New Piano for Leisure Technical Work

The Technical Work requirements for Piano for Leisure have been reviewed in order that they better align with the current Piano (2019) syllabus. From 2022, Piano for Leisure Technical Work will be a sub-set of the technical work that appears in Piano Technical work Level 1 (2018) and Piano Technical work Level 2 (2018). Users of the Piano for Leisure syllabus will need to refer to the 2022 Piano for Leisure syllabus for further details (available in digital PDF format from AMEB Connect or in the 2022 Manual of Syllabuses which is available in hard copy or digital formats).

After consulting with leading studio teachers, AMEB examiners and pedagogues a subset from the current Piano Technical work was identified specifically for use with the new Piano for Leisure syllabus.

The Technical Work requirements for the new Piano for Leisure syllabus are detailed in the 2022 Manual of Syllabuses which is available to purchase via our online service centre, AMEB Connect. Click here to log on to AMEB Connect.

AMEB Connect prices are discounted for AMEB Victoria clients and any profits are used to assist AMEB candidates and teachers, through lower exam prices and student/teacher support programs.

Alternative syllabuses in 2022 and 2023

The revised Piano for Leisure syllabus will be examined concurrently with the version of the Piano for Leisure syllabus that last appeared in the 2021 Manual of syllabuses for two years after the release of the revised syllabus. From the start of 2024 the previous Piano for Leisure syllabus will no longer be available for examination.

Piano for Leisure workshop

An online workshop to explore our new Piano for Leisure syllabus was held on 13 February 2022.

Accomplished pianist, syllabus consultant and AMEB examiner, Stuart Storer, guided participants through the new Piano for Leisure Technical Work.

Click here to watch the workshop on YouTube.

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