Students of all ages will be able to attend the new Sonatina Children’s Music Academy (SMC) on the grounds of the Children’s Education Centre at the end of April.
The SMC, as the name suggests, will be the new music school for children from the age of seven to 18 years.
The school will be run by the Children and Families Development Authority (CFDA), which is run by former MP and current cabinet minister, John Key.
This is the first time the CFDA has been part of a music school in Australia.
Key has also been involved in the creation of several new music schools in New Zealand, including the SMC.
The CFDA’s chairwoman, Margaret Murphy, said the SMIB would be the first of its kind in Australia, as it would be open to all children from ages seven to 17 years old, and would be run in partnership with the music industry.
The music academy will be open daily from 7.30am to 4pm.
The head teacher will be a student of the school, which will also be staffed by members of the community.
This means students can come and go as they wish, and there will be plenty of opportunities for them to interact with other pupils and teachers.
Key said the CFADA would be able work with the school to develop a plan for what to do next with the students, who will not have access to music lessons until they are at the age they need to start learning music again.
Key is keen to bring in a range of young people to work with students in the school.
The new SMID will be managed by CFDA head of business and finance, Angela Jones, and will have about 10 students from the local community.
It will be running under a $250,000 contract.
The current music academy at Taree will close on July 1.
The next school in the area will be located at Chatswood, which is being developed as a music training centre for music industry workers.
Students from Chats is set to open in October, with students from other local schools to follow.
The site has been developed by a private investment company, and it will open in September 2019.
The Chats Wood site is a major centre for the industry, and has been a major venue for concerts for the past decade.
A few months ago, the CFDEA announced that a new music academy would be built in the Tarees by the company that manages the Chats site, and that it would run from 2019.
In 2017, the company announced it would build a music academy for kids in the same area, and build a new facility in the town of Tareeg.
The idea is to provide a more appropriate music education, and provide students with opportunities to interact more with others.
The company said the academy would also have facilities for students to get involved with the local music industry and be active in local community projects.
The TareEg site is currently owned by the Tameg Music and Art Centre, which was originally located in Tareg.
The facility has since been moved, but the Tareng site will be used for the academy.
The development of Tarengon, which has a population of about 1,500 people, has been hampered by a lack of funding for the Taringo School, which includes two music schools, two children’s education centres and a music club.
Key says that with the construction of the new SMC the CFADA will be looking to bring the same level of care and attention to the Tarede area that it does to the Chateg Music Centre and Tareec Music Centre.
The former school had a capacity of about 400 students, but its closure means the school is now running from about 800 to 1,000 students.
Key told the ABC that the new school would be an opportunity for all children, but he would have to find a place for them.
He said that the students will have access both to music and to arts activities.
He also said that they would have a good environment to work in.
“I think the kids are really excited about the prospect of being part of something that is going to be so much more than just music.”
I think that’s what’s going to make it really special for them.
“Key said that while he did not believe the closure of the Tarerg music centre was going to affect the future of the Chata and Tarengane Music Centre, it would still affect the music they teach.
We had a wonderful, wonderful music community here and there was so much passion for the music here. “
The Chatta is a wonderful place for us to have this place.
We had a wonderful, wonderful music community here and there was so much passion for the music here.
But at the same time it was also a place that had this awful reputation in terms of drug dealing