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Piano Performance: Interpretations of AMEB Exams

- Preliminary to Grade 2

Performance session presented by Cindra Fang

Purpose:

  • Observe live performance demonstrations.

  • Enhance piano performance skills understanding (legato, crescendo, piano, forte, and general musicianship).

  • A practical practice session before your actual AMEB examination.

  • Suitable for students preparing for AMEB Preliminary to Grade 2 examinations.

Things to prepare:

  • Choose one piece from each list, prepare to play it from start to finish. You may be asked to perform one or all three pieces.

  • Your AMEB Repertoire Book

  • Pencil and eraser

  • Water bottle

Date | Time | Venue

Sunday, 6 March 2022

2.00pm - 3.00pm

Music Creators Underwood 
(2770 Logan Rd Underwood QLD 4119)

 

Fee

$25 - Non Music Creators Students

$10 - Music Creators Students
Free - Music Creators Senior Teachers' students
(Registrations required for all students)

 

Registration Closes: 2 March 2022

Piano Performance:
Interpretations of AMEB Exams

- Preliminary to Grade 2

Enjoy piano performances and gain valuable insight into AMEB Piano Exams

Considered one of the most effective means of musical development, Piano Performance Interpretations for AMEB Exams sessions are generally catered to groups of students preparing for their AMEB examinations, the March session focuses on AMEB Preliminary Grade to Grade 2 examinations.

Selections of pieces from each list (List A, B, C) in each grade will be performed by Ms Cindra, students may be required to perform one to two pieces. Ms Cindra will then provide constructive comments on the performers' interpretations, thereby creating priceless learning opportunities for both performer and observer. Students will receive individualised and pertinent advice towards refining their artistry, while the audience is able to learn vicariously and experience how a master’s guidance improves their performance.

Ms Cindra (New)
Our Master Performer

Cindra Fang

Cindra Fang completed her Master of Music at the National Taipei University of Education in 2014. During her studies at the NTUE, Cindra studies in instrumental performances, music appreciations, piano literature, jazz and improvisation, choral conducting, music arrangement and composition, coaching and management of ensemble and orchestra.