You’re Never too old to Learn Something New

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The human brain is just like a muscle… the more we exercise it and use it, the better shape it will be in. When it comes to keeping your body’s muscles fit, you often hear the expression “use it or lose it.” As it is important to keep your body fit and healthy, it is […]

NOTICE: Important Changes to JumboNote Management for Term 2

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We are proud to announce that 2017 is the year that JumboNote Music School is celebrating 10 years as an organisation that provides music lessons and musical services for the local communities around Sydney’s St.George area and now beyond, as we’ve also acquired a music contract at Taylor’s College in Waterloo this year. JumboNote has been my […]

JumboNote Performance Calendar 2017

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What sets JumboNote Music School apart from any other music school in Australia is the amount of performance opportunities we provide for all our students. In 2015, JumboNote amassed a whopping 64 recitals & concert opportunities for students and in 2016 held over 43 separate recitals and concerts. Such figures are mind boggling and exhausting, […]

Audrey Teaches Piano – Affordable Piano Lessons in Revesby

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One of JumboNote’s brightest young students 14 year old Ms. Audrey Withington is now servicing her local Revesby area and teaching piano lessons for young beginners. Audrey has been a keen student at JumboNote Music School for the past 9 years, and has recently taken the initiative to pass on her musical knowledge to young primary […]

How to Practice Music Effectively in only 15 Minutes

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15 Minutes per day of focused music practice is all it takes to get into a good habit of practicing every day…after all, 15 minutes of structured and focused practice will trump hours of unfocused practice that you achieve every once in a while. This is a general guide for young beginner musicians, obviously for […]

Band Jam Release ‘Sweet Child O Mine’ Video

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JumboNote Music School teacher Mr. Manuel Andrade has just released a fourth video with a group of his advanced students performing Guns n’ Roses “Sweet Child O’mine” as heard on the Album “Appetite for Destruction”.  According to Manuel, “the aim of the project was for each student to perform and capture a faithful representation of each instrument as heard […]

JumboNote Does Retro 2016! iTunes Album

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Following the success of JumboNote’s latest album release on iTunes titled ‘JumboNote Does Soul′, 2016 is promising to be a big year full of  plenty of opportunities and exciting new projects for students to whet their musical appetites with. The theme we will be exploring in term 2 will be ‘Retro’, and all recitals during term 2 will […]

Why Taking Music Exams Is Not Always the Best Option

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Disclaimer: JumboNote Music School endorses AMEB & Trinity exams and has successfully prepared and put through hundreds of students, and will continue to do so. However, there is another side of the coin argument that exam based tuition is not always best for all students, and that a careful balance should be achieved between learning for […]

5 Reasons Why You Should Learn to Play a Musical Instrument

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Playing A Musical Instrument Makes You Smarter Many studies have been conducted on the effects of music to the brain. Scientists say that children who are exposed to music, or those who play an instrument, do better in school than those who don’t. Recent research suggests exposure to music may benefit a child’s reading age, […]

How to Become a Successful Musician in Today’s Music Industry

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The current music industry is completely different to the music industry of the past. Gone are the days when a musician could rely solely on performing for their income. Gone are the glorious days when super star performers could indulge in the glamour of rock stardom, whilst managers looked after their day to day business […]