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Music is enriching, uplifting and inspiring all at the same time!
Term one has been extended a week into the next school holiday in order to provide you with the ten weeks. In essence this term will now finish on the 17th April 2021.
Term two will begin on the 19th of April and run for 11 weeks until the 3rd of July. Due to public holidays the amount of lessons and fees due will differ depending on the day of the week of the lesson, please refer to the invoice that will be sent out two weeks before the end of term one. To ensure your place in term two, please pay the tuition fees by close of business on the 17th of April.
We have adhered to Covid rules:
- Check in to school using QR Safe WA app
- Make sure you use provided hand sanitizer on arrival
- Parents are asked to wait outside rather than the waiting room area
- Try to avoid arriving at school more than 10 minutes prior your lesson to minimise contact with other students
We thank you for your understanding and look forward to seeing you all soon.
Should you have any further queries please feel free to contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
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Sound Centre School of Music Morley
Morley Administration Staff: Isabella & Zoe
Morley Lesson Times:
- Monday to Friday: 2pm - 7pm
- Friday Morning (Piano): 10:30am - 1:30pm
- Saturday: 9am - 5pm
Morley Reception Hours:
- Mon,Tue,Wed,Fri: 10am - 5:30pm
- Thur: 10am - 6:00pm
- Saturday: 9am - 2:30pm
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Lessons Available In:
144 Russell St
Morley Perth WA
With a range of instrument choices available, there is a lesson type available for every age and experience level.
One on One Lessons
Private one on one lessons across a wide variety of instruments in one of our fully featured teaching rooms here in Morley.
Highlights of Our Private Lessons
30 minute lessons with highly experienced teachers at great prices
Wide range of lesson types and instruments available
For all ages and every experience level
Some Of Our Amazing Teachers!
School Of Music FAQ
Why Learn Music?
Did you know?
With music physically changes the brain, especially in the language processing regions.
Of learning a musical instrument include increased comprehension and math skills, better coordination, and a greater capacity for memory. ... Playing music will make learning easier by involving both sides of the brain in the process.