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Newsletter April 2011

Term Dates for most will be the 27th of April 2011 to the 2nd of July 2011. This could mean 9 weeks for some and 10 weeks for others. Please note that we always invoice for 10 lessons regardless of the 9, 10, or 11 weeks that a term may be. This we have found is the least confusing, given that many tutors elect to have lessons on public holidays and or prefer to make up these days if parents are interested. In a term like this if you pay for 10 lessons and do only get 9, the additional lesson paid for will be credited to your next invoice. This term Ester Balasch Lozano and Diego Idarraga will introduce Suzuki Group classes for their students. Group classes provide an excellent opportunity for social interaction and sharing between students, learning to take turns and to appreciate peer musicians and their achievements.

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Lane Cove ALIVE Art & Design Makers Markets

Lane Cove ALIVE runs the Art & design Maskers Markets on the third Sunday of each month with the exception of January, in the Lane Cove Plaza from 9 am - 3 pm.

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Shell Music Scholarships

Shell Gore Bay Terminal and Clyde Refinery and Lane Cove Youth Orchestra have announced the granting of bursaries of up to $1,000 for selected young students who are able to commit to participating in all LCYO rehearsals and performances for 12 months. Available to qualified and selected students aged between 11 and 22.

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Newsletter January 2011

This term runs from Monday 31st January to Friday-8th April. We are pleased to welcome back former staff member Jane Kwok and new tutors Doris Cheng (Oboe and Piano) and Anthea Hetherington ( Suzuki and Traditional Violin) and the many new students and parents. 2011 will be a busy year at the centre with many community projects, art exhibitions, student and professional concerts and workshops planned.

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Cameraygal Festival

Since 1992, Lane Cove’s Cameraygal Festival has been an urban grass roots festival, combining cafe culture, a beautiful bushland environment, lots of fun and family times, fascinating discussions and plenty of great music.

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