"MusicSpace" | ADULTS | Thursdays 9-3pm | TERM FOUR 2019

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MusicSpace square - home of the ROCKHEADS.jpg
Diversity Rocks whole band.jpg

"MusicSpace" | ADULTS | Thursdays 9-3pm | TERM FOUR 2019


Do you love music? Would you like to meet other people and make music together? COME AND JOIN US!

9.00am-3.00pm every Thursday during school terms, commencing 10th October for Term Four

at the Vines Rd Community Centre
37-61 Vines Rd, Hamlyn Heights

Free trial then
* use your NDIS funding (Self or Funds Managed only) or TAC funding
* for those not eligible, fees by negotiation

MusicSpace is an on-going weekly program for people to get involved in music in all its forms. We are a welcoming space for people who experience disability or disadvantage in any form. 

Our experienced music facilitators will work with you to support your ambitions to be involved with music, whether you want to learn an instrument, sing, write songs, play in a band, perform or just hang out with fellow music lovers. You will have the opportunity to develop your potential as an artist and to make friends along the way. No prior experience or skills necessary.

We are offering the program for free initially with the understanding that you will draw on your NDIS or TAC funds to maintain involvement. For those who are not eligible for this funding, fees will be negotiated.

Vines Rd Community Centre is an accessible building. It has fully accessible toilets including a hoist. There is also a café, library and kitchenette available for your use.

Getting there: 
* By car: There is free parking at the back of the building.
* Public transport: There is a bus stop outside the centre.

To find out more information or to register your interest, please click on the SUBMIT EXPRESSION OF INTEREST button to submit your details. Someone from the MusicSpace team will then be in touch to answer all of your questions.

Submit Expression of Interest
Mel Murphy

Mel Murphy
Mel is a registered music therapist and is passionate about supporting all people to be involved in music. She co-founded the band, “The Rockheads” with a group of young people with disabilities and the band has performed numerous gigs including the “Diversity Rocks” music festival. She has run several community singing groups and currently teaches in the music therapy course at Melbourne University. She has a private music therapy practice in Geelong working with NDIS participants. She plays the guitar and sings.


Bryan Anderson
Bryan Anderson is a registered music therapist and has a broad range of experience working individually and in groups with children, adults and older adults. He has set up music therapy programs in both Geelong and Melbourne and currently works for Jig Music Therapy. Bryan is also an experienced piano teacher with a particular focus on therapeutic teaching for children and adults with additional needs. As a performer, Bryan plays piano, drums, guitar, sings and dabbles in a number of other instruments. He has played in a variety of bands from traditional Swiss folk music to original metal; as well as composing for film, theatre and small groups.


Levi Anderson
Singer-songwriter, vocalist and guitarist Levi Anderson performs as the front-man of The Kite Machine and the lead guitarist in Rach Brennan & The Pines. He studied an Advanced Diploma of Music and has been crafting his skills for almost 20 years, working as a professional musician, producer and mixing engineer. 

His vast knowledge and experience in the music industry has hugely benefited his work in the studio having mixed and mastered dozens of projects as well as working as a session guitarist, bassist and drummer.