Spencer’s Speakeasy is on again!
An intimate and exclusive event for only 100 guests on the evening of Tuesday September 18 at the Slide lounge in Darlinghurst. Come along and see Don and Danielle Spencer and friends including Tim Freedman, Justine Clarke, Brydon Stace, Peter Northcote, Simon Marnie, Greg Agar and other surprise artists! Tickets are $300 per person and include wine, dinner and the show!
The 2018 ACMF National Songwriting Competition is now open for entries!
If you are a school-aged student, upload a recording of a song you have written for a chance to win cash towards musical instruments or tuition. Over $20,000 in prizes up for grabs!
Entries close at 5pm on October 22nd.
CHANGING YOUNG LIVES THROUGH MUSIC
The Australian Children’s Music Foundation provides free, long term music programs and instruments to disadvantaged and Indigenous children across Australia, inspiring creativity and imagination while nurturing self-esteem and confidence.
Many charities are devoted to children’s physical well-being.
We are devoted to their mental well-being.
1 in 7 Australian children of primary school age have a mental health problem
Learning music in the classroom increases children’s resilience and helps develop coping strategies
Nearly half of all child mental health disorders begin before the age of 14
Playing an instrument expands a child’s creativity and imagination, building positive neural pathways
It has been found that children with mental health problems experience considerable distress in school and have reduced capacity to engage with their schooling
Music lessons give children greater self-confidence and help build self-esteem
ACMF music programs have the power to change young lives.
If you believe in music, you believe in us.
OVER THE LAST 12 YEARS WE HAVE…
WORTH OF INSTRUMENTS
FREE MUSIC LESSONS
ORIGINAL SONGS FOR OUR NSC
All across Australia, disadvantaged children and youth engage in free, long-term music programs presented by our specialist teachers. #
Juvenile Justice Centres
We believe that it is critical to create an outlet for youth in detention to express themselves in a positive way. #
Children in hospital benefit immensely from the opportunity to engage in music lessons, presented by our specialist teachers. #
Students from across Australia are invited to put pen to paper and enter their very own original song in our National Songwriting Competition. #
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