Grade 3 theory course

A foundation course, aimed at grade 3+ music readers.

Harmonia Music is delighted to announce a brand new Grade 3 theory course!

The aim:
To cover grade 1- 3 ABRSM theory in one course. 
By the end of the course follow-up materials, participants should be ready to take the online grade 3 exam, if they wish. 

To take part:
You must be a grade 3 music reader (i.e. already playing grade 3 pieces confidently) or above.
By this stage you shoudl be reading music quite fluently and be familiar with how staff notation looks.
You do NOT have to have done any written music theory before. 
Age 8+  

The course format:
4 x 75 minute zoom classes (as this is a new course, the sessions may end up being slightly shorter,
but will not be longer than 75 minutes). 
Quizlet class for each course providing online self-marking quizzes on each topic between sessions and after the course. 
Marking of 4 example papers by email (send pics or scans of completed papers in PDF format - instructions given!)

Resources:
Grade 3 workbook (written by me, explaining how to tackle each topic in the exam)
4 Practice Papers (published by ABRSM)
Parental guidance sheet.
Quizlet quizzes on all topics (free access to a private class for each course)
All printed resources will be sent out by post. 

Fees:
£140 including all resources, follow-up marking, plus membership of the Quizlet class. 

To express your interest, please fill in THIS FORM.

Dates for the first course will be set once there are four or more people who have expressed an interest,
but hopefully will take place during the summer holidays to suit everyone who is interested.
Minimum of 4 people, maximum of 8 per course. 


Please note that work has already started on the grade 5 upgrade course for those who have completed this course and wish to go on to take Grade 5 Theory. 

Exam entry is not included in the course fee, and should be done by parents.
From August 2021 you will be able to enter and complete the exam online on any day, at any time.
More information is available on the ABRSM website