Junior Music Program


The Hills Shire Music School offers Junior Music Programs on Saturdays between 8.30am and 6pm. It is a great way to get introduced to music at an early age which creates the foundation for all future music development. Hills Shire Music is a firm believer that starting music at the earliest possible age will not only ensure thorough musical development but also will develop the mind for a strong academic future. It has proven many times over throughout the world that music and academic education go hand in hand.

A fun filled and exciting educational music programs for kindergarten age children. The program is built around the early school curriculum and is based on world recognised educational methods. It is a hands on music making experience designed to develop children’s confidence, motor skills, vocalisation and speech, emotional expression and social skills whilst instilling a love of music and developing knowledge of the basics of music. There are 3 music books taught in the program which involve learning the keyboards as well as other musical skills such as ukulele and singing.

Junior Music Program consists of only 2 students in a shared lesson. Cost per half hour lesson is only $25.00. The program is offered to students ages 4 – 6 but must be in kindergarten in the enrolling year. It is advised to arrange a friend or family member to join you for the shared lesson. This way they get to have fun together with someone they know.

Please call us for available times as places fill quickly at the beginning of each school term.

After trying other music schools in the area I found that the music school provides a high standard of music tuition for my daughter. The teacher pays attention to her individual needs and interests and lessons are planned around these. After starting here with only basic guitar skills, within weeks she was enjoying playing songs that she wanted to play and even performing them at school. One of the benefits of learning here is that the focus is not only on learning the chords and notes necessary to play individually, but students develop their ability to collaborate with others through learning professional contemporary musicianship skills.  With their experience playing professionally, both live and in the studio, I believe they will teach my daughter what she needs to know to play guitar for her own enjoyment and in a professional setting with other musicians.”

Kerrin B, Castle Hill




We offer group music lessons to students from all areas of the Hills including Castle Hill, Crestwood, Baulkham Hills, Beaumont Hills, Winston Hills, Kellyville, Rouse Hill, Dural, Annangrove, Kenthurst, Bella Vista, Cherrybrook, Pennant Hills, West Pennant Hills, The Ponds, Stanhope Gardens and Sydney’s North West.