Faith's Music Instrumental Program enables students from Junior School through to Year 12 to access a range of experienced, professional teachers for individual lessons throughout the school day, as well as after school.
Students from Junior School through to Senior School have the opportunity to learn up to 15 different music instruments. Lessons can be held during the school day, or afterhours, enabling families the flexibility to access music lessons when it is most convenient.
Further information can be found via the link below, or complete an enquiry form to contact us directly.
Our Music Scholarship is available to students in Years 7 to 12.
Colin Kroehn was a respected Barossa Vigneron who tended his famous vines in Eden Valley until his passing in 2010. A generous bequest from his estate led to the establishment of a music scholarship at the College.
The purpose of the scholarship is to provide financial support to enable a student to access private music tuition. Each year the College makes available two scholarships. The value of each scholarship is up to $2400, paid at $400 per year for each year the student continues to study music (from Year 7 through to Year 12).
Each year interested students are invited to apply for this Music Scholarship. Further information regarding the criteria and application process can be found via the link below.
Further information regarding the criteria and application process can be found via the link below. Please note, Music Scholarship applications for 2024 have now closed.
Meet some of our instrumental teachers and hear more about the different instruments available at Faith. View the videos below.