Bunbury Catholic College has a proud history of producing music excellence. This is made possible by providing instrumental music lessons, quality classroom music programs and ensemble opportunities to our students.
Lessons are available for the following instruments:
• Woodwind Flute, Clarinet, Saxophone
• Brass Trumpet, Trombone, Horn, Tuba
• Voice Classical, Contemporary, Music Theatre
• Strings Violin, Viola, Cello, Double Bass
• Percussion Drum set (modern drum kit)
• Piano Classical, Modern, Keyboard
• Guitar Bass, Electric, Acoustic
The program offers paired and private lessons operating on a rotating timetable, limiting disruptions to daily class learning. There are also some instruments available for hire.
Individual Music Lessons
We employ eight peripatetic music teachers who specialise in teaching musical instruments to students of wide ranging musical abilities from the beginners to the more advanced. Instrumental lessons currently on offer at BCC include voice, guitar, drums, flute, piano, brass and woodwind.2017 Music Enrolment Application
Luke Campbell: Guitar and Drums
Maddie Hair : Guitar
Gracie Smith : Drums
Suzanne Maratea : Piano
Suzanne LeClair : Voice
Tanya Kavanagh : Voice
Bill Curtis : Brass and Woodwind
Tracy Meyn : Piano
Mitchell Martin : Guitar
Our tutors are highly experienced, qualified, and have been teaching music for many years. Students interested in taking individual music lessons at BCC or for more information, should contact Mr Luke Campbell on 9721 0072,email firstname.lastname@example.org or collect an expression of interest form from the Performing Arts Office.
Lower School and WACE Courses
Bunbury Catholic College offers music as an elective in lower school and also as an Atar or certificate subject in upper school. The subject covers all aspects of music, from theory and historical context, to composing and performing. All students are welcome to take music as a subject, and the earlier students start, the further even beginners can achieve in music for upper school/WACE. For more information on what the subject involves, please contact Mrs Barbara Morgan in the Performing Arts Office by phoning 9721 0072 or emailing email@example.com.