Music, Thoughts

Learning In Isolation: The Piano Class Exam

Hello again everyone!

Today I will talk to you about my piano exam.

My piano exam was on August 24 and it happened at 3:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time.

When it started at 3:00 Eastern Daylight Time, we did the call on zoom.us and it lasted for about 10 minutes. It was really, really short. Shorter than my first two exams!

I first played my Repertoire. Repertoire is basically a list or supply of dramas, operas, pieces, or parts that a company or person is prepared to perform. (Definition from Merriam Webster Dictionary.) I played them perfectly. Next were the Etudes. An etude is a piece of music for the practice of a point of technique. (Definition from Merriam Webster Dictionary.) I played my etude perfectly too. Next came the technique. Technique is different exercises for your fingers.

There were 5 Technique for my exam. Here is the order:

  1. Melodic and Harmonic
  2. Major
  3. Chromatic
  4. Formula Pattern
  5. Triad

I am guessing that the reason my exam is so short is because I knew all my pieces and I had an amazing examiner.

A couple of weeks later, we received my exam result and I’m so happy to tell you all that I passed with First Honours. My piano teacher, Coach Alvaro was ecstatic as well.

My RCME Results!

Well, this is the end of the story.

And if you have a child/ren or you yourself wants to learn Piano or any other instrument or want to learn how to sing, my music school Toronto Arts Academy has amazingly wonderful and professionally trained music teachers. Give them a call and tell them Celeste sent you. 🙂

Bye!

🙂 😀

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