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  • A Midlife Crisis (Singing Teachers)

    Posted by Lydia Hedjazi on October 9, 2017 at 9:23 am

    Hi guys. I’m having a midlife crisis I think.

    As it stands at the moment I don’t offer singing exams as my theory was rubbish. But after doing my music degree and 4 years of teaching and mastering the piano I feel a lot more confident in my self.

    Can anyone explain how I can start teaching rock school syllabus or any others? Do I need to do any further exams to qualify for this? I did up to grade 8 Rock school when I was younger!! Thanks in advance!!

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    October 9, 2017 at 9:28 am

    Anyone can enter anyone else for the main grading systems (I do Trinity, ABRSM and am just prepping someone for Rock School for the first time) so long as you pay the fees the exam board don’t care who you are. I am hugely impressed with Rock Schools resources. They have a great tablet app (KR Player) where you can buy their song books and have the app play the backing track for the songs and do page turns, loop bars, etc which I’m using for my students.

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