Music a key part of Peninsula Grammar life

Music plays a central role in the educational and cultural life of Peninsula Grammar. Students are offered a 21st century music education that is both stimulating and relevant to each child.

Music not only develops new skills but also consolidates skills learned in other areas of school curriculum. Gross and fine motor skills consolidate co-ordination, rhythm and pitch assist with language development, music theory improves literacy, ensemble music promotes collaborative social interaction and leadership skills, instrumental and vocal lessons help students develop individual learning strategies, and music technology complements e-learning.

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At Peninsula Grammar we invest in our music program and students enjoy a broad range of musical experiences. Directed by Dr Richard Vaudrey, Peninsula Grammar’s music department presents over 30 concerts per year including the incredibly popular Peninsula Grammar Presents concert series which brings leading artists from around Australia and the world to our very own Performing Arts Centre on campus: peninsulagrammarmusic.com

To experience the spectacular sounds of Peninsula Grammar’s musical talent, purchase tickets now to the annual Grand Music Showcase at the Frankston Arts Centre, Wednesday, August 29, from 6pm. To book tickets, please call the box office on 9784 1060 or go online at thefac.com.au. Tickets are $33 for adults and $22 for students/concession.

For further information regarding Peninsula Grammar’s music program, please contact Vicki Maclachlan on 9788 7733 or via email at vmaclachlan@peninsulagrammar.vic.edu.au 

Peninsula Grammar is proudly co-educational from K-12 with leading-edge programs and targeted teaching to meet individual needs.