Friday, October 2, 2015

Peter is off overseas for a 6 week holiday, visiting Europe and the UK. Not taking his guitar this time! Just a meeting with a publisher of children's music in London but otherwise catching up with friends and family. Peter loves to visit London - he and his family lived there in the late 70s and it was at this time that he recorded "Music Time" - an educational music program for primary school aged children - for BBC TV. In England he's meeting up again with the other Music Time presenter, Kathryn Harries. Kathryn went on to become a renowned opera singer. Also meeting up with one of his favourite songwriters, Johnny Coppin. Johnny specialises in writing music for the poems of famous Cotswold poets. Peter sang Johnny's song "A Song of Gloucestershire" with his 4 children at a recent big family reunion party

Saturday, September 19, 2015

Melbourne Fringe - Fringe Hub, Main Theatre, Lithuanian Club - 9.30pm

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Friday, September 11, 2015

Enjoying sharing music with children in country schools, south eastern Australia. Mr Clicketty Cane (nicknamed Wash Your Face in Orange Juice) still the favourite with primary schools children.


Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Just started the Great Ocean Road trip from Adelaide to Melbourne. Visiting schools on this tour.  Today I was in Millicent, a lovely town in the south east of South Australia. I like singing in schools as the kids are focussed with no distractions. The environment is structured so the music has the maximum impact. Kids are very engaged and receptive. Singing is a really important part of the education process. Singing makes us happy.

Saturday, August 22, 2015

On Wed Sept 9th I'll be setting off on a concert tour which takes in Millicent, Mt Gambier in SA and then along the Great Ocean Road to Portland, Warrnambool, Grovedale, Ocean Grove and Delahey - all in-house school shows, and then... 3 concerts at the Melbourne Fringe! BIG KIDS NIGHT OUT!! with the fast and furious Bellyflop in a Pizza band at the Fringe Hub - Main Theatre, Lithuanian Club on Sat night Sept 19 and then 2 school holiday matinees at the gorgeous Darebin Arts Centre on Sept 20 and 21 with the fantastic kids from Theatre Bugs. xPeter…/view/b9f69560-87c4-42c0...…/wash-kids-orange-juice

Peter Combe's photo.
Friday, August 14, 2015

Announcing Peter will be appearing in the Melbourne Fringe at the Big Kids Night Out Sept 19th. For big kids who have grown up loving Peter's childrens music. Relive childhood days and singalong to all your favourite songs about food, fairytales, animals and nonsense.

Friday, August 7, 2015

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Saturday, July 25, 2015

After 2 sell out matinee concerts in Perth last weekend, Peter is following his music educator's passion with a series of concerts in schools. Every child deserves the right to a music education. Music enhances the quality of life. And the basis of music education is singing - through the voice we learn creativity, and the structure of a musical piece. We start with imitation - hence many of Peter's echo songs (eg Wash Your Face in Orange Juice"), and also the repeated listening of beautifully played pieces by Suzuki students.
Next tour is through country South Australian and Victorian schools along the Great Ocean Road route to Melbourne, where he appears in the Melbourne Fringe Festival. Check out SHOWS on this website 
for details.

Monday, July 20, 2015

Check here for the latest video clip added to Peter's YouTube Channel.
Learn to tell the time in this loud and rocky children's song. 

Thursday, July 16, 2015

Starts Friday with "Wash Your Kids in Orange Juice" a matinee for children at the Subiaco Arts Centre, assisted by kids from the WA Performance School. On Saturday night July 18th at MOJOS is "Big Kids Nights Out" with the Bellyflop in a Pizza Band. Followed on Sunday by another "Wash Your Kids in Orange Juice" show at Koorliny Arts Centre, Kwinana. See under SHOWS for details. Then Peter embarks on a tour of schools. Peter enjoys performing to children in their schools because the children are up close and packed together and he can create an intimate rapport with them. He specialises in capturing and maintaining their attention throughout a 50 minute performance with his fast paced interactive show. He elevates childrens music to an art form worthy of inclusion in the school curriculum.