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Would you like to have some competency on a keyboard to compliment your teaching program?
Achieve months of Music Lessons in One Day!

A One Day Workshop especially suited for Adults working with young children

When: Saturday 14th March, 2015
Time: 9:30am to 3:00pm
Where: Glen Iris / Burwood Village Studio
12 Chester St, Glen Iris
Cost: $90 includes books and materials

To book call 0425 778 051

Music Teacher training and licences also available. Flexibility! Choose your own hours and income level. Work from home, a com-munity centre or commer-cial space. You don’t need to be an experienced music teacher! We train you!
Enquire now! Next teacher trainings in May or July


The Complete 10 day Music LogicŪ Teacher Intensive!

The next 10 day intensive will be held in Melbourne to train new Music Logic Teachers from around the globe. Space is very limited so make sure you register your interest NOW

When: Monday 4th May 2015 - Friday 15th May 2015

For more information in this intensive contact John Barton on 0425 778 051 (Intl. +61425 778 051)


To find out latest times, prices and schedules for any
Music Logic Program contact John Barton:
email - info OR phone 0425 778 051




"Those marks that appear on five black horizontal lines suddenly make sense.  The piano all of a sudden seems a whole lot less intimidating."

"Very Very Enjoyable. Music finally makes sense. It's like learning a new language instantly."

"It was the most enjoyable learning experience I've ever had. I've learned more about music and myself in this one weekend than I have in my life so far. "

" ..I am very impressed with the technique, there are very special insights.  I feel better, and can play and understand more with what I've been shown, than the one year of piano lessons that I had when I was in high school.  It is truly incredible. "

" ..I feel like the mental block that I had with reading notes above and below the staff is gone.  I tried to play sheet music at home that I have struggled with for years, and it was almost simple."