st peters music

St Peters award-winning Music Department provides one of Australia’s leading music education programs. Senior ensembles regularly tour overseas and have won state and national awards. Many of our staff are leaders in their fields and many graduates from the College have established outstanding careers as musicians nationally and internationally.
The curricular and cocurricular music programs encourage participation, innovation and the development of a highly refined artistic sense. Students have the opportunity to complement private studies in instrument and voice with an exceptional ensemble experience and a superior class music program. Active participation in the music program allows students to take full advantage of the rich and diverse musical life available to them at St Peters.
New to St Peters Indooroopilly is the state-of-the art Performing Arts Centre which features a thousand-seat auditorium, theatrette, practice rooms and teaching spaces. Completed in 2013, the centre is a cultural hub for our students and the wider arts community.
For further details, please contact the St Peters Music Department.

External link read more about the Performing Arts complex 
External link read St Peters success at 2013 Queensland Youth Music Awards
External link read more about the Prep-Prep Music program

Indooroopilly School

Approximately 30% of the St Peters students are learning an instrument or studying voice at the school.  Lessons are offered on an individual basis and rotational basis.

Tuition is available in the following instruments:

Piano, Pipe Organ, Harpsichord, Harp, Violin, Viola, Cello, Double Bass, Electric Bass, Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon, French Horn, Trumpet, Trombone, Tuba, Saxophone, Euphonium, Percussion (Years 6-12), Classical Recorder, Classical/Acoustic Guitar (Years 6-12), Electric Guitar (Years 6-12), Voice (Years 6-12), and Composition.

Tuition is also available for the following:
Musicianship (AMEB Grades 2 - 6)  or Music Craft (AMEB Prep - Grade 1) according to the syllabus of the Australian Music Examinations Board. 

For more information please contact

Pre Prep Music Program now available for children aged between 3 and 5 years old. The program is open to all children and parents in the community not just those enrolled to attend St Peters Junior School. For more information please contact

Springfield School

Many of the students at St Peters Springfield learn an instrument, study voice or speech & drama at the school.  Lessons are offered on an individual basis and rotate weekly through the daily timetable.

Tuition is available in the following disciplines: Piano, Voice, Violin, Viola, Cello, Double Bass, Flute, Clarinet, Saxophone, Trumpet, Trombone, Euphonium, Tuba, Percussion, Acoustic or Electric Guitar, Electric Bass and Speech & Drama. 

Theory of Music, Musicianship or Music Craft are not currently offered at Springfield however will be introduced as required.