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New Classical Piano Syllabus

Conservatory Canada’s new Classical Piano Syllabus is now in effect, and available for viewing.  We thank you for your patience as we spent the past weeks gathering feedback and proof-reading the documents, which are available on our Classical Piano Syllabus page here, where you will find the following documents: Syllabus files, by Grade, from Grades

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Classical Flute Syllabus

Syllabus listing the requirements for Conservatory Canada flute examinations Grades 1 to 10.

Conservatory Canada examination programs provide a nation-wide system for evaluation and accreditation, through core programs to encourage and assess broadly based musicianship. As well, there are innovative features (such as Mini-Lessons, Recital Assessments, and Teacher Development Assessments) that increase the options for flexibility, educational value, and meaningful and friendly interaction among teacher, student, and examiner.

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Guitar Syllabus

Syllabus listing the requirements for Conservatory Canada guitar examinations Grades 1 to 10.

Conservatory Canada examination programs provide a nation-wide system for evaluation and accreditation, through core programs to encourage and assess broadly based musicianship. As well, there are innovative features (such as Mini-Lessons, Recital Assessments, and Teacher Development Assessments) that increase the options for flexibility, educational value, and meaningful and friendly interaction among teacher, student, and examiner.

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Diploma Syllabus

This syllabus contains requirements for:

  • Associate Diploma (Performer) for Piano, Voice, Pipe Organ, Guitar
  • Associate Diploma (Teacher) for Piano, Voice
  • Licentiate Diploma (Performer) for Piano, Voice, Pipe Organ

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New Piano Pedagogy Exam

  We have changed the format of our Piano Pedagogy exam to comprise a series of research questions based on our new recommended text, “Professional Piano Teaching,” by Jeanine M. Jacobson, published by Alfred. We wanted to create a more meaningful approach, with more guidance offered on what to study and research for our Pedagogy

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