Instrumental Music and Choir at Kyneton

At Kyneton High School, we have an exciting instrumental music program. Students can elect to take part in music lessons with experienced, professional teachers through the school. Individual or small group lessons are held once a week during the school day. Students are withdrawn from class on a rotating timetable so that they don’t miss the same class from week to week.We also have a fantastic Stage Band and Choir for music students to participate in.

Some lessons are highly subsidised by the school and cost only $320 for a whole year’s tuition – that is only $8 a lesson! Subsidised instruments include:

  • Flute (hire available)
  • Clarinet (hire available)
  • Trombone (hire available)
  • Saxophone (hire available)
  • Piano (hire available)

Lessons are also offered in DRUMS, SINGING, GUITAR and BASS with prices set by our highly qualified, specialist private teachers.

Kyneton High School - Music Program

Music Benefits

Many studies have shown that learning an instrument helps you develop your memory and alertness, as well as showing that students who play music often do better in their regular school subjects.

Playing music can improve your confidence, self-esteem and self-discipline.

It is also a lot of fun and offers you the opportunity to participate in activities like bands, school production and solo performances.

Application for Instrumental Music or Choir at Kyneton

Congratulations on choosing to be a part of Kyneton Secondary College’s Instrumental Music Program!

Now that you have chosen to learn an instrument at school, please fill in the Instrumental Music Application form from the link below. A music teacher will contact you by the first few weeks of Term 1. For any further information, please contact Juli Robinson at the school on 5421 1100 or by email at:

We look forward to seeing you in the music room next year!

Please click on the link below to download and complete the attached application form. You may either email the application directly to Juli Robinson or drop it into the front office.

Instrumental Music Application Form

Spring Concert - A Great Success!!

On Wednesday 8th September, the annual Spring Concert was held in the School Hall.

The Concert topped off a very successful Arts Day at the School with a broad range of Arts based activities running throughout the day – including painting and drawing activities, lunchtime concert, theatre sports and the ever popular, pin the nose on Rembrandt!

The Spring Concert featured musical items from the school band as well as a number of solo and duet performances. Congratulations to Year 11 students, Jasmine and Sasha on their brilliant work in organising the event.