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Guitar and Strings

South West Music has an enthusiastic cohort of guitar and strings students.


You can learn classical or acoustic guitar, electric guitar, bass guitar, ukulele and banjo.

Lessons are also available in violinviolacello and double bass, some via video conferencing.

Guitar and strings lessons are available at your school, at South West Music or remotely. 

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Chamber Music Program

Our new outreach program designed to tour a small group of professional musicians in a duo, trio or quartet setting to rural and remote schools. This program gives students the opportunity to experience professional musicians playing a variety of orchestral instruments up close and live and blends imaginative storytelling with live music.


Each show is designed to excite and entice children to explore the world of music through literacy.


To find out how your school can join the program, contact our office

Beginner Class String Program

This program is for students who wish to study violin or cello in a supportive and interactive class program.  Our experienced teachers will help students develop a love of music through quality innovative education and bust the idea that learning a classical orchestral instrument is boring! SWM has violins and cellos for hire.


To find out how your school can join the program, contact our office

Beginner Class Guitar Program

Students learn in groups (3-10 students) or in a class during school, making the lessons affordable and easily accessible. Students are taught basic entry skills to play acoustic or electric guitar while learning alongside their peers. A school performance showcase for parents and peers is built into the program to create excitement and motivation through each term of lessons.


To find out how your school can join the program, contact our office

Our guitar and strings tutors...

Clancy Staunton

Clancy began guitar lessons at South West Music when he was thirteen. In 2016, Clancy moved to Melbourne and completed his Diploma of Performance followed by an Advanced Diploma of Performance at Melbourne Polytechnic. Whilst studying in Melbourne, he was the lead guitarist in “Grumble Guts”, a prog-punk band, and played bass in the jazz-fusion quintet “TSQ”. Clancy currently performs for various events and concerts around the Deniliquin area, and enjoys composing in his spare time.

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