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Join Hullaballoo Music for their ONLINE, LIVE & INTERACTIVE music sessions!

Inclusive, Interactive, Educational, Empowering & Serious FUN!

Customised Music Sessions for Early Childhood and Junior Primary settings promoting Respectful Relationships, Gender Equality and Healthy Family Lifestyles

Embedded Indigenous content

CALD and refugee friendly

Celebrating diversity

Evidence based and trauma informed approaches

Health promoting

Family/carer music workshops 

Builds attachment and emotional attunement

Builds on positive life experiences and celebrates diversity and healing

Hullaballoo Music For All acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People as the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we work and play and we pay our respects to their Elders, past present and future.

SERVICES

We are now offering our ‘ALL Come Out To Play’ sessions ONLINE, LIVE & INTERACTIVE!

  • Early Childhood & Junior Primary settings
  • Family/carer music workshops
  • Amanda Testro is a certified lead facilitator of 'ALL Come Out To Play!'

Join Hullaballoo Music on a whirlwind musical adventure where fun is the main game!  Along the way we will celebrate Respectful Relationships & Gender Equality through Storytelling, Song & Dance. This is a fun interactive educational experience like no other!

ALL Come Out To Play is generously funded by Gandel Philanthropy and The Office For Woman and is a partnership between Hullaballoo Music, drummond street services & Playgroup Victoria 

We are now offering our ‘Move It 4 Kids’ sessions ONLINE, LIVE & INTERACTIVE!

Move It 4 Kids

The program offers comedy, music and LOTS of movement to encourage good habits for the whole family! This project is a partnership with drummond street services, Hullaballoo Music and Playgroup Victoria.

Watch a snippet of the ‘Move It 4 Kids’ program here:

Move It 4 Kids is generously funded the Sport AUS and is a partnership between Hullaballoo Music, drummond street services and Playgroup Victoria

We are now offering LIVE, ONLINE fully INTERACTIVE music sessions which means we can ‘zoom’ to you wherever you are! 

We thought things would slow down for us at Hullaballoo Music once the Covid-19 restrictions hit, however we have been busier than ever!

As the restrictions have been slowly lifting we anticipated these sessions would be wound down, however we have found the online sessions are a wonderful way to connect with communities that may not be able to gather at Playgroups, etc., so these online sessions are here to stay!  Watch a snippet here:

CONTACT

Amanda Testro

0410 262 830

Listen to Hullaballoo Music

'Acknowledgement of Country'  Words adapted by S. Hughes, Music  A. Testro & M. Girasole

'Goodnight Kakadu'  A. Testro and M. Girasole

Goodnight Kakadu was inspired by a conversation with Mandy Muir who is descent of the Murumburr clan and is also connected to the Wardaman of Katherine region

SONG COMING SOON

'I Love Being Me'  A. Testro, M. Girasole and H. Rimington

'Wake Up'  A. Testro and M. Girasole

'I Went Down To The Sea'  A. Testro and M. Girasole

Watch the music video for 'My Body Is Amazing!'

Illustrations by Julia Pratt

TESTIMONIALS
for Hullaballoo Music

"We have been coming to Amanda’s sessions for over 8 years during which time we have brought many a different child with various physical, emotional & social capabilities.  Whilst the program itself does an excellent job of working on the children’s confidence & resilience amongst many other important life skills, it is also Amanda’s inclusive style, together with her contagious enthusiasm & boundless energy that never cease to amaze me.  The time spent in these sessions are truly treasured and the benefits huge.  We feel so blessed to be a part of them"

Moira Kelly (AO)

"THE best intervention I’ve seen for any demographic, particularly disadvantaged groups.  Amanda can get anyone laughing!"

Karen Field (drummond street services)

“Amanda’s Hullaballoo sessions are so much fun – everyone was up on their feet five minutes in!  Her knowledge of what will work with vulnerable groups is amazing.”

Bernie Lane (Department of Health & Human Services)