Itinerant Music Lessons

Learn a musical instrument through the Selwyn Itinerant music program by having lessons on your chosen instrument and being part of a music group.

Playing an instrument has long been shown to assist students’ learning in general.
Learning a musical instrument builds confidence and self esteem.  It develops performance abilities, listening skills, co-ordination, teamwork, social awareness and its fun!  Students involved in the Itinerant Programme are expected to be part of a Co-Curricular Music Group once they are at a suitable level.

INSTRUMENTS ARE AVAILABLE FOR TUITION

  • Piano                                                                  
  • Voice                                   
  • Acoustic/Electric Guitar, Bass Guitar #
  • Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Oboe, Flute, Bassoon
  • Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone
  • Drum Kit and Percussion #
  • Trumpet, Trombone, Horn, Tuba
  • Violin, Viola
  • Cello
  • Ukulele

    # You are unable to hire ukuleles, guitars, bass guitars or drum kits from the school.

TUTORS

Monday
Andrew Uren ~ Clarinet and Saxophone 
Katherine Hebley ~ Cello 
Tuesday

Hamish Arthur ~ Trumpet and Trombone

Clare Robinson ~ Flute

Wednesday

Sonya Shone ~ Piano 

Andy Smith ~ Guitar and Bass Guitar
Thursday
Alex Freer ~ Drums / Percussion
Friday

Sarah Radford ~ Vocals

Belinda Carringan – Violin and Viola
For further information please contact Rachel Larcombe / Director of Co-Curricular Music.  5219610 ext. 718 or email: larcomber@selwyn.school.nz

Links

How Playing An Instrument Benefits Your Brain