Everything You Need to Know
Green Room Concept Studios; the music school that cares about what you want to learn and how you want to learn it. We are based in Wonthaggi and service all of the Bass Coast and South Gippsland area.
At Green Room Concept Studios, we provide music tuition for all ages and levels. Our teachers are passionate, dedicated and pride themselves on professionalism.
At Green Room Concept Studios we offer tuition in:
Drums & Percussion
At Green Room Concept Studios we offer lessons to all who want to learn. It doesn't matter if you are young or old, studying VCE music, preparing for an audition or just want to come and have some fun. We are ready to teach you.
We offer examinations through the Australian Music Education Board (AMEB), the main examination body for music in Australia. We will provide the resources and skills for you or your child to get the best results possible.
Everyone comes to music for different reasons, for some it is just to be able to play a few tunes for themselves or friends, while some come with a desire to delve as deep into the process as possible. Here at Green Room Concept Studios we want to make what ever your reason for starting music lessons, become a reality.
What We Offer
Tom is a professional vocalist from Wonthaggi. Tom is a versatile singer, showcasing an ability to sing across many genres from classical to pop. He is also a competent guitarist and pianist. Tom has had quite a success in the early years of his career, having successfully negotiated his 5th grade music theory, attaining his Associate Diploma of Music in Classical Voice (A.Mus.A), gaining lead roles in musicals, and singing on international television. Tom has been performing around the South Gippsland region and Melbourne for many years now, as well as working in Sydney with some of Australia's leading musical theatre producers, directors, musical directors and performers on new Australian theatre works. Toms’ first introduction to the musical theatre stage was in 2014 where he performed the title role of ‘Jesus of Nazareth’ in Wonthaggi Theatrical Group’s production of ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’. He was awarded ‘Most Outstanding Leading Male’ and also received the ‘Gladys Moncrieff Award’ for first-time performance in a featured role. Tom’s other musical theatre highlights include Chris (Miss Saigon), Bok (Wicked), Raoul (Phantom of the Opera) Other credits include appearing at the World Superbikes Grand Final on Phillip Island (internationally televised), Hisense Arena, The Hayes Theatre in Sydney and live on The Project (Channel 10). Tom is completing his Bachelor of Music degree at Monash University as well as preparing for his Licentiate Diploma in Musical Theatre. Tom has always had a dream and passion for music. As a kid, he always had a guitar in his hands and was always singing. He has come to realise that with some hard work and dedication, those dreams can become a reality. Tom would like to share his love for music and performance with the world and what better way than through teaching?! Tom believes that Green Room Concept Studios is so much more than a place where you just come to learn; it’s where you come to turn your dreams into reality.
Hugh is professional musician, performing primarily on electric and double bass, from the northern suburbs of Melbourne. He is fluent in a wide range of styles, having performed in jazz trios, rock bands, theatre orchestras, folk bands and soul/pop acts. During his time studying Jazz Performance at Monash University, Hugh completed study programs in both Italy and New York and had the opportunity to learn from some of the world's greatest jazz musicians, such as Chris Potter, Mark Helias, Paul Williamson and Paul Grabowsky. He is also competent on both piano and guitar. Highlights of his performing career include a successful east-coast tour with 'The Mamas' (2019), performing at Queenscliff Music Festival (2019) and various interstate festivals, and performing at the launch party for the Melbourne International Jazz Festival (2016, 2017). In addition to his varied performance career, Hugh runs a volunteer organisation, 'Factory Sessions', which presents original/improvised live music events in Melbourne every week.
TJ Sartori is a 19 year old drummer/percussionist from West Creek.
TJ completed year 12 at Newhaven College in 2018. He graduated with a CERT III in Music Industry and a high study score in Music Performance. TJ has involved himself in multiple bands throughout the years, from the school orchestra to playing percussion in Wonthaggi Theatrical Group's yearly musicals, and a heavy punk band. TJ believes that the variety that he has played in has broadened his skill set to a wide range of musical genres and styles. He notes that one of his highlights was playing drums in Annie, Leongatha Theatrical Groups 2018 production.
TJ is available to teach students of all ages and all skill levels.
Jason is a Pianist from Melbourne who has roots in the classical world and a passion for jazz. He brings his classical knowledge and love for late-romantic harmony and the jazz idiom to his writing and playing. Jason is currently studying Jazz at Monash University and is currently putting together some of his compositions with some amazing young musicians in Melbourne. He also currently plays with some pop acts in Melbourne and has developed a liking to the pop genre as well. Jason’s teaching focus is not only in the application of theory into practice but also about discovering new ideas/techniques through experimentation and exploration with many genres of music.
Steph is a passionate performer, musician and theatre maker based in Melbourne. She holds a double degree in Music Performance (Classical Voice) and Science (Physiology) from Monash University, and is a graduate of the 2016 Music Theatre short course at Victorian College of the Arts. She is a versatile singer and vocal teacher experienced in classical, contemporary and music theatre styles, and has worked with performers of a variety of ages and vocal abilities. Steph is also a trained AMEB pianist and theatre repetiteur and teaches tertiary level music theory. She has been performed with many music theatre companies, including Babirra, OSMaD and the Gilbert and Sullivan Society of Victoria. Other projects that Steph is has recently been involved in include; associate producer and director with the experimental music theatre company Citizen Theatre, co-director and choreographer for ‘Mama’s Boys’ (Cue Productions, the MC Showroom), The Wizard of Oz (King Kong Theatrics) and other musical theatre productions, both on and off-stage. Steph loves the challenge of combining voice and piano to create new and inspired musical works.