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The Australian School of Performing Arts, incorporating the Australian Girls Choir and ASPA Education, specialises in delivering high quality performing arts education to students and young people in a range of educational and community settings. We believe in the power of the performing arts to motivate, inspire and engage people of all ages and abilities.


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  • Jane StewartParent
    "Each time my daughter has attended an ASPA Holiday Program I have been stunned by what has been achieved in such a short space of time. My daughter has loved the programs and has not only had fun, but has felt a real sense of achievement."
  • Clare HylandTeacher at Hartwell PS
    "I just wanted to pass on a huge thank you for all of the amazing work you did with our students. I know that they got so much out of the whole experience, so many of them are saying that it was the best thing that they have done in their entire lives."
  • KateStudent at St. Mary’s Mooroopna
    "I have had so much fun this term with the ASPA Education teachers and I’m pumped for the performance!! You make me want to come to school on a Tuesday and practice!"
  • Paul McDonaldCEO Anglicare Victoria
    "Our relationship with ASPA means children in care are introduced to music - the great healer and connector. The program has revealed new ideas and capabilities that have not been previously obvious to them, and has enhanced their view of who they are and who they can be."
  • Peter MurnaneTeacher at Black Rock PS
    "Fantastic organisation, infectious energy and the representation of how positive reinforcement and feedback can truly impact adults and teachers, let alone students. I'm a better teacher and person for attending this PD session today."
  • Maurie SpaccaventoAGC Parent
    "The AGC gives our daughter a reliable and constant institution in her life that will not waver - a place where she is appreciated and where she will learn and build confidence."

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"My niece Rosie lives in country Victoria, so she "My niece Rosie lives in country Victoria, so she can’t join the Australian Girls Choir. ASPA Ed Online engages her with her interest in performing and allows her to participate in a comfortable environment at her own pace." Do you know a little one in a regional town who might like to try ASPA Education Online? As a friend and follower of ASPA you can give them the special promo code 'AGC20' for 20% off! Check out the program here: https://aspagroup.com.au/aspa-education/aspa-education-online/
If you're in Victoria and looking for some fun and If you're in Victoria and looking for some fun and active 'at home' activities, then you might like to check out our ASPA Education Online program. With eight separate lessons taught by some of our most experienced Australian Girls Choir tutors and Australian School of Performing Arts instructors around the country, ASPA Ed Online is perfect for Junior and Middle Primary aged boys and girls. Check it out here: https://aspagroup.com.au/aspa-education/aspa-education-online/ Tag a parent who might be interested!
Not only does singing with others make us feel goo Not only does singing with others make us feel good, it’s incredibly beneficial for our health, too. Research shows that singing collectively can decrease symptoms of anxiety, stress and depression and the social bonding experienced while singing with other people triggers ‘feel-good’ hormones which boost our sense of wellbeing – as well as our immune systems! A workshop with ASPA Education gives your school or community group the opportunity to experience these wellbeing benefits in an inclusive and fun environment. We'd love to talk wth you about ways to bring singing into your school - either virtually or in-person - this term. Get in touch here: https://aspagroup.com.au/aspa-education/school-programs/
We are so thrilled to be welcoming hundreds of (so We are so thrilled to be welcoming hundreds of (socially distanced) prospective choristers to our Open Days in Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra and Perth today! Check out this newspaper ad from 1990 inviting girls to try a class! What's your earliest memory of the AGC?