Grade 5 Music Theory Foundation Course

Music (General)

Liverpool Cathedral
17th September 2019 18:15 - 19:15

This ten-week foundation course takes the student on a thorough and comprehensive journey through the content of the ABRSM Grade 1-4 music theory courses.

The student will focus their studies on sections from the various grades before tackling a variety of specimen past papers, all the while being assisted by expert supervision and teaching.

The course is best suited for those (of any age) who have not spent a great deal of time studying the theoretical side of music but do have experience of learning an instrument (including voice.) The student will likely see the the need to sit their Grade 5 theory course in the not too distant future.

The Foundation Course is seen as a pre-cursor to the Booster Course, should the student be seeking to work towards sitting the Grade 5 theory exam. The course is one of many run by the Liverpool Cathedral School of Music. It is led by musicianship expert, Stuart Keen. Learning materials (Grade 5 theory book and past papers) are included in the price.

Liverpool Cathedral School of Music is an 'applicant' with the ABRSM and as such can enter students for theory and practical examinations.

*Liverpool Cathedral School of Music teaching staff are not responsible for a theory student not passing the written exam. Refunds will not be given should this happen.

 

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FAQs

 

What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

Parking in the cathedral car park is free whilst here for the theory course.

 

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Contact Dr Chris Newton at christopher.newton@liverpoolcathedral.org.uk

 

What's the refund policy?

Students wishing to cancel their subscription to the course may be given a refund as long as a minimum of one week's notice is given prior to the course start date. Refunds will not be given after this time. Refunds will not be issued in the event of a student subsequently failing the written exam.