Performing Arts & Instrumental Program
Peace Lutheran College's state-of-the-art Peace Performing Arts Centre facilitates its music, drama and dance students with the latest equipment and performance space.
Opened in November 2017, this contemporary facility boasts boutique performance space with the latest AV and lighting, recording studio, seven practice rooms and two customised music teaching spaces.
The Peace Performing Arts Centre is a wonderful addition to the College facilities and is well utilised by its Arts students and teachers.
Instrumental tuition is offered on an individual, group or performance-based ensemble basis.
Individual instrumental tuition
Private music tuition is offered in piano, drums, percussion, vocals, clarinet, saxophone, guitar, bass guitar, violin and cello. Tutors visit the school once per week, offering half hour lessons. Lessons are offered according to need and availability of a teacher, during school hours, with limited availability outside of school hours. Find out more about our individual instrumental tuition.
Group woodwind and brass tuition
Group music tuition is offered in flute, clarinet, bass clarinet, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, trumpet and trombone. Tutors visit the school once per week, offering half hour lessons on a rotational basis, during the school day. Find out more about our group woodwind and brass tuition.
Music concerts are held during the year, providing students who are receiving individual, group and ensemble lessons with an opportunity to perform in front of a live audience. All students involved in music lessons on woodwind, brass and percussion instruments have the opportunity to play in the school concert band. Find out more about our performance-based small ensemble.
Peace Lutheran College students interested in applying for instrumental tuition, are welcome to complete and submit the appropriate Application Form for Tuition.
Peace Lutheran College engages in many in-house and extra-curricular performances each year.
Students from Years 6 - 12 are invited to audition for the annual school production which takes a different format each year.
Senior students from Years 10 - 12 engage in Drama assessments for public audiences, and performance opportunities arise in fundraising and school fete capacities.
Staff contacts in the local performing arts industry also allow the opportunity for students to become involved in productions by North Queensland Academy of Dramatic Art (NQADA) and the Rondo Theatre.
We invite you to book a tour of our school. Come and see why our students and their parents think Peace is such a great place to be.