UWA Music Events in March 2024

In addition to over 200 performances in 2024, UWA Music are excited to present a wide-range of activities to inspire and support school-aged musicians, through Workshops, Masterclasses, Extension Programs, Bootcamps, Immersion Days and more!

Their concert season will be launching soon, but in the meantime, please check out the jam-packed program of high-school events on offer! 

Elevate! UWAs Elite Training Program

Fridays 8-22 March (430-630pm) – Applications due 1 March

Designed for musicians in years 10-12 who are looking to take their performance and creative music skills to the next level, Elevate! participants enjoy workshops and masterclasses, receiving expert individualised input on performance skills, exam tips, musicianship and more! Open to students across all instrumental areas, with both classical and contemporary streams! More info: trybooking.com/CMBXY

UWA Day of Woodwind

Sunday 10 March | 10am-2pm

Join UWA Chair of Woodwind Ashley Smith, and a host of woodwind specialists for a fun day of performance, suitable for Flute, Clarinet, Saxophone, Oboe and Bassoon students of all ages and abilities. Bookings via trybooking.com/COLFG (and don’t worry our Days of Percussion, Brass, Piano, Guitar and Double Bass are happening later in the year!)

UWA Open Day

Sunday 17 March | 10am-3pm

Save the date! UWA Open Day is happening on Sunday 17 March - come and chat about all things music (including UWA’s new Double Degrees and Contemporary Popular Music major) AND enjoy some spectacular performances! More info: uwa.edu.au/open-day

ATAR Music Bootcamp

Wednesday 10 April | 9am-2pm

Get ATAR ready with hands-on workshops with some of Australia’s leading musicians.  Grab your instrument (or voice) and learn about: practice strategies, aural, theory, performance etiquette, dealing with performance anxiety, and so much more! Book Now: trybooking.com/COLGI

ATAR Resources Website

New resources added!

This suite of ATAR resources has been carefully designed around the new ATAR Music Syllabus and includes a wide range of topics that support student learning across a broad array of contexts. Bite-size videos cover elements of Analysis, Performance and Musical Literacy and are accompanied by written documents, quizzes and further study links that will help support student learning beyond the classroom. Units 3 & 4 Analysis Booklets are available now! uwa.edu.au/schools/music/atar-music-resources

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