Darebin City Brass is also famous for nurturing young talent. The Youth Group is nicknamed “Jack’s Juniors”, after local Darebin legend, Jack Kelly OAM, who has coordinated the Youth Group for many years. Darebin City Brass provides quality, affordable music tuition within a group setting. Learning to play a brass instrument is a great life skill and your child will form many lifelong friendships!
The Youth group performs regularly for the local community, including performances at primary schools, services for Anzac Day and Remembrance Day, the Darebin Music Feast and Carols at Odyssey House.
Contact Us if you are interested in your child joining Jack’s Juniors.
Hannah Trewartha has been in education for over 15 years working with both Primary and Secondary students. Through her teaching she has worked as a conductor for many ensembles in schools and the community. Including taking the Bendigo Youth Brass Band to a national championship after only 3 months with them and 5 consecutive wins at different competitions around the state of Victoria. Her school ensembles have also seen fantastic results in the festivals in NSW and Victoria. She currently oversees multiple school ensembles and is very excited about the development of Darebin City Band Youth Brass.
Hannah started her trombone playing as part of the Bendigo Instrumental Music Program and has since completed her Bachelor of Music at the Australian National University and her Graduate Diploma of Education at the University of New England. She is currently completing her masters of education through Melbourne university. Community music is very important part of Hannah’s and has been involved with the State Youth Brass Band, Hawthorn Brass Band and the City of Greater Bendigo Brass Band over the years. Currently she is playing for our own Preston brass band. Music Education however is Hannah’s passion and loves to see everyone fall in love with music. The joy music can bring to someone's life and finding the way in which they learn couple beautifully and this is what Hannah has been developing with her students.