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AMEB is pleased to support music education by providing 10 teachers from across Australia the opportunity to attend the Piano Pivot Live Conference in Melbourne. Enter by completing the form below before October 19th for your chance to attend the first ever Piano Pivot Live in January 2020!

 

CLICK HERE TO ENTER

 

10 two-day passes (valued at $429 each) are available in total. 5 will be offered to residents of Metropolitan Melbourne and 5 will be offered to residents from anywhere else in Australia. Your postcode is required to be eligible plus we’d like to hear a few words on why attending Piano Pivot will enhance your teaching. Please note that you will need to make your own way to the conference - travel is not included.

 

Conference dates: 23-24 January 2020
VENUE: Rydges Hotel, 186 Exhibition Street, Melbourne, VIC 3000
Questions? Contact AMEB 1300 725 709 or online@ameb.edu.au
Find out more about Piano Pivot Live here https://pianopivotlive.com/

 

Full competition terms and conditions are available here. 

That’s right – we’ve extended the deadline for entries so if you were thinking about entering this year now is your chance! Your conductor Jessica Gethin can’t wait to ‘virtually’ conduct you in the orchestra so join in the fun today. 

Calling all composers for Violin

 

AMEB is about to review the Violin syllabus and will be reviewing repertoire through the remainder of 2019.

AMEB is committed to increased the amount of quality Australian compositions in our publications and syllabuses. If you are a composer with a work that you would like to be considered for the grade books or Manual Lists please send us a copy of your work.

 

Please note the following:

- If you have submitted a work to us in the last two years it will be in our library and the violin consultants will review it.

- If your work is already in the Australian Music Centre (AMC) library our consultants will review it as part of their research.

- Compositions for Manual Lists can only be considered if the work is publicly available (ie in print form, in a reputable library like the AMC or on a reliable online shop that will continue to have the work available through the life of the syllabus).

- Works to be included in grade books do not need to be publicly available and their use will be negotiated with the copyright owner (ie either the composer or their publisher).

 

Please send a copy of the music along with your contact details and any relevant copyright information to:


AMEB Federal Office

Level 8, 21 Victoria Street

Melbourne VIC 3000

Telephone 1300 725 709

online@ameb.edu.au

 

Materials received for a syllabus not currently under review will be stored in our music library until such time as the relevant syllabus is being reviewed. Handwritten scores are accepted. 

 

There is just two weeks left to submit your AMEB Online Orchestra entry. Orchestra conductor and ambassador, Jessica Gethin takes time out from rehearsals to let you know the closing date is soon!

 

There is just less than a month left to submit your AMEB Online Orchestra entry. Orchestra conductor and ambassador, Jessica Gethin and her kids show you just how easy it is to enter Australia’s largest virtual orchestra.

 

Congratulations to our friends and printers, Valiant Press, printers of all our Grade books and Hand books, on their bronze medal win at the Victorian Print Industry Awards earlier this month. 

Announcing AMEB Theory of Music 

Integrated course and workbook

AMEB’s new Theory of Music integrated course and workbook series represents the only official Theory of Music publications aimed at preparing students specifically for AMEB Theory of Music examinations. Written and published by AMEB’s music theory team, the publications include brand new content covering all aspects of the syllabus. Available for AMEB Theory of Music Grade 1, 2 and 3.


Available for pre-order now from AMEB Online. These publications will be available for sale or can be ordered from music shops and print music retailers from July 2019.

The AMEB has signed a memoradum of understanding to export AMEB Syllabuses and exams to Vietnam. 

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Repertoire Exams

3 December 2018

A new Repertoire examination will be offered alongside the traditional comprehensive AMEB examinations which will be familiar to most students and teachers. It will be available from 2019 for most syllabuses from Preliminary through to Grade 8. 

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AMEB in Vietnam

30 November 2018

In an exciting move for the Australian Music Examinations Board, an historic and significant Memorandum of Understanding will be signed with the prestigious Vietnam National Academy of Music (VNAM) in Hanoi.

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