Everything in Music

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Big Girls Blouse in the Sound Telegraph

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Check out the latest edition of the Sound Telegraph to see an article on Big Girls Blouse and WA Highschool Tour.

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Farewell Shaun

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Castlerock would like to send out our condolences to the family and friends of Shaun McVicar, who recently passed away. Shaun was a talented singer/songwriter who was a very good friend of all the Castlerock Crew. Shaun was a kind and gentle soul who always wore a smile and was one of the friendliest people you could ever meet. Farewell Shaun, you will be missed. 

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 15 April 2014 21:50 )

Aussie Night

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Running List for Baldivis Community Fair

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Below is the running list for the acts performing at the Baldivis Community Fair this Saturday the 2nd of November.


11.00 – 11.20  - Dilemma  
11.25 – 11. 45   - Tainted
11.50 – 12.10  - The Iguana Cartel
12.15 – 12.30  -  The after-party
12.35 – 12.50 – Young gun’s
12.55 – 1.15 – Ritz to rubble
1.20 – 1.30 – Unit 6
1.35 – 1.45 – The Bomb
1.50 – 2.10 - House of the spider monkeys
2.15 – 2.35 - Paige & Madison


2.45 - 3.20 – BIG GIRL’S BLOUSE
3.25 –3.50 – SPECIAL GUEST

If anyone has any questions regarding the running sheet, please call Castlerock on 9529 2021.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 30 October 2013 10:07 )

Castlerock students do it again

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Castlerock students Paige Levene and Deeana Simpson have just passed their latest practical piano exams through the A.M.E.B. Paige (pictured left) has just passed her Grade 3 exam with a Credit and Deeana (pictured right) has just passed her Grade 1. Congratulations girls, keep up the good work. 


Many Thanks...

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On the behalf of everyone at Castlerock would like to thank the Riggoll family for donating their free time on a Sunday to help us plaster the walls in the main recording room. I would also like to thank Robert Ellement, Rusty Veljacich, Colby Weir, Ben Nilen, Jack Wiltshire, & Jake Hatch for also donating their spare time and helping out to get Castlerock up to standard. Thanks to them, a massive dent has been put into the renovations here and we are still going full steam ahead. So once again, on the behalf of everyone at Castlerock, thank you. If anyone else would like to help out, please call me (Paul Weir) on 0410 596 795.

The Riggoll Family

Last Updated ( Monday, 29 July 2013 16:09 )


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Castlerock is in danger of being shut down! Castlerock is currently into the fourth week of renovations to help bring the premises up to public building standards. Unfortunately, with the costs of building surveyors, structural engineers, draftsmen, carpenters, electricians, plasterers, materials, etc. we are not going to be able to keep within our budget.

Castlerock Music Institute is run by a dedicated and passionate team of Teachers, who work within the community often volunteering their free time to help children learn how to be musicians.

On numerous occasions, owners Paul and Tzudy Weir have helped out families in dire financial need, by giving them discounts on music lessons, or in extenuating circumstances, free lessons for a period of time. They believe that no one should have to go without music due to hard times, unfortunate circumstances, or just because they can’t afford it.

Castlerock has also helped train and educate students with special needs, and children who are at risk of failing school. They have given scholarships to the community, and also volunteered their time and services to the community on a number of occasions. This includes the last ‘International Disability Day’ held at the Gary Holland Centre, where Castlerock provided the P.A system, M.C services, and staff completely free of cost.

Castlerock has also provided funding for young local bands and artists. Over the last 10 years, Castlerock has provided over $100,000.00 worth of funding for photo shoots, studio recording time, video shoots, rehearsal time, etc.

As you can see, Castlerock does a lot for the community and local families, and has a school of over 200 music students, and provides young up and coming musicians with employment in the music industry, by training them as music teachers, assistant sound engineers, etc. This gives them employment, and a chance to gain valuable experience within the music industry. We have 4 full time staff, and 12 part time staff. That’s 16 jobs for budding young musicians that are now in jeopardy.

We need help to get our premise up to the standard required for public buildings, so we can keep servicing the community, and training the next generation of future musicians.

If anyone out there can provide an extra pair of hands, any tradesmen want to offer their time, if anyone can help in anyway please contact Paul Weir on 0410 596 795 or 9529 2021.

On behalf of everyone at Castlerock, Paul & Tzudy would like to thank the following people:

- Marty from Tru-Blu Hire in Kwinana for providing with a discounted scaffold to help with the renovations

- Shane Pampling his discounted electrical services

- Greg Levene for the beautiful jarrah doors for the studio

- Arran Morton from the Sound Telegraph for getting us the front page

- All the staff who have put in extra hours to help out

- Derek Martin the boiler maker for building our brand new staircase free of charge

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Castlerock and Wold Music Day 2013

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Check out last weeks issue of the Sound Telegraph to see an article about Castlerock bands at Bunnings Rockingham for World Music Day.

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In the event that you need to terminate your payment plan for lessons, it MUST be submitted to Castlerock in writing and sent to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . This is to make sure that there are no miscommunications and that payment plans are cancelled on time. It is not sufficient to leave a message via your child with their respective teacher. If you have any queries regarding this issue, please contact Castlerock on 9529 2021 or email them at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .



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Over the last week. Castlerock has held it's 2013 ROCK CAMP. On ROCK CAMP, all the kids spend all day at Castlerock, constantly writing songs, jamming with their friends, learning about recording, how to setup drum kits and guitar amps, how to better their songwriting and much, much more. The whole ROCK CAMP was a lot of fun, everyone was really well behaved, and everybody had a great time. Stay tuned to hear some of the songs that were recorded as part of Castlerock's 2013 ROCK CAMP which will be posted up shortly.

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Last Updated ( Friday, 11 January 2013 13:37 )
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Student of the Week!

This weeks student of the week is…

Cody Giblett

Cody has really stepped up with her practice lately and is progressing much faster. Keep it up Cody :)


Luke Rigoll

Imogen Gaskell

Alex Mills

Jack Hollis-Wilson

Lily Geddes

Harriet Livingstone

Kallan Hart

Angus Mcveigh

Bailey Davis

Cleo Davis

Tyler Rowe

Caleb Yeardley

Stewart Baker

Ray George

Qirshtn Hipe

Sam Gallon

Max Abbott

Madelaine Livingstone

Milana Matthyser

Jordan Mann

Jordan Bteddini

Bailey Davis

Dylan Banks

Lukas McKenzie

Darcy Hickey

Christine Murdoch

Bailey Davis

Jayden Rowe

Dylan Walters

Cody Giblett

Ashton Feltham

Riley Mitchell

Darcy Hickey

Sam Galleon

Week 13 - Lilly Geddes-King

Week 12 - Jack Ansley

Week 11 - Stewart Baker

Week 10 - Ryan Papst

Week 9 - Jacob Carter

Week 8 - Ella Hickey

Week 7 - Jake Hatch

Week 6 - Sam Mclennan

Week 5 - Georgia Brett

Week 4 - Callum Vincent

Week 3 - Colby Weir

Week 2 - Darcy Hickey

Week 1 - Jake Hatch


Jacob Carter

Week 7 - Samson Williams

Week 6 - Ethan Batey

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