For classical music training, we follow The Royal Conservatory of Music curriculum and certification exams (RCM). Founded in 1886, The Royal Conservatory is the largest and oldest independent arts educator in Canada, serving more than 500,000 active participants each year. It offers extraordinary opportunities for learning and personal development through music and the arts in all Canadian provinces and increasingly in a number of international settings. Visit The Royal Conservatory website for further information on RCM.
Students can pursue classical genre in piano, guitar, voice, violin, wind and brass instruments at Chorus. Classical training is a great way for students to learn the language of music and develop technique, playing ability, musicianship, classical repertoire, and performance skill. As students’ progress through the levels, they attend examinations by registering directly with RCM. Visit the examinations page on RCM website to schedule an exam or review examination dates.
In many school systems across Canada, achievement in Royal Conservatory Examinations is recognized for credits toward secondary school graduation. Achievement in the Certificate Program of Royal Conservatory Examinations is also considered an important element in entrance requirements for many music programs at secondary schools, colleges and universities across North America. Each Ministry of Education determines accreditation eligibility for their province. Students should consult with their private music teacher or school guidance counsellor for more details as the policies are subject to change. For details visit https://www.rcmusic.com/learning/examinations/recognition-accomplishment/high-school-credits-canada
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