FIND YOUR PASSION
Music and performance have been at the heart of a PLC education for generations and we are renowned for having one of the top music programs in the country.
The breadth and depth of our musical offerings are outstanding and includes orchestras, classical, chamber and jazz ensembles, rock bands, Pipes and Drums, contemporary folk and non-western music, as well as choirs of every size and style.
Our new Performing Arts Centre is a magnificent building which allows music and theatre performances to be showcased in a world-class facility.
With more than 60 per cent of students participating across all Senior School year levels, we offer the following student groups:
- Chamber music ensembles
- Clarinet ensembles
- Flute ensembles
- Saxophone ensemble
- Double reed ensemble
- Guitar ensembles
- Jazz ensembles
- Percussion ensembles
- Keyboard ensembles
- Pipes and drums
- Rock bands
- Stage bands
- Symphony orchestra
- String ensembles
- Concert bands
PLC's Music Tour 2019
Information Evening - Wed 28 Feb, 7pm DDT
For more information download this flyer.
PLC’s Music and Performing Arts programs offer girls wonderful learning and team-building opportunities that transcend the classroom, and foster a lifelong passion for music and the arts.
Complementing the curriculum-based program is a range of options for girls wanting private musical instrument lessons. Students also receive two years of complimentary instrumental lessons in small groups and in orchestras throughout their Junior School journey.
Individual piano and violin lessons can begin as early as Prep. Girls may also participate in a variety of choirs, ensembles and activities, including:
- 4 choirs
- String orchestras
- Concert bands
- Flute ensemble
- Chamber ensemble
- Percussion ensemble
- Individual and group instrumental tuition
- Examinations in music and speech
- Musical performances and competitions
For information and applications to participate in the full range of Music, Theory and Speech Tuition programs at PLC, see the documents below: