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Contact: 022 694 8905
Long Bay College, Westlake Boys' High School

Scherzo is a music school operating on the North Shore of Auckland. Our aim is to make learning music fun, whilst developing a solid musical foundation.

We currently offer private instrumental lessons in Piano, Guitar, Drums, Flute, Clarinet, Oboe, Saxophone, Bassoon, Violin, Cello, Recorder and Ukulele.To enquire about lesson availability please contact us. Lessons are held at Long Bay College, Westlake Boys' High School or at the tutor's home. They can also be held in your own home by arrangement. Information about our teachers can be found on our website.

Through our many concerts and fun in-house competitions, students are rewarded for their hard work and are actively encorouged to reach their potential. Students earn prizes for their practice efforts! We foster a love of performing and sharing your music with others.

Skill areas offered include performance, theory, harmony, aural, sight-reading, musicianship, and history. This approach prepares the student for any musical endeavour whether aspiring to be a concert pianist, songwriter, producer, conductor, or to play for personal enjoyment.

We offer group theory and aural classes on Tuesdays and Fridays at Long Bay and on Saturday morning at Westlake Boys' High School. 


To find out more about our teachers and pricing, click on the 'Visit Website' link below or contact us. We look forward to hearing from you.


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Contact: 022 694 8905
Long Bay College, Westlake Boys' High School

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