Carnegie Hall Royal Conservatory - The Achievement Program
I am happy to offer the Carnegie Hall Royal Conservatory Achievement Program (The Achievement Program). Through The Achievement Program, I can offer students a standardized course of study and measurement of musical success.
A national standard provides:
- Provides a clear, consistent, and meaningful structure for recognizing achievement and rewarding excellence
- Values and promotes the importance of music study across the country and empowers teachers and students at all levels to celebrate excellence
- Ensures the equality of all students, no matter where they are located
- Maintains the integrity of assessment through the constant review of adjudicators, processes, and materials
- Enhances the competitive edge and awareness of performance standards on the national level
- It's an organized system covering all essential sides for good playing (ear training, technical skills, music theory, harmony, analysis of music forms)
How it works
- The student must register at The Achievement Program site. You will need to add my name (Tanya Otto) as the instructor.
- You can start at any level/grade which is suitable for you. I will help determine the level/grade you will start at.
- For each passing exam the student will receive a certificate for that level. After all 10 levels there are 3 levels of piano pedagogy (elementary, intermediate and advanced). By passing all 10 levels and 3 piano pedagogy levels you can receive your diploma in piano performance and/or piano pedagogy applying to the European professional music education.
- Each level comprises 1 exam (early Winter or late Spring session). Students can achieve up to 2 levels per year by taking both Winter and Spring sessions. For each level they offer a set of books covering the final exam. You will go through all the material with the instructor to prepare for the exam.
- When you register you can get a convenient location and schedule of your exam.
For more information, please visit Carnegie Hall Royal Conservatory Achievement Program.