We bring Music to your ClassRoom!

We are a video conferencing, classroom music program, aligned with the Australian Curriculum.

We can bring interactive, live music lessons to the classrooms of every school in Australia!

No matter where you are we want to bring music to you through the power of technology! 

The Music Room is a school funded classroom music program connecting your classes with an experienced Music Teacher each week delivering a program that is aligned with the Australian curriculum. This program will operate in your classrooms during school hours and will be a fantastic supplement to your current creative arts curriculum. It will also save your teachers hours of preparation and planning time each week.  

The Music Room breaks down the barriers of distance, time, size, lack of instruments, staffing and expense. It is the perfect solution for schools in rural and remote areas, schools of small size or schools who cannot attract a music teacher on site. Your students no longer need to miss out on a quality music program.


Some photos of our virtual music lessons in action!


Multi Age Year Overview


Rhythm - Introducing crotchets, beamed quavers, crotchet rests, repeat sign, beats and Italian musical terms for rhythm such as andante and presto.

Dynamics: Focusing on loud and soft and Italian terms such as Piano and Forte.


Rhythm: Introducing the minim.

Pitch: Looking at high and low pitches on the treble and bass clefs.

Form: Distinguishing between songs that have different or same forms and introducing echo.

DynamicsFocusing on very loud and very soft with Italian terms such as Fortissimo & Pianissimo.


Rhythm: Introducing beamed semiquavers and the semibreve.

Pitch: Recognising pitch that is going up & going down. Looking at Verse/ chorus (AB) form.

Timbre: Talking about how every voice & instrument has its own distinct sound. Discussing how sound is produced – i.e hit, blown, plucked or shaken.


Rhythm: Introducing different semiquaver and quaver rhythms.

Dynamics: Introducing medium loudness including Italian terms such as mezzo forte & mezzo piano.

Form: Focusing on 'round' form.

Texture: Introduction to concepts such as 'Unison' and 'Drone'.

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