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Welcome to ANZCA Music Examinations

Drive for innovation is at the heart of our examination system – as is our commitment to aid and encourage the ongoing development of music, its students and its teachers. A non-profit examining body of the performing arts, we use innovative thinking to make the entire examination process more exciting and rewarding for students and teachers.

WHAT’S NEW @ ANZCA

I Play Ukulele 2 Videos

Thursday, July 04, 2019

Videos of the pieces from I Play Ukulele Book 2 are now on ANZCA's YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/user/ANZCALimited). Co-author and composer John Murray performs the pieces in close-up and with multiple parts in split screens, making these videos a fantastic tool for learning each song and developing your technique. ..

Music Theory – Pathway to Grade Five

Thursday, June 13, 2019

Our latest theory tutor book, Pathway to Grade Five by Robert Keane, is now available from our online store (http://www.anzca.com.au/Publications/Theory/music-theory-pathway-to-grade-five) or through your country's Representative (/contact_us). Maintaining the comprehensive yet accessible style of the Grade Four volume, this book covers all aspects of the Grade Five theory syllabus, including two-part writing, melodic decoration and more, and tests your knowledge with four complete practice  ..

Modern Bass – Grade Three

Tuesday, June 11, 2019

We are delighted to announce that the third book in ANZCA’s Modern Bass series is now available: Modern Bass – Grade Three by performer, educator and examiner Darryl Barron. As in the previous books in the series, Grade Three covers a wide range of contemporary styles and modern bass techniques, including slap/pop and the use of harmonics. General Knowledge and Performance Notes are included for each solo, and a comprehensive Glossary explains the signs, terms and styles used ..

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Exam Closing Dates 2019

2019 exam entries close on the following dates:

• Series 1 – Practical and Written  11th March
• Series 2 – Practical only  27th May
• Series 3 – Practical and Written  29th July

For more information, see the 2019 Examination Handbook and Information, available in PDF format through the Region buttons above or in print from the ANZCA office and national Representatives.

• Series 1 – Practical and Written  13th March










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Since 1982, ANZCA Music Examinations has been renowned for its innovative, flexible and exciting music examination system. Throughout Australia, New Zealand and South-East Asia, ANZCA offers creative exam syllabuses to appeal to all contemporary musicians.

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