Choose from our largest repertoire lists to date, which include 35 pieces per grade, a range of international composers and a selection of popular pieces from the 2018-2020 syllabus.
There are now a minimum of 12 pieces in your graded exam book, with 21 pieces in the Extended Edition – nine in an additional ebook. Both editions include detailed performance notes, while the Extended Edition also includes scales, arpeggios and downloadable audio.
Young Composers’ Competition
Aspiring composers can take inspiration from the inclusion of one new piece per grade written by the winners of our Young Composers’ Competition.
Personalise your exam – you can choose to perform your own, original composition, a duet at Initial to Grade 3 and a selection of supporting tests.
A range of free, online support resources, produced with professional musicians and educators, help develop your performance skills and musical knowledge.
We are incredibly excited to announce that we will release a comprehensive suite of digital submission-based qualifications in autumn 2020. These regulated assessments will be available for all instruments in our music portfolio, across genres, and will utilise exactly the same repertoire found in our grade books and repertoire lists. More detailed information on Classical, Jazz and Rock & Pop submission qualifications will be available on our website and social media channels shortly.
Full details (including our procedures, syllabus requirements, what to expect, and what to bring with you) can be found in our Information & Regulations.Information & Regulations
For further information about Trinity piano qualifications for Yamaha piano course students in Asia please see here.
Trinity has a one-year overlap between syllabuses during which time candidates may offer pieces and technical work from either the 2018-2020 or 2021-2023 syllabus, but not a mixture of both. Please note that although selected pieces from the 2018–2020 syllabus have been retained as repertoire options, candidates using the 2021–2023 syllabus must prepare the exercises listed in the 2021–2023 syllabus.