Our new Classical Piano syllabus (2018) features a blend of traditional classical forms with flexibility to choose contemporary repertoire. Skills include sight reading, ear training, technique, keyboard skills (harmonization) and background questions to encourage and broadly assess musicianship. All of our examinations provide a nationwide system for evaluation and accreditation offering high school credit with various provincial ministries of education.
View our news post on the release of the 2018 syllabus here.
In 2021 and 2023 we added many titles to our repertoire lists by Women and BIPOC composers. You can find a news post with more information here, and we have biographical information on these composers posted below.
Below you will find a Rules and Regulations document which includes an Introduction as well as a document outlining our Recital Assessment program.
To view the requirements for our Associate Piano exams, please click here.