Sand Pebbles

About us

Sand pebbles is music school located in Australia. The school is named after a popular Australian band named “Sand Pebbles”. The aim of this school is to provide a platform to kids, teenagers and adults to learn and experience music and dance in an extraordinary manner. The school cover the music education very comprehensively and in an engaging and fun way for all our students.

What We Do!

Our music school is dedicated for all the people who are willing to learn music, dance in a professional manner. Therefore, to cater the vast needs of our students we provide vast services which are discussed below in detail.

Courses We Offer:

Starting with, the courses offered include individual instrument classes, singing classes, dance classes etc. The instrument classes are present in various stages as per the knowledge of the students. The school also tries to cater students of all ages and therefore, provides the classes for kids from 2 years to adults. Among our courses, we keep some fun and interactive courses to provide grooming and fun time for our students.

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Events and activities

Our school not only focus on theoretical learning of the music but also allow the students too actually practice it. This helps in polishing their skills and learning professionally. All our weekends and vacations are allocated for events and activities. These activities are related to the learning in school. 

Parties:

We believe that appreciation is the key. Therefore, we ensure to hold parties and fun events just for appreciation of all our students. This helps in motivating the students to work harder in their learning and create a healthier learning experience overall.

Our Blog and News

“We unmask hate with poetry and music”

The collaboration between Adduci and Sulutumana led to the creation of a moving show that also won the Shoah Award: “La farfala sucullo”, a poignant fable between storytelling and songs, set in a concentration camp and centered on the figure of a gypsy, deported as they were Jews, Jehovah’s Witnesses, homosexuals, diverse and dissidents.

“A passage of that work suggested the key to” The words of hatred “- anticipates Galli – In a scene a Nazi tries to take a woman with violence, to which poetry is opposed. That of hatred, we are sure, is a doped language, which feeds on itself, which is magnified when it encounters other hatred, but which reveals all its littleness when it is unmasked. And this can be done by displacing with a song, with a lyric, with what they don’t expect ».

The appointment of next Thursday (the show is held at the Teatro San Teodoro in Via Corbetta 7 in Cantù, starts at 8.45 pm , free admission subject to availability) was conceived by Diogene, the weekly of Tuesday of La Provincia dedicated to good news , to the stories, to the third sector, to the world of volunteering. Before the show – from 6pm to 8pm – Diogenes’ souls will be in the theater foyer to meet the associations in person and collect suggestions, ideas and ideas.

To open the show on Thursday (at the end of which there will also be a toast with panettone to wish Merry Christmas) Luigi Colzani , president of Csv Insubria, will be on stage, among others , as well as the soul of the cooperative Il Gabbiano di Cantù and historic exponent from the world of volunteering, especially in the Canturino area.

3 Ridiculous Tips on Writing Songs That Actually Work

Searching Google for “song writing tips” will produce around 2 million results in 0.42 seconds. They are a bunch of suggestions.

These suggestions are special ones. Those that put you and your ideas in the foreground. Those that give you some time to concentrate, experiment and make your songs work.

It is about immersing yourself in finding that gold cast in the form of songs.

They could make people close to you ask you if you’re ok. They cause strange behavior.

But they work. Because they put you and your ideas first. “And you’re in pole position …” Here are 10 ridiculous exercises on how to write songs to put your tracks on the right track.

  1. Make 5 radio stations play at the same time
    You may want to do this when no one else is at home. Or at least keep the volume low. Surely your friends will worry that everything is ok.

Well it really works! It is known that Tom Waits uses this technique during his songwriting process . Good old Tom turns on a couple of radios and then pays attention to interesting overlays.

You will find interesting progressions and melodies. It’s like you’re sampling with the ear. It is pure storm to find inspiration.

Since it worked for Tom Waits, it’s definitely worth a try. So turn on all the radios, roll the dice and pay attention to the interesting overlaps.

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  1. Look out your window for a long, long time
    The small room in which I make music has a small window. The view is quite limited: only a small blue rectangle with a cloud, a bird or a passing plane.

Yet I think I learned more about my process from that little blue rectangle than any other guide, tutorial or manual can teach me. It allows me to think clearly.

It doesn’t even need to be a window. Only something silent to be able to fix. Like a tropical aquarium , or a beautiful work of art .

In the present day we must actually make an extra effort to stay away from the hyper-fast distractions that are constantly around us (computers, mobile phones, etc.) to be able to find some precious time in silence.

Do you think Brian Wilson wrote “Good Vibrations” while replying to an email, calling an Uber, checking his plays on SoundCloud, or tweeting the weather?

I really know not.

  1. Don’t talk for a whole day. Just listen
    Make a temporary vow of silence. Your writing will thank you.

A whole day could be a little too much. On the other hand, you MUST talk in order to put down that vocal line of pure genius.

But it is no secret that silence is a good thing for you . Even an hour of silence is more than enough to restore the brain.

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