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

RECENT SUCESS

2020-2021

2020 - All Sessions

DEREK YANG

 PIANO GRADE 8 |B+

DEREK YANG

 THEORY GRADE 4 |B

MAX CHAPMAN

 MUSICIANSHIP GRADE 4 |B

2021 - Online Video Repertoire Exams

BIAYNA AVETIAN

PIANO GRADE 3 |A

LINCOLN BIRD

TRUMPET GRADE 4 |B+

LEO CHAPMAN

 TRUMPET GRADE 6 |B+

MAX CHAPMAN

 TROMBONE GRADE 6 |B+

ARON STAPLETON

TRUMPET GRADE 4 |B+

AMEB GALLERY

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.