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To Tasmania's first private Performing Arts School.

Situated right here in Devonport, we cater for all budding performing artists regardless of age or ability and offer classes in Music, Drama, Sound and Video Production, and Theatre Production. So whether you want to start training now for a future career in the entertainment industry or simply take part in a fun learning experience, there is something for everyone!

The Tasmanian Performing Arts Centre (TPAC) had it's foundation laid early in 1993 when Deb Morcom set up a small music retail business Tasmanian Brass & Woodwind Specialists. the business initially catered for woodwind and brass performers and teachers in Tasmania but ,over the past 20 years, many school, bands, choirs, and musicians asked for more! more music, more instruments, more accessories, and so on. So, out of Tasmanian Brass & Woodwind Specialists, "The One-Stop Musician's Shoppe" was born.

Market research, untaken early in 2005, has shown that there is a growing number of people of all ages who feel that there is a need for a Performing Arts School located her on the North West Coast. This number is made up of people who would like to gain qualification and pursue a career in the industry and those who would like to learn new skills while, at the same time, having fun. It is out of this need, that "The One-Stop Musician's Shoppe" has been transformed in the Tasmanian Performing Arts Centre.

For the first time in Tasmania, a private Performing Arts Centre has been established to help students develop skills, gain valuable practical experience, and enjoy the benefits of participating in concerts, theatre productions, and workshops.

The TPAC is run by Deb Morcom (ADPA, BPA, BEd), who has over 27 years experience as a performing artist in both music and theatre, including 19 years as a private teacher of saxophone, clarinet, recorder, and music theory. Deb has also spent 8 years as a classroom music teacher, making he an ideal choice as Director of the TPAC.

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