Music

Tutti Arts’ Music program has three different streams:

Quirkestra
This program has an instrumental focus and incorporates ensemble music playing, music theory and performance. Quirkestra is offered on Mondays at Tutti at Brighton.

Music Experience
This program focuses on voice, ensemble singing, and rhythmic, melodic and harmonic awareness. The program also incorporates some Auslan performance skills. Music Experience is offered on Wednesday afternoons at Tutti at Brighton. This program is currently full but please email us if you would like to be placed on the waiting list.

Voice Specialist
This program is offered by invitation only, providing further development, including one-on-one sessions, for advanced singers. The Voice Specialist program covers singing, solo performance, writing and creating as well as stagecraft skills. This program is offered on Friday mornings at Tutti at Brighton.

Please note that all face-to-face Music programs are temporarily suspended due to the Coronavirus. We are planning to re-start face-to-face programs from 22 June 2020 onwards.

In order to attend Tutti Arts programs participants need to have:

  • an interest and/or experience in an art form
  • an intellectual or learning disability
  • access to funding (usually via Disability SA or NDIS). A self-funding option is also available.

Tutti Arts is a registered NDIS provider and this program is NDIS-ready. This means you may be able to use your NDIS funding to cover the costs of this program. Click on the following link to read more about Tutti and the NDIS.

For more information, please contact Carol Young, Choir & Music Coordinator, via email to: carol.young@tutti.org.au