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Carey has a comprehensive and diverse music program with fantastic options for students of all year levels and abilities.

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Students can be involved in bands, orchestras, choirs, chamber groups and contemporary ensembles. These groups have many opportunities to perform throughout the year.

We offer extensive instrumental and vocal tuition from specialists who are experts in their field. We also have a visiting artists program where students have the opportunity to work with some of the world’s best musicians. Visiting artists in recent years have included Mark Eager, Leroy Jones and James Morrison.

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Performing Arts Facilities

Music Tuition Program

Individual and group lessons are available for students from ELC to Year 12.

Students may choose to learn an instrument from the following families:

  • brass
  • percussion
  • orchestral string
  • woodwind
  • keyboard (including pianoforte and harpsichord)
  • fretted strings (including guitar and electric bass)
  • classical or contemporary voice.

Students may also decide to study music theory or musicianship.

Performing Ensembles

There is a wide range of options for students who would like to be part of our performing ensembles. We have bands, orchestras, choirs and contemporary ensembles available to students on each campus and in every school section. Students can progress through our graded ensembles as they gain experience and expertise on their instrument.

Our ensembles perform at concerts, assemblies, music festivals, musical productions, masterclasses, workshops, community events and tours. Students also have opportunities to be involved in extension activities such as theatre orchestras.

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