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
Another good ending to the year with our
Beat Factor Music Student Concert on the weekend. It was great to see our
younger students perform their solo items on the day along with our Beat Factor
Drum Group students.
Thanks to all students for their effort and
hard work during the year.
Thanks to the parents and our friends for their ongoing support and especially loved the big drumming jam at the end. Looking forward to a big one next year, for our 10th anniversary.
Looking forward to playing some great Reggae music with GAIA the Band at the Jamaican Music and Food Festival on November 10 at Seaworks Maritime Precinct, 82 Nelson Place, Williamstown, Melbourne. From 12.00 pm to 8 pm. Tickets $20- $40 www.jmff.com.au GAIA the Band on at 2.00pm.
Should be a great day.
November 10th, 2019, the Jamaican Music & Food Festival family will gather like-minded Jamaican music and food fans together to experience one glorious day of food, Reggae, Dub, Rocksteady and Dancehall music in the Australian sunshine. Soundtracked by some of the very best DJs, artists and live music the country has to offer, the Jamaican Music & Food Festival has become a benchmark for the best performances inspired by music straight out of Jamaica.
With over thirty food and other traders and 10,000 visitors in 2018, this year can only hold more great entertainment and party vibes.
We hope you will join us for another magical afternoon in the unique surrounds of Seaworks, Williamstown.
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