The New AMEB Series 18 Piano Syllabus – Frequently Asked Questions
by Tim Topham
AMEB Series 18 Piano Syllabus The AMEB – Australian Music Examinations Board – has released its brand new Series 18. For Australian piano teachers, this is very exciting! I have noticed a lot of questions coming in, especially if the new AMEB Series 18 Piano syllabus has anything to do with the Piano for Leisure ... The New AMEB Series 18 Piano Syllabus – Frequently Asked Questions
About PFL Series 4 Piano for Leisure Series 4, which is only available in Australia, is designed to inspire and motivate students and teachers through well-chosen, sequenced repertoire and creative teaching recommendations and ideas. Here’s what you’ll get in these books: A series of 9 graded examination repertoire books 12 inspiring pieces in each book ... AMEB PIANO FOR LEISURE SERIES 4
The Ultimate Guide to Piano Exam Syllabuses: Which One Is Best for Your Students?
by Sean Wales
Piano Exam Syllabuses There is an abundance of piano exam syllabuses out there. It can be confusing and overwhelming when choosing which exam your students should sit. The language is hard to understand and it’s difficult to get your head around all of the various requirements, especially when you have multiple students sitting different exams. ... The Ultimate Guide to Piano Exam Syllabuses: Which One Is Best for Your Students?
Behind the Piano Examiner’s Desk: What Is It Really Like?
by Dr Mark McGee
Welcome to our second guest post this month by an AMEB piano examiner. The first article explained everything you need to know about a Rockschool piano exam- click here to read that post. Today, we are very privileged to have Dr Mark McGee presenting his thoughts on being a piano examiner. Mark is Assistant Director ... Behind the Piano Examiner’s Desk: What Is It Really Like?
This month, to help piano teachers with their understanding of piano exams, I have two fantastic guest posts from experienced AMEB examiners. Today’s post is all about a creative new piano syllabus. Rockschool is a syllabus run in the United Kingdom and they have teamed up with AMEB to bring it here. It is all ... How do Rockschool Piano Exams Work?
TTTV044: Studying for an AMEB Teaching Diploma with Tess Hill
by Tim Topham
Looking for this month’s free download? Scroll down and get instant access to Tess’ updated Resource File with quick links to everything you need. The best teachers are lifelong learners, always questioning the way they do things and trying to better themselves. When we continue to learn, we stay passionate about our teaching and have ... TTTV044: Studying for an AMEB Teaching Diploma with Tess Hill
If you’re a teacher or student living in Australia, you will no doubt be aware that the AMusA (Associate of Music Australia) is considered one of the benchmark qualifications for performers and teachers in this country and is a qualification to which most advanced classical students rightly aspire. It is a Diploma-level music exam equivalent to ... How to pass an AMusA Diploma exam
Making the most of the AMEB Manual List | The Piano Teacher Magazine
by Tim Topham
How should I use the Manual List? While the Australian Music Examinations Board (AMEB) releases music books for each grade level whenever they update their exam syllabuses, there is a wealth of other great pieces listed permanently in the syllabus under the “Manual List”. Remember that the exam books for each grade only feature around three ... Making the most of the AMEB Manual List | The Piano Teacher Magazine
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