The visuals are eye-catching, the voiceover is informative, and now — you just need the perfect background track! Choosing an instrumental background track is a great choice when you have other sounds in your video. But, choosing a good instrumental background track is an art. It always helps to have inspiration pieces to set the bar. It leaves plenty of room for the voiceover on the audio stage. This balance will be the perfect inspiration for the rest of our article. Maybe this is your first time working with background music.
Providing consultancy, instrumental instruction and ensemble direction, staffing allocation and management, an instrumental loan, maintenance and repair service, a resource centre and varied enrichment activities for students. More information about what we do can be found on our about us page. Information for parents to assist in understanding how the instrumental music school service program is delivered in public schools and advice on providing support to students. Information on festivals, performance rehearsal days and showcase concerts as well as the yearly calendar. Skip to main content.
The Band and Orchestra programs in Belmont are recognized statewide for their excellence. Students who enroll in these programs develop creative, artistic and intellectual skills in a unique and exciting way. Fees and Instrument Rental Information. Students in Grade 4 can choose a string instrument to study as a part of our Orchestra Program. Each week students receive a minute group lesson during the school day. Students in Grade 5 Instrumental Music will receive two 2 minute group lessons each week and will participate in two 2 minute Band or Orchestra rehearsals, all during the school day. Saturday Morning Music School SMMS is an enrichment program intended to enhance the level of instrumental instruction offered to students each week.
Give your child the opportunity to be part of a unique instrumental music program only available in Western Australian public schools. They will receive free instrumental tuition and the opportunity to participate in a range of music enrichment activities. The teaching standard is extremely high. As well as having a passion for music, instrumental teachers are qualified musicians and registered teachers. They work with more than primary and secondary schools across Western Australia, teaching students from Years 3 to Classes are generally scheduled in school time. Students are taught in small groups, usually on the same instrument, and go on to join mixed instrumental groups and bands when they are considered ready by their instrumental music teachers. Instruments generally offered in primary school include brass trumpet, trombone and baritone , classical guitar, cello, clarinet, double bass, flute, violin and viola. Students can continue the program in secondary schools.