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Latest exam updates
Online Music Theory exam date – 12 December 2020
Our first online Music Theory exams for Grades 1 to 5 in Singapore will take place on 12 December 2020.The booking period for these exams is 26 October to 9 November. Find out more about online Music Theory.
Remotely-assessed Performance Grade and ARSM exams
We will share exam dates and booking periods for our remotely-assessed Performance Grades soon.
Singapore office closure
On government advice, we will still continue to work from home into Phase 3. We will therefore be unable to answer telephone calls during this time.
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In 2020, World Teachers’ Day will celebrate teachers with the theme ’Teachers: Leading in crisis, reimagining the future’.
ABRSM's Chief Examiner, John Holmes, encourages us to take advantage of any opportunity to practise, no matter how little time we have.
Tuned percussion repertoire has enjoyed huge expansion and development over the last 20 to 25 years.
You don’t need lots of fancy equipment to develop your sense of rhythm. Tees Valley Music Service and Phil McPharlane (or Mr Drum as he’s affectionately known) has produced several tutorial-style videos to teach newcomers bucket drumming.
If you’re taking your Grade 6, 7 or 8 Percussion exam, then there’s some excellent repertoire available, covering some well-known percussion classics alongside some brilliant new compositions.
In this short film, teacher and ABRSM examiner Louise Matthew talks about why it’s important to internalise music when you’re learning a piece.
ABRSM are delighted to be supporting NYJO’s Virtual Academy as part of our ongoing partnership. To date, this has seen us working together on a wide range of projects exploring jazz, improvisation, creative composition and communication.
Singing teacher and ABRSM Examiner Heidi Pegler shares her tips on building confidence for teachers.
ISM member and music teacher (harp, piano and whistle) Pippa Reid-Foster sets out her steps for transitioning to online teaching so you can use her experience as your starting point.
Many musicians have been taking advantage of online technology to carry on earning a living through their musical activities during the COVID-19 pandemic
ISM member, classical guitarist and teacher Craig Ogden shares his experiences of moving to performing and teaching online since COVID-19 hit the UK.
The Drake Music Think22 team have been working hard on creating a free guide to using iPads as instruments for creative music-making.
Most pupils equate slow with boring. But if we can help those pupils to enjoy a bit more active engagement with their practice, we can begin to change this age-old attitude.