Music is an integral part of the school curriculum and community at St Anne’s. It is offered as a subject and as a co-curricular activity. We see music as a form of expression, a skill to master, and a talent to explore, and it is our goal to equip our girls with the knowledge and attitude for ongoing enjoyment of music in the practical, theoretical and technological fields.

Music Department
Our Music Department is a hub of hard work, laughter and fulfilment, where we strive to develop a love and appreciation of music amongst all girls while maintaining the highest musical standards.
Subject Music
Music is offered as a subject from Grade 8 to 12. The specialist music staff provide one-on-one and group lessons, instilling a love and appreciation for music through practical and theoretical training. Classical and contemporary tuition is currently available in the following instruments: piano, violin, cello, flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, classical guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, bass guitar, drums and voice. To add to their repertoire and experience, girls may enter: Trinity College (TCL) Trinity Rock & Pop and International Rock School Examinations Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM) Examinations Eisteddfods These external assessments set an international benchmark for our high music standards and help our girls build confidence in performance.
Co-Curricular Music
From beginners to intermediate and advanced musicians across a variety of instruments, St Anne's girls can explore classic, rock, jazz, and contemporary music at their own pace and enjoy this creative and stimulating outlet.  

Music lessons

Our dedicated and specialist music staff conduct music lessons on a wide variety on instruments during and after the academic day. We also offer individual singing tuition across a range of classic and contemporary genres. Our girls enjoy the lifelong skills and techniques taught during these lessons well beyond their school years.  

Sound production

St Anne's offers Sound Production classes for those girls who are interested in this technical field of music.
Group Music
For those girls looking to further refine their musical abilities, expand their repertoire and enjoy a fun, social component to music, the school has a range of musical groups:
  • Symphonic Band
  • Chapel Choir
  • Vocal Ensemble
  • Marimba Band

Chapel Choir

The Chapel Choir plays an integral role in our chapel services and performs at internal and external functions such as weddings, public relations events, concerts, festivals and Eisteddfods.