Music notes

AMEB Musicianship

The Centre for Youth and Community Music conducts a comprehensive program of music theory education, which gives students a formal introduction to musical concepts and practices. Our goal is to guide our students through the Muscianship program and help them improve their practical ability through aural and theoretical understanding.

This program is suitable and recommended for children who are 8 years and older and/or undertaking practical exams at Grade 3 or higher.

Classes can lead to exams for preliminary Grades 1 and Grade 2/3 Australian Music Examinations Board (AMEB). Classes for higher grades can be made available by negotiation.

Attending these classes is essential for all students. Good musicians have excellent Musicianship skills. The cost is included in your Individual/Ensemble fee, so don't miss the opportunity to learn Music Theory and Musicianship

First Level (AMEB Preliminary to grade 3)

Monday 3:00pm to 3:45pm  - Orange 6.2.07
Saturday 10am to 10:45am - Orange 6.2.08 (new students only)
Saturday 11am to 11:45am - Orange 6.2.08 (existing students from 2017)

Second Level (AMEB Grade 4 to Grade 6)

Monday 4:00pm to 4:45pm - Orange 6.2.07

Third level (AMEB)

Thursday 3:00pm to 3:45pm  - Orange 6.2.07
For more information contact Digby Barrow - 8946 6586, E: digby.barrow@cdu.edu.au

Summary

Age Range

8 years and older

Standard

Practical AMEB Grade 3 or higher

Goals