Awards & Scholarships

Conservatory Canada Awards

Provincial Medals for Excellence in Grades 1-10

  • Medals are awarded in each grade for each province
  • Medals are awarded to the candidate receiving the highest mark (minimum of 85%) for the academic year
  • Medals are awarded in each practical instrument area as well as for the theory and history
  • Candidates taking partial practical examinations are not eligible

The Associate (ACCM) Medal for Excellence

A Medal for Excellence will be awarded in each academic year to the candidate for the Associate (Performer) and Associate (Teacher) diplomas who receives the highest average mark of all required practical and co-requisite subjects for the respective instrument or voice.

To be eligible a candidate must:

  • have a minimum of 80% and a minimum of 70% in their written co-requisites
  • complete the practical examination in one sitting

Conservatory Canada Scholarships

  • Conservatory Canada Scholarships are awarded based on examination results
  • Candidates taking partial examinations are not eligible
  • Scholarships are not dependent upon candidates having completed all theory and history requirements
  • All endowed scholarships invested with London Community Foundation or the University of Alberta

Study Scholarships (for students)

Each year Conservatory Canada offers a Master Class Weekend to senior pianists and vocalists (alternating annually) who achieve a high standing in our examinations.  Ten of the best students are invited to come to London, to take part in two days of private lessons, master classes and recording sessions with an internationally renowned clinician. The weekend culminates with a performance during the Conservatory Canada Convocation ceremony.

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