MUSIC THEORY / RUDIMENTS
Basic Rate for 2012-2013
(40 lessons - September to June)
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Music Theory or Rudiments is fundamental and very useful subject that teaches to write and read musical notation, scales, rhythm, music terminology in different languages, music form and basic musical analysis. Royal Conservatoire of Music offers 4 levels of Rudiments:
Students will be tested in the following areas: exact dates of birth and death of composers; dates of important compositions; dates of musical time periods; important musical characteristics of composers, their compositions and time periods; people and places associated with composers; in-depth knowledge of musical terminology; writing an essay about composer’s life and musical style; in-depth analysis (essay style) of important musical compositions; reading the score (musical notes).
It is recommended to start Music Rudiments at the age of 7 or 8. It usually takes 3-6 month to prepare for each theory level. We offer 30 min., 45 min. or 60 min. weekly lessons. During the week student should spend 1-2 hours regularly for doing their homework.
Usually our students take 3 to 6 month to prepare for each theory exam.
|Christopher Ludwig, M.Mus.
Music Theory / Rudiments
Christopher Ludwig is a Vancouver based composer, theory specilist and flute player. He hold Bachelor degrees in Music and in Education, as well as a Masters degree in Composition from the University of British Columbia. Some of Ludwig’s teachers include Canadian composers Stephen Chatman, Larry Nickel and Robert Pritchard.
Mr. Ludwig is happy to join World of Music and Arts as a theory specialist in Rudiments, Music History, Harmony, Counterpoint and Analysis as well as Composition.
Pam Lam, B.Mus
In addition to being a gifted pianist, Pam Lam has a very impressive success rate for preparing students to take RCM examination is Theory Rudiments. The average mark her students get is : 95%.
Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays
Gloria Yu, B. Mus., M.Mus.
Gloria continues her musical studies in Vancouver and Alberta and earned her B. Mus. from the University of Lethbridge and M. Mus. from Must University, specializing in Piano Performance. While studying at the University of Lethbridge Gloria won the first award of the classical piano open competition of the Lethbridge Kiwanis Festival 2003. She also participated at the piano master class with Glen Montgomery and the vocal master class with Richard Miller in 2004.
Gloria is an early childhood music educator as well. She received the Certificate of Teaching from the Associated Board of Royal Schools of Music from London. Gloria is also a Certified Kindermusik, Kelly Kirby Method and Music for Young Children teacher.
Ruel Morales, B.Mus.
Ruel studied at the University of British Columbia in 2005, majoring in Classical Guitar Performance with a minor in Composition. Ruel's foray into music began with piano lessons at the age of four with The Royal Conservatory of Music. Ten years later, Ruel taught himself how to play the guitar, exploring rock and metal genres. With the start of his first formal training at Kwantlen Polytechnic University in 2003, Ruel began his venture into classical music and jazz.
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World of Music and Arts
#140-6231 London Road,
Richmond, BC V7E3S3