Sekolah Musik Dutanada is a school that provides high-quality music instruction for all ages, from primary school to adults. Our school has been offering ABRSM exam preparation since 2003. We have had success with our program, and we want to share what we do to prepare students for the exam.
In this blog post, we will tell you about how our school prepares students for the ABRSM exam, what it is like taking the exam, and why you should consider coming to our school if you are interested in earning an international certificate.
What is the ABRSM exam?
The ABRSM exam is an internationally recognized music exam that requires students to demonstrate their mastery of a particular instrument or voice. The ABRSM was formed over 100 years ago and offers tests in subjects like piano, violin, cello, and singing.
Many young musicians take the exam to earn the title of “ABRSM-Certified” on their instruments. This certificate shows that a student has earned the title of being academically qualified for professional performance opportunities.
If you would like more information about the exam, please visit their website at www.abrsm.org for more information on what it means to be ABRSM-Certified as well as how you can prepare for the test.
Preparation for the exam
We first take a look at what it means to be preparing for the ABRSM exam. The ABRSM is an internationally recognized British music examination board that offers examinations in piano, violin, cello, flute, clarinet, saxophone, oboe and many other music instruments. As a final step before taking your exam, all students receive training on how to prepare for it with materials provided by the examining board and their syllabus. Our pupils are taught about four different musical periods: Baroque, Classical, Romantic, and Modern. In grade 2, we begin teaching about various musical eras.
We also cover music theory, such as scales, auditory skills, and sight reading. The practical exam, not the performance exam, is used to assess these technical subjects. Etudes, which are aimed to develop a player’s technique or display their expertise, should be taught in every grade to ensure that students have good finger dexterity.
Why should you come to our school?
Our school provides a safe, structured environment where children can learn how to play music. We offer a private and personalized learning experience with a team of dedicated teachers. Students are able to feel comfortable and grow as musicians while acquiring the skills necessary for success on their exams.
In addition, our school has an ABRSM exam preparation program that offers a variety of classes that will help you pass your exam in the most efficient way possible. We can teach student to achieve Diploma ABRSM which is only offered by a few music institutions.
Sekolah Musik Dutanada is a great place for students to learn about music and prepare for the ABRSM exam. If you’re interested in earning your certificate from us, contact us today!
We are accredited by ABRSM
Our school is accredited by ABRSM, which means we are able to provide high-quality music instruction.
The ABRSM accreditation means that students are able to take the exam at our school, but it also means that they will receive a certificate after they pass.
So if you want to learn more about how our school prepares students for the ABRSM exam, or if you are interested in learning more about taking the exam yourself, feel free to reach out!
The school has been teaching music since 2003, so you know it’s worth taking our classes!
The British Royal School of Music, a global leader in music education, accredited our school as an ABRSM examination trainer. We have experience teaching students who want to learn to play musical instruments.
Our school is the perfect place for students who want to learn to play a musical instrument. By preparing students for the ABRSM exam, we are able to provide affordable rates and offer a professional and creative learning environment. And while we also offer other instruments and voice lessons, our school is home to students who have enrolled in their first instrument class or are taking their music theory course.