Speech & Performance Theory grade 1 to 7 exams are no longer available as face-to-face exams. From 2022 it is possible to sit these exams online, at the time and location of your choosing. Information about how to enrol for online exams.
2022 will be the last year that Theory of Music grades 1 to 6 will be available as face-to-face exams, however they will continue to be available as online exams.
The 2019 syllabus for Trumpet is no longer examinable. Only the syllabus as per the 2022 Manual of Syllabuses is available for examination.
The 2018 syllabus for Piano is no longer examinable. Only the syllabus as per the 2022 Manual of Syllabuses is available for examination.
Revised syllabuses for Trombone, Bass Trombone and Euphonium are available for examination in 2022.
New publications will be available from late January 2022 to use in conjunction with the recently released Trombone & Euphonium Technical Work & Orchestral Excerpts:
A revised Piano for Leisure syllabus is available for examination from 2022.
The Technical Work requirements have been reviewed. From 2022, Piano for Leisure Technical Work will be a sub-set of the Technical Work that appears in Piano Technical Work Level 1 (2018) and Piano Technical Work Level 2 (2018), currently being used for the Piano Comprehensive syllabus.
These publications can be purchased online through AMEB Connect.
AMEB (NSW) required all videos to be uploaded to YouTube with an Unlisted privacy setting to protect the candidate’s privacy. Child welfare and online safety has always been a priority of AMEB (NSW) so we will always evolve our processes to support child online protection policies.
In recent weeks YouTube has changed the enforcement of their Child safety policy to disallow presentation of photo ID on all videos uploaded to the YouTube site, and this includes any Unlisted videos.
New set works will be introduced from 2020 for: