As Melbourne is moving back to Stage 3 restrictions from July 9. Our Face-to Face classes for One on One and Group lessons will continue to be delivered On-line from Monday 20 July.
To ensure the safety of our community in the West, we will continue to delivering our one-to one and group classes remotely on line for Term 3. We were hoping to bring back our individual and group classes back to our studio, but it may have to wait until further notice from the health department.
On-line lessons via zoom will still continue for all students.
To our regular and new students, due to the impact and disruption of the COVID-19 Stage 3 restrictions, all lessons for Term 3 will be conducted On-Line via Zoom from Monday 20 July.
Music lessons will be held at your normal day and times as scheduled during Term 3. We will be using Zoom as our preferred video conferencing program, free download.. Skye and Facebook are also possible if preferred.
Please contact us to discuss your requirements.
All the best, Rod Pilois – Music Educator/Manager – Beat Factor Music
Government will proceed to a more comprehensive shutdown of non-essential
services, including moving the first term school holidays forward to start
Tuesday 24th of March in an attempt to slow the spread of coronavirus.
Due to these
unfortunate circumstances our music classes will be closed until further notice
from health officials.
In the meantime
I’ll be working on virtual lessons via Zoom… stay tuned for more details on
this in the coming weeks.
We want to
wish our students and their families all the very best during these challenges
ahead and look forward to seeing you when we re-open.
On February 28, the Beat Factor Drum Group were joined on stage with The Astara Belly Dancers for a joint performance on a number of drum pieces from Middle-eastern to Caribbean/Samba style. The special FriYay event event and sponsored by the Wyndham City council and co-hosted by the Point Cook Pop Up Park. A great night of entertainment was enjoyed by the community and a great contribution from all the other local artists as well Rod – Ensemble Director – Beat Factor Music
Middle Eastern Drum & Dance piece.
Combined performance by Beat Factor Drum Group & Astara Belly Dancers
Caribbean/Samba drum piece
Moving to the rhythm with the Beat Factor Drum Group and the Astara Belly Dancers, Point Cook Pop UP Park, February 2020.