Music @US

CREATIVE AND PERFORMING ARTS
Our Creative & Performing Arts programs are facilitated by Unity Studios Director, Cassandra Jensen and her team of mentors.
Cassandra has a Graduate Diploma in Education, Certificate in Inclusive Education, Bachelor of Music
and many years experience within the Creative & Performing Arts industry. 

UNITY STUDIOS FOR ALL AGES AND ABILITIES

Guitar, Ukulele, Keyboard, *NEW* Vocal Training and Music Production, Unity Jam

Monday – Wednesday at Blaxland

Tuesday, Thursday – Friday in Penrith

  • Limited one on one workshops

  • Daddy/Mummy/Grandparents & Me workshops

  • Small group (2-6 students)

  • Large group (7-12 students)

 Use your Creative Kids Voucher with us!

Click here if you need to apply for your Creative Kids Voucher with Service NSW 

 

ENQUIRE TODAY by calling our Director Cassandra Jensen on 0466580175 or click here to express your interest in our programs.

“The Busy Bees music class Is brilliant. Super fun atmosphere and freedom to be creative. My child smiles for most of the class and sings and plays her ukulele all week remembering the fun. Highly recommended!” – Joanne

Sneak Peek Into Our Studios

Expression of interest for An Artist's Adventure

Please leave your details if you are interested in joining a group of kindred spirits work through, "The Artist's Way" through Unity Studios.

An Artist’s Adventure will run online via Facebook from July – September 2018.

Testimonials

“Highly recommend Unity Studios for keyboard/piano lessons. Both my primary school aged children received tuition and they thoroughly enjoyed it! Fun, kind, caring, atmosphere to learn in.” – Alison

“I took my 10 month old and 3 year old to the Busy Bees workshop. They both loved it, especially the songs and instruments. Even my 3 year old joined in when previously she’s resisted joining in with group activities. Very happy!” – Ulina

“Thank you, Cassandra, for the most exhilarating and enjoyable course, “Ukulele for Beginners”. You provided us with many avenues to explore and much insight into this under-estimated but wonderful little musical instrument…and we had fun!” – Ann