Electronic Keyboard & Organ
Our Electronic Keyboard & Organ syllabus offers the choice and flexibility to allow candidates to play to their strengths, enabling them to gain recognition for their own unique skills as performers.
Specifications for aural tests and improvisation tests are changing for all instruments. The changes apply to all exams taken from 1 January 2017 onwards.
See the supporting tests page for new test specifications and information about sample materials.
Please note that there is no overlap for supporting tests, and the previous aural tests and improvisation tests can therefore no longer be used.
Electronic Keyboard & Organ syllabus
The Electronic Keyboard & Organ syllabus for 2015-2018 includes all new repertoire from Initial to Grade 5. These new pieces include all-new arrangements and original compositions, and are published along with new exercises in a new set of Electronic Keyboard Pieces & Exercises books (Initial to Grade 5).
- Download the 2015-2018 Electronic Keyboard & Organ syllabus (Initial-Grade 8)
- Additional regulatory information is contained in the syllabus supplement
You should read the syllabus requirements carefully before your exam. If you do not meet all the relevant requirements, the examiner may refer your exam result to Trinity’s London office for review and marks may be deducted.
A series of graded Electronic Keyboard repertoire books for Initial to Grade 5 is available now and contain new repertoire and exercises. CDs containing tracks of the pieces and exercises in the books are also available - visit the online Trinity storeKeyed Up is a series of tutor books specifically written to prepare pupils for the Trinity exams, and a number of the pieces in these books are featured in the alternative lists on the 2015-18 syllabus. Further details can be found at www.nancylitten.com/keyboard.
A range of support resources is available on our online learning platform.
Full details of entry procedures and exam regulations can be found in our Information & Regulations booklet.
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