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Grade 1-5 Aural Training Classes

Grade 1-5 Aural Training Classes

Do you know that Aural Tests are worth 18 marks in your AB Music Exam? - "Practice makes perfect!"

All Students entering for AB Practical exams are encouraged to attend classes in the term of their examination, where the tests for each grade will be explained and demonstrated. Students will be given useful practice and advice on answering the examination questions.

Weekly Aural Training Classes in preparation for Associated Board Exams:


Dungannon Music Centre

Mrs M Batchelor
6.45pm - 7.15pm (Grades 1-3)
7.15pm - 7.45pm (Grades 4-5)
 

  •  May (Summer Term) starting Tuesday 2nd May 2017


Newry Music Centre

Mrs D Finnerty
5.30pm - 6.00pm (Grades 1-3)
6.00pm - 6.30pm (Grades 4-5)
 

  • May (Summer Term) starting Monday 8th May 2017


Portadown Music Centre

Mrs M Batchelor
5.45pm - 6.15pm (Grades 1-3)

6.15pm - 6.45pm (Grades 4-5)

  • May (Summer Term) starting Wednesday 3rd May 2017



Open Aural Classes:
Music Service Students: Free of Charge 
Privately Taught Pupils: £35 per annum £13 per term 

Advanced Open Aural Classes
Music Service Students: Free of Charge
Privately Taught Pupils: Please contact to make arrangements

Dungannon Music Centre: 028 8772 4379
Newry Music Centre: 028 3025 3169
Portadown Music Centre: 028 3833 2371

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