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Andrea Marks

Chapter Council


Andrea Marks

Emmanuel Christian School

Andrea is the current Chair of ASME – Tasmanian Chapter. She is a classroom music teacher and also provides individual music tuition across the Hobart area.

Having loved music since childhood, Andrea trained as a music teacher and has taught in Queensland and Tasmania over the past 32 years in high school, primary school and private tuition.

Andrea believes that music is vital; not only to every child’s education, but to their physical, mental and emotional wellbeing.  She feels that as music educators, we have a responsibility to provide those in our care with the best opportunity to develop their musical skills and love of music enabling them become well-rounded citizens.

As Chapter chair, Andrea intends to work with the council to provide members with high quality Professional Learning opportunities, enabling them to feel supported in their teaching roles and further develop their skills.

Vice Chairperson / Chairperson-elect

Peter Stewart

Launceston Christian School


Sarah Elliott

St. Theresa’s Catholic School



Paul Radford

General Council

Wendy Ross

General Council / Membership

Suzie Terry

Council Member

Fiona Bye

Council Member

Jennie MacDonald

Council Member

Dr. Bill Baker

Council Member

Claire Farrell

Student representative

Susan Cann

Council Member

Peter Ratnik

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19 August 2024

ASME Annual General Meeting

ASME members have received notice via email that the Annual General Meeting of the Australian Society for Music Education Incorporated

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Tasmanian Chapter Constitution


Songlines of the Moonbird (Dyan and Ronnie Summers) Used in TASME2015 Presentation


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Improvisation Composition Unit By Cynthia Howard


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Young Composer 2023

Henry Gell is a 17 year old composition student in grade 12 at Elizabeth College, Tasmania. First Studying composition in
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