Private Music Lessons at CYC

Wednesday and Thursday during school terms Various times

Cockburn Youth Centre's private music lessons are perfect for young people looking to learn a new instrument or looking to upskill what you already play.

Open to all young people aged 10-17, these low cost music lessons are one-on-one with one of our resident music masters for 30 minutes.

We offer classes in:

  • Guitar

  • Bass

  • Vocals

  • Drums

  • Keyboard

  • Song writing

  • Music recording

Lessons are available for all styles of music and all ability levels. 
Lessons are held only during school terms and are $20 per week, please see table below for full information:

Day

Time

Lessons Offered

Cost

Wednesday

4–7pm

Guitar, bass, vocals, drums, keyboard, song writing and recording

$20 per lesson

Thursday

3.30–6pm

Bass, vocals and song writing

$20 per lesson


Bookings are essential and can be made in person at the Youth Centre or over the phone on 08 9411 3888.

Cockburn Youth Centre

25 Wentworth Parade,
Success WA 6164

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Cockburn Youth Centre

Email youth@cockburn.wa.gov.au

Phone 08 9411 3888

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Address

9 Coleville Crescent,
Spearwood 6163

PO Box 1215, Bibra Lake DC,
Western Australia, 6965

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