We’re delighted to announce that our new Electronic Keyboard & Organ Syllabus 2019-2022 is now available, for exams starting 1 January 2019.
Develop specific skills
Build the specific skills used by keyboardists, including playing with a range of instrument voices in time with accompaniment patterns, and developing an understanding of common scales, modes and chord progressions. Explore the technical possibilities of your instrument, and develop skills that are also relevant for learning piano and Rock & Pop keyboards
Explore varied repertoire
Discover pieces across a variety of styles and genres - including popular classics, show tunes, film themes, jazz, folk and world music - and develop your technique through performing a wide range of music
Benefit from a range of support
Use a syllabus and supporting books created in consultation with electronic keyboard specialists, and access digital support resources specific to your electronic keyboard learning
The Electronic Keyboard & Organ Syllabus 2019-2022:
There is a year’s overlap arrangement in place, so throughout 2019 candidates may offer pieces and technical work requirements from either the 2015-2018 or 2019-2022 syllabus, but not a mixture of both.
Visit our Electronic Keyboard & Organ page for more details and to download the syllabus.
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