Junior Music Course IV 7-8 Years


The Junior Music Course is a unique six-year program beginning at the age of 7-8 years old. This program consists of weekly group lessons designed to give your child the best possible beginning for the development of basic well-rounded music skills.

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Extension Course: (JMC3, JMC4)

Graduates of the Primary Course advance to the two-year Junior Extension Course. In this course, the musicianship skills acquired in the Primary Course are now refined in further detail, with increased emphasis placed on keyboard performance, harmony, sight singing, sight playing, ensemble performance, arranging and creativity.

Lesson Format: Group Lessons, 60 minutes weekly (37 lessons) + 1 Year-End Concert

Maximum Class Size: 14

Achievement Level: Year 2: complete Fundamental Skill Survey (FSS)
Year 3: complete Yamaha Grade 10 Exam
Year 4: complete Yamaha Grade 9 Exam

Parent Attendance: Required for Year 1 and Year 2
Recommended for Year 3 and Year 4

Advance to: Junior Advanced Course (JAC 1) at the end of Year 4

Skills Developed:
Keyboard performance, note and rhythm reading, ensemble playing, solfege singing, accompaniment and arranging, ear training, composition, music writing and creativity. These skills are taught in relation to the greater motor skills and reading ability of a 7 or 8 year old student.

*You must check course prerequisites before registering. You will be removed, without notice, from any course for which you have not completed the appropriate prerequisite.

40CAD Registration Fee Included