Keyboard Academy Term 2 (10 Apr - 24 Sep 2023)
Register before 26 Mar 23, Sunday
ONE COMMONWEALTH (OC)
Dear coach, I’m not exactly sure where to begin.
It seems like yesterday, I was having my first piano lesson. You’ve taught me many things. You have shown me that not only is music/piano a skill, but it is also a way of expression and a way of life. I will continue to use all the life lessons you have taught me every day of my life.
Thank you for all your patience, support, and encouragement over the years.
I would also like to thank my wonderful classmate for her understanding and encouragement in class. She is an amazing role model whom I am sure will be able to score distinction in her grade 5 exam this year. Yes, you can do it.
Phua Anna Phua
Who should sign up for this module? Am I eligible to signup?
You are eligible for this module if you have:
i) Completed Initial
ii) Has attained Pre-Grade classical training in ABRSM
*Should you have prior playing experience, use the Online Course Allocator to identify the module most suitable for you.
NOTE: Should Believer Music Coaches find any student mismatched in any particular module, we reserve the right to transfer the student to another class after the first session to optimize the learning experience.
Is there an age limit?
We accept registrations from ages 10 to 50+. We will channel students to classes of compatible age groups whenever possible.
What will be covered during the 22 weeks?
For this level, our main objective is to enhance your note reading ability. More contemporary chord playing methodology will be covered together with training of Aural & Sight-Reading Skills.
Is this examinable?
This is a leisure course. However, certifications by Trinity Guildhall (electronic keyboard) are obtainable after completing Stage 2. Please refer to Stage 2 FAQ for more information.
Why a Trinity Electronic Keyboard Exam?
Trinity College London Electronic Keyboard exams have been designed to develop creative, confident and skilled musicians through:
-Choice and flexibility in the structure of the exam so candidates can express their individuality.
-A range of exciting repertoire, specially composed or arranged for each exam.
-Options to include elements of improvisation or own interpretation.
-Exercises designed to develop important skills and techniques for the modern electronic keyboard player.