AN INTRODUCTION TO PERFORMANCE

Singing Classes for Kids

“Watch your child bounce out of the car with absolute joy, as each week they step into fantastic worlds where their imagination brings stories to life”

Our Kinder to Grade Two classes let your child’s confidence grow through the elements of musicality, movement and creativity.

It’s the perfect time to introduce them to the performing arts, with studies showing that the creativity that music and drama brings provide benefits in brain development and socialisation skills.

Singing Classes for Kids
Singing Classes for Kids
Singing Classes for Kids

PERFORMANCE CLASSES

KINDER TO GRADE TWO

Kinder to Grade Two is a great time to learn to sing and act. Students develop performance skills, learn to work together, build their confidence and make great friends!

  • Rhythm skills develop while clapping back simple patterns
  • Pitch matching matures when making a musical sound
  • Kids improve their ability to learn songs, poems & stories
  • Through listening games they learn how to take instruction, follow direction and work with others
  • Imagination is stimulated through improvised scenarios
CLASS TIMES

Hobart

  • Monday 4-5pm
  • Tuesday 4-5pm
  • Wednesday 4-5pm
  • Thursday 4-5pm
  • Friday 4-5pm
  • Saturday 10:30-11:30am

Kingston

  • Tuesday 4-5pm
  • Wednesday 4-5pm
  • Thursday 4-5pm

Glenorchy

  • Monday 4-5pm
  • Tuesday 4-5pm
  • Wednesday 4-5pm
  • Thursday 4-5pm
  • Friday 4-5pm

AN OPPORTUNITY TO EXTEND SKILLS

Individual singing and piano lessons K-2
PERSONALISED LESSONS

Individual lessons further the skills Kinder to Grade Two students learn in class – to perform as a soloist at school, eisteddfods or for preliminary AMEB exams.  Maquarie University studies have shown that individual lessons give students an advantage in the classroom. The results showed that children exposed to at least a year and a half of private music lessons have an edge when it comes to detecting patterns in the world around us, with musical training making their brains better at statistical learning which is a key building block for learning language and reading. Lessons are scheduled around class times where possible.

School aged students must be enrolled in a Performance Class to be eligible for individual singing or piano lessons.

LESSON OPTIONS
  • 15min Singing
  • 15min Piano
Junior stage school project
THE STAGE SCHOOL PROJECT

What is ExitLeft most famous for? our shows!  Well, we have been hard at work preparing some fantastic shows that your children can be part of with our 2017 Stage School project.  This fast-tracked theatre performance training project gives students the chance to expand their skills in singing, acting, choreography and stagecraft culminating in a fully staged show at the Peacock Theatre. Anyone who is participating in an ExitLeft Performance class can sign up with auditions only to determine who is playing which part.  Stage School provides an intensive boost to performance skills and gives the kids the chance to shine in an ExitLeft show!

The Stage School Project is available to students enrolled in a Performance class.

SEUSSICAL KIDS! (PREP-GRADE 4)

“Oh, the thinks you can think” when Dr. Seuss’ best-loved characters collide, transporting audiences from the Jungle of Nool to the Circus McGurkus!” The Cat in the Hat tells the story of Horton, an elephant who discovers a speck of dust containing tiny people called the Whos, including Jojo, a Who child, who gets in trouble for thinking too many “thinks.”

  • Cost:
    $18 x 25 rehearsal/performances
  • Rehearsals:
    Sundays 1-3pm (Starting 11 March)
  • Dress Rehearsals:
    Monday 20 Aug 4-7pm
    Tuesday 21 Aug 4-7pm and
    Wednesday 22 Aug 4-7pm
  • Performances:
    Thursday 23 Aug 4:30pm
    Friday 24 Aug 4:30pm and
    Saturday 25 Aug 11am and 12:30pm