At Vocals Grade 6 you'll test your vocal cords and improve your control by tackling large major and minor intervals, new scales and tackling dynamics and register changes. At exam time, you'll perform a testing series of longer pieces.
When you reach Vocals Grade 7, you're well on your way to becoming a pro¬level vocalist. So it's time to up your game, as you master advanced stylistic techniques, sustained note bends and large intervallic leaps, before performing a series of extended performance pieces in your exam.
Pass Vocals Grade 8, and you're ready to sing on any stage or in any session in the popular music world. First, though, you'll need to prove you're ready by demonstrating sophisticated phrasing, extended range, comprehensive theory knowledge and put in perfect performances at exam time.
Who can join this course?
• The Course is for candidates who have appeared and passed Grade 5 exam from any music examination board.
• Candidates who want to pursue music as a career choice
• Candidates who seeking international certificate for admission through ECA quota in universities.
• Candidates who want to secure UCAS points for admission n foreign university.
• Candidates who plan to become music teacher.
• The use of a microphone is mandatory at this level
• Sheet Music Stand
• Three¬-part backing vocals, applying stylistic techniques, musical improvisation and development, harmonising in 3rds and 4ths, tone quality in conjunction with dynamics and register changes
• The Blues Scale and a major/diminished arpeggio
• Large major and minor intervals, phrasing and microphone technique
• Three-¬part backing vocals, applying advanced stylistic techniques, musical improvisation and development, harmonising in 3rds and 4ths, tonal control, chromatic step phrasing, sustained note bends, extended range and large intervallic leaps
• The harmonic minor scale and augmented arpeggio
• Major/minor interval sequences, legato/staccato phrasing and microphone technique
• Three ¬part backing vocals, stylistic use of techniques and improvisation/development, register flips, long melismas, sustained vibrato, slides to scream, extended range and intervals
• The Chromatic Scale and diminished 7th arpeggio
• Large intervals in major/minor sequences, advanced phrasing and articulation and microphone technique