Music Success

At Rostrevor, more than half of our students play a musical instrument.

Our many accomplished musicians across our rock, jazz, big bands and solo artists have won numerous awards at competitions such as Generations in Jazz and other prestigious music events. Driven by highly skilled and specialised music teachers and tutors, the program opens up a world of musical opportunities and careers to our students. Whether your son is seeking classical music training or just wants to have the opportunity to perform on stage or join a band or ensemble, Rostrevor has something for all.

Our experienced team of Peter Waterman, Marnie Tiggemann, and Greg Osman, have a strong track record of producing successful musicians across all genres and instilling a passion and appreciation for music in many hundreds of boys from Year 2 to Year 12.
Peter Waterman
Head of Arts

Marnie Tiggemann

Greg Osman 

State of the Art Music Studio

Rostrevor's 24-channel mixing console and premier rehearsal space is the envy of many schools. Several projects recorded in the suite have been released on Apple Music and Spotify.


Student Snapshots

Jordan Zorzi

Senior Years Student Jordan Zorzi is an incredibly talented pianist, guitarist and bass player who was invited to join the Adelaide Big Band in 2020. In 2019, Jordan received a high commendation from the Australian Music Examination Board as a pianist and was awarded the Piano for Leisure Grade 7 Prize for 2019 after impressing the judges with jazz and popular music.


Archer Newton

2019 Dux and Senior Band member Archer Newton is a shining example of Rostrevor's capacity to support our students at the highest level of academia and music experience. The talented guitarist, percussionist and pianist twice made "Superband" selection at Mount Gambier's Generations in Jazz festival - one of the highest accolades for school-aged musicians.

Archer, who is now studying to be a doctor, was part of Adelaide University's Headstart Program in Year 12, studying Computer Science at university while completing his SACE at Rostrevor.

While in Year 11, Archer undertook Year 12 Mathematical Methods, Solo Performance and Ensemble Performance achieving an A+ for each of those subjects, along with a Merit for his Research Project. In his final year, Archer achieved perfect College grades for Specialist Mathematics, English, Psychology and Physics and attained an ATAR of 99.90.

A CATHOLIC BOYS' DAY AND BOARDING COLLEGE IN THE EDMUND RICE TRADITION RECEPTION TO YEAR 12

Glen Stuart Rd Woodforde Sa 5072 Australia

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