At Lumen Christi College, we are passionate about developing the whole musician. We provide engaging, challenging and practical opportunities that prepare students for the real world. Our musicians perform in professional venues, work with music technology and learn from professional musicians in interactive workshops. They also learn how to use music technology to compose, record, produce and market their own music.
Music plays a significant role in the spiritual and cultural life of the College. Our musicians participate in various College events inside and outside of the College including, College Music Concerts, Recital Nights, Liturgies, Whole School Masses, ANZAC and Remembrance Day ceremonies, Presentation Night and various Music Festivals including the Catholic Schools Performing Arts Festival.
Our College enjoys a long-standing partnership with three of our Catholic Primary Schools; Good Shepherd, Sacred Heart and St Munchin’s. The College facilitates the instrumental tuition that takes place at each of these schools called the Primary Instrumental Program (PIP). We provide a number of collaborative performance opportunities between our feeder primary schools and our Lumen musicians that provide meaningful, supportive and interactive performances aimed to inspire a love of playing and performing with others.
We invite you to explore our Music webpage further and discover the vast array of opportunities offered to all our students to grow and develop their own Light of Creativity.
College Instrumental & Vocal Tuition Program
Lumen Christi College's Instrumental & Vocal Tuition Program offer students professional music tuition on a comprehensive range of instruments. The program caters for students of all abilities, from beginner to advanced. Students require no experience with an instrument. The College Instrumental Program is open to all Lumen Christi College students.
Primary Instrumental Program
Lumen Christi College's Primary Instrumental Program offer students professional music tuition on a comprehensive range of instruments. The program caters for students of all abilities, from beginner to advanced. Students require no experience with an instrument. The program is open to all students at Good Shepherd, St Munchin’s and Sacred Heart Primary Schools.