano technique.
This is for Junior Course graduates, to further expand musical and technical skills acquired thus far. The students learn to become more musically independent and work at a more comprehensive level. The course covers repertoire, technique development, solfege aural concepts, harmonic extension, theory worksheets and ensemble and individual practical work.
All musical styles or repertoire with a technical development programme are covered at this level. This, together with the acquired musical awareness, enables the teacher to work with the students in composition, improvisation, keyboard harmony and theoretical worksheets. Students cover the AMEB theory syllabus and have the option to present for the AMEB examinations if appropriate.