ABOUT AMEB:

The Australian Music Examinations Board (AMEB) emerged in 1918 as a national body with the purpose of providing grade d assessments of the achievements of music students. Later, examinations were also provided for students of speech and drama.

AMEB

Australian Music Examinations Board

BENNELONG AMEB STUDENTS

At Bennelong Music, we offer specialist tuition on all AMEB and AMEB Rockschool instruments.

AMEB enables musicians to take graded examinations for a range of musical instruments, covering classical, popular and contemporary styles and techniques. Upon successful completion of any AMEB exam, candidates will receive a written report and an official certificate recognising their achievement.

What is offered:

- A qualification that is widely recognised and respected.

- The only examination body with formal links to major Australian universities and Ministers for Education.

- The most widely-used assessment system for Music, Speech and Drama in Australia.

- Assessment from the preliminary to diploma level.

Why should I take an AMEB exam?

AMEB exams are recognised as a formal music qualification. Students learning musical instruments benefit from the discipline of preparing for examinations. Students are more motivated to practice by having a specific goal in mind and gain a great sense of achievement upon success.

Although it requires a lot of hard work and self-motivated practice, it is most often a positive experience for both the student and the teacher.

RECENT SUCESS

SESSION 3

NOV-DEC 2019

SAMUEL ATTIA DOUBLE BASS GRADE 1 | A

CONNOR LAU SAXOPHONE GRADE 6 | A+

DANIEL TANG PIANO GRADE 1 | B

AMEB GALLERY