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Year 4 Student Achieves Distinction in Royal Schools of Music Piano Exam

Tara demonstrating an extremely strong sense of dedication and concentration with her piano playing

  • Tara (4CJ) Royal Schools of Music Piano Exam 2017
  • Tara (4CJ) Royal Schools of Music Piano Exam 2017
  • Tara (4CJ) Royal Schools of Music Piano Exam 2017
  • Tara (4CJ) Royal Schools of Music Piano Exam 2017
  • Tara (4CJ) Royal Schools of Music Piano Exam 2017

Tara (4CJ) took part in the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM) in April and has passed her Exam Grade One for Piano with distinction. 

Her three exam pieces were: 

  • Arietta (Muzio Clementi, 1752-1832)
  • Lovet Faller (Knut Nystedt, born 1915) 
  • The Giant’s Coming (Stephen Clarke, born 1964)

Tara has made amazing progress in her lessons and has demonstrated an extremely strong sense of dedication and concentration with her piano playing.

The ABRSM – an examinations board and registered charity based in London – provides examinations in music at centres around the world. More than 650,000 candidates take ABRSM exams each year in over 93 countries with only a select few achieving a mark of distinction.

Congratulations Tara! 

Kind regards, 

Dr Natalie CP Wang
Resident piano/music theory teacher