Australian Music Examinations Board WA

Awards Ceremony

In mid March each year, the AMEB in WA hold an awards ceremony to celebrate those candidates who achieved outstanding results in their examinations.

 

 Gabrielle Ruttico performing at the awards concert in 2014

2018 AMEB Award Ceremonies

The 2018 AMEB Awards Ceremonies are to be held in the Callaway Music Auditorium, UWA Conservatorium of Music at the University of Western Australia on Sunday, 10 March 2019.


There will be three separate ceremonies, as outlined below:
 

Ceremony 1 - Juniors 2.00pm - Grades 2* & 3
Ceremony 2 - Intermediate 3:15pm - Grades 4, 5 & 6
Ceremony 3 - Seniors 4:30pm - Grades 7, 8, Certificate of Performance and Diplomas
 

 

Criteria for Eligibility to Attend

 

*Whilst Preliminary, Introductory and Grade 1 Theory and Practical candidates as well as Grade 2 Theory candidates are ineligible to attend the Award Ceremony, they will receive in the mail a Certificate of Excellence together with a copy of the Awards Program with their names listed.  These will be mailed out after the Awards Ceremonies.

 

Music and Speech THEORY Examinations must have been successfully completed in 2018.

  • Grades 3 Grade A+ (mark awarded must be 100%)
  • Grades 4 & 5 Grade A+ (Mark awarded must be 95% - 100%)
  • Grade 6 and above Grade A+ (Mark awarded must be 95% - 100%)

For Grades 2-5, examinations must have been successfully completed in 2018.

 

For Grades 6 and above where there are theory co-requisites, the practical component may have been completed earlier.  To be eligible for attendance at the 2018 ceremony, both the practical and theory grades must have been recorded by the 31st of December 2018.

  • Grades 2 & 3 Grade A+
  • Grades 4 & 5 Grade A+
  • Grades 6 - Certificate of Performance Grade A+

Associate and Licentiate Diplomas - Candidates must have successfully completed both practical and theory components by 31 December 2018.

 

 

 

 

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