2022 CCOM Exam

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2022年中央音乐学院海外音乐水平考级

加拿大考点考级简章

1) 概述

中央音乐学院(Central Conservatory of Music)是中国最高音乐学府。为弘扬中华民族音乐文化,中央音乐学院自1989年起先后在多个国家和地区开展考级工作,本着普及音乐教育的宗旨,以严谨的学术作风和优良传统,为海内外业余学习中国乐器的音乐人士,提供专业权威性的水平鉴定与考核工作。

为加强推动中国与加拿大的文化交流,中央音乐学院与加拿大庇诗省中乐协会(BC Chinese Music Association)合作,从2006年开始,在加拿大地区举办中乐水平等级考试。包括“专业等级考试”(技术考级)和“中国民族器乐常识与音乐基础考试”(乐理考级),协助推动当地中乐发展。

加拿大卑诗省教育部从2007年开始,正式唯一认可由中国中央音乐学院考核的中乐考级成绩,并接受由其颁发的“校外音乐水平等级考试”合格证书,批准列入卑诗省中学校外学分课程(External Credential Program Courses)成绩,可用于高中毕业申请大学的学分。学分组别定名为:Chinese Central Conservatory of Music Course(中国中央音乐学院课程)。乐器类别包括:古筝、二胡、琵琶、扬琴、中阮、竹笛、笙及唢呐,共八项。考生以其中单项“技术考级”连同“乐理考级”合格证书,最多可申请八个学分,作为中学毕业学分用途。学分组别及成绩要求分别如下:

  • Chinese Central Conservatory of Music 10 / 中央音乐学院中乐课程 – 音乐10组学分

UCCM 10 – 第七级“技术考级”连同“乐理考级”合格证书可获四分。

  • Chinese Central Conservatory of Music 11 / 中央音乐学院中乐课程 – 音乐11组学分

UCCM 11 – 第八级“技术考级”连同“乐理考级”合格证书可多加二分。

  • Chinese Central Conservatory of Music 12 / 中央音乐学院中乐课程 – 音乐12组学分

UCCM 12 – 第九级“技术考级”连同“乐理考级”合格证书可多加二分。

 

 

  1. 报考科目及组别
Class 组别 Instrument 乐器名称 Class 组别 Instrument 乐器名称
F Erhu 二胡 I Zheng 古筝
G Pipa 琵琶 J Dizi 竹笛
H Yangqin 扬琴 K Zhongruan 中阮
L Sheng M Suona 唢吶

 

 

2.报考级别与报名对象

各专业演奏水平定为1—9级及演奏级。每年最多可同时报考2个级别。

第一至六级:为打好基础,建议逐级报考。其中第四级必考,五级、六级必须至少择一报考。

第七级:必须通过第五或第六级方可报考;

第七级至演奏级:不得跳级。

凡学习过以上专业,具有一定程度者均可报名参加,年龄、地区不限。

 

3.考试内容

演奏部分:

1-6级练习曲1首,自选乐曲1首。7-演奏级练习曲1首,自选乐曲2首(自选乐曲中,考试时由工作人员抽考1首乐曲演奏)。

口试部分:

(应考第一至六级者适用)

鉴于COVID-19疫情持续反复和各省限制不同, 口试部分将免除考核。

 

2) 报名

1.报名及审核时间

2022年6月15日至8月1日报名,9月1日审核。

2.报名方式及规则

只接受网上报名,进入www.bccma.net 报名。

报名联系地点:加拿大卑诗中乐协会(BCCMA)(303-8495 Ontario St. Vancouver BC V5X 3E8)

联系邮箱:mail@bccma.net

  • 章程及在线考试报名表格的链接刊登于 “庇诗中乐协会” 官方网页(www.bccma.net) 的“CCOM /中乐考试”项目内。
  • 一切资料以官方在线版本为准。
  • 在填写及提交报名表前,应先详阅本考试章程。
  • 所有考试费用以加币作单位
  • 报名时须准备带照片身份证件,须提供英文名或拼音、中文名(如有)、生日、报考科目、级别、曲目(报名列表上选取)、联系邮箱、上一次考级的证书,18岁以下考生须填写家长或指导老师姓名、联系电话。

证书数据将考生提供的报名信息中提取,一经生成无法更改,请认真核对报名信息。

3.考级收费

1级$90,   2级$100,   3级$110,   4级$125,    5级$135,    6级$145,  7级$160,  8级$180,  9级$200,  演奏级$280。

 

3) 考试及发证

1.考试时间

  特别注意:鉴于COVID-19疫情持续反复和各省限制不同经主办单位讨论商议决定今年的技术考级统一采取上传视频”的形式进行细节及其他考试规则将于报名后以电邮发予各考生,并会根据疫情发展和各省限制变动,于需要时做出更新。

视频上传时间:2022年10月20日(暂定)

2.成绩公布时间

2022121

3.发放证书时间

约为成绩公布后2个月内。

 

4) 注意事项

1.除规定允许看谱的曲目外,所考曲目一律背谱演奏(年满25周岁以上者例外)。

2.考生须自备调好音的演奏乐器应考。

3.考试时一律不得使用伴奏或伴奏带。

4.考生应准备全部规定应考曲目,不得缺项,缺项视为不通过。因采用上传视频方式考试,故1—6级免除口试部分考核。

5.所有考生一律使用中央音乐学院考级委员会编定的海内外考级曲目。乐理考试(仅卑诗省适用)必须选用中央音乐学院考级委员会编定的《中国民族器乐常识基础乐理测试范围》。

6.因视频的时限特殊性,考试中,如遇到反复记号,均无须反复;如遇到不同结尾反复记号(“跳房子”),可直接进入第二结尾(“2房子”)演奏。

7.由于电脑技术问题、网络问题或其他个人原因未能按时报名和应考的考生,视为自动放弃考试,不设补考,不予退费。

8.申请人提交网上报名表时,须按指示同时于网上缴纳考试费用,缴纳成功后须上传缴费凭证。

9.如须更改有关报考资料,请以电邮mail@bccma.net的方式通知,并须缴纳$20的更改费。

请考生及家长仔细阅读本简章,并自觉遵守简章中的各项规定,中央音乐学院和卑诗中乐协会有最终解释权。谢谢合作。

 

中央音乐学院海外音乐水平考级加拿大考点

加拿大卑诗中乐协会(BC Chinese Music Association)

2022年5月25日

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Central Conservatory of Music 

Off-Campus Music Proficiency Test

2022 “Chinese Music Technical Examination” 

Brochure for Canada

  • Objective

The Central Conservatory of Music represents the highest-standard of major music and art institutions in China. The off-campus music proficiency examination committee of the Central Conservatory of Music, in line with the purpose of popularizing music education with academic rigour and tradition, provides professional and authoritative adjudication and certification for overseas musicians who study traditional Chinese musical instruments (referred to as “Chinese music”).

 

In order to promote Chinese music culture, the Central Conservatory of Music has collaborated with the British Columbia Chinese Music Association in Canada. Since 2006, Chinese music examinations have been held in Canada, including the “Professional Level Examination” (“Technical Examination”) and “Chinese Instrumental Music General Knowledge and Music Fundamentals Examination” (“Music Theory Examination”). A teacher assigned by the Central Conservatory of Music will conduct the examination, evaluate, and issue the certificate of the Central Conservatory’s off-campus music level examination. In order to improve the professional level of Chinese music and promote its development locally, the designated textbooks for the examination are compiled by experts from the Central Conservatory of Music. By valuing fundamental technique and following the correct curriculum, students will make steady improvement, while developing cognition and cultivating cultural sensibility.

 


Since the 2007/8 school year, the BC Ministry of Education has officially accepted the certificate of the “Off-Campus Music Proficiency Exam” hosted by the British Columbia Chinese Music Association (BCCMA) and issued by the Central Conservatory of Music in China. The results of the Chinese Music Examination will be used as the scores of the BC Secondary School External Credential Program Courses. Students can receive high school graduation credits for these results and use them to apply for university. The Central Conservatory of Music (CCOM) Courses includes a total of eight instrument categories: Guzheng, Erhu, Pipa, Yangqin, Zhongruan, Dizi, Sheng, and Suona. Candidates can apply for a maximum of 8 credits for completing their “Technical Examinations” together with “Music Theory Examinations” – credits for which can be used for secondary school graduation requirements. Exam credentials and their respective grade requirements are as follows:

 

  • Central Conservatory of Music 10 / UCCM 10 – Level 7 “Technical Exam” together with the “Music Theory Exam” certificate may be awarded four credits.
  • Central Conservatory of Music 11 / UCCM 11 – Level 8 “Technical Exam” together with the “Music Theory Exam” certificate may be awarded two extra credits.
  • Central Conservatory of Music 12 / UCCM 12 – Level 9 “Technical Exam” together with the “Music Theory Exam” certificate may be awarded two extra credits.

  • Examination Organization

Exams are overseen by the Chinese Central Conservatory of Music Grade Examination Committee and conducted by the Canadian BC Chinese Music Association. The Central Conservatory of Music Grade Examination Committee is responsible for the review and issuance of certificates.

  • Technical Examinations

  1. Eligibility for the examination:

All Canadian residents and citizens may apply. Applicants must be at least 18 years old, or must register through a parent/guardian or teacher if under 18. Candidates aged 18 or above may register on their own or through a parent/guardian or teacher.

 

  1. Exam Levels:

Each instrument group spans Levels 1 to 10 (no further performance diploma). Candidates may apply for up to 2 levels at the same time.

Level 1 to Level 6: In order to lay a solid musical foundation, it is best to apply for exams consecutively by level. Level 4 is compulsory, while Level 5 and Level 6 are optional. Level 7: Levels 5 and 6 must be passed to apply.

Grades 7 to 10 cannot be skipped, and should meet the requirements of the Central Conservatory of Music and the Ministry of Education of British Columbia, Canada for extracurricular credits. Special Note: In view of the continuous and repeated outbreak of COVID-19, after discussion and negotiation by the organizer, it has been decided that this year’s technical grade test will be conducted in an online format.

 

  1. Examination Content : 

Levels 1 to 6: One etude and one piece of the candidate’s choice. Levels 7 to 10: One etude, two pieces of the candidate’s choice. (Note: Among the self-selected pieces, the examiner may choose two or only one to test)

Oral component (applicable to those who take the test for Levels 1 to 6): In view of the continuous recurrence of the COVID-19 epidemic, the oral component will be exempted from the examination.

 

  1. Exam Category:
Erhu: E Pipa: P
Guzheng:   G Dizi:     D
Yangqin:   Y Zhongruan:     Z
Sheng:   S Suona:     N
Liuqin: L

 

  1. Exam Materials:

All examination repertoire must be selected from the Central Conservatory of Music’s “Overseas Edition”, by the Central Conservatory of Music Press.

 

  1. Exam Results :

Divided into Fail, Pass, Honours, and Distinction.

 

  1. Exam Rules:
  • All candidates under the age of 18 and all Level 10 candidates must play from memory when taking the exam. Candidates who violate the above test rules may continue to take the test. The examiner will only give comments, but the exam results will constitute “Failed”.
  • Typically, there is no need to repeat; instead, candidates should directly play into the second ending to save time.
  • Candidates must bring their own tuned musical instruments to take the exam.
  • All exams are performed without accompaniment.
  • Those who fail to take the exam on time will be deemed to have automatically forfeited the exam, and no make-up exam will be offered and no refund will be given.
  • The organizer will not be responsible for any applicants who fail to register successfully within the specified date due to computer technology or network errors.
  • The China Central Conservatory of Music and the BC Chinese Music Association reserve the right of final evaluation and interpretation.

  • Examination Time and Registration Method

  1. Schedule:
    Registration starts: May 15, 2022
    Registration ends: August 15, 2022
    Email reply: September 15, 2022

Upload deadline: October 20, 2022(Tentative)

 

  1. Registration method and rules:
  • Online exam registration details will be published separately online.
  • All information is subject to the official online version. All registrations should be completed online.
  • Before filling out and submitting the registration form, please read the exam regulations carefully.
  • All exam fees are in Canadian dollars.

 

Level 1 $90 Level 6 $145
Level 2 $100 Level 7 $160
Level 3 $110 Level 8 $180
Level 4 $125 Level 9 $200
Level 5 $135 Level 10 $280

 

  • Late applications will be considered on a case-by-case basis. If approved, candidates are required to pay an additional late registration fee of $40.
  • When submitting the online application form, applicants are required to pay the examination fee online according to the instructions. Once the exam fee is paid, it will not be refunded, nor can it be used to pay other exam registration fees or others’ exam fees. Please keep the receipt for your records.
  • Once the application is accepted, the organizer will charge an additional fee of $20 for the following applications (if approved): / Change of applicant / Request for additional translation service after registration / Change of application major / Change of application level / Change of test date or time (only for same-year exams). Change of contact information: If the applicant changes the mailing address, telephone number or email address, please notify the organizer immediately in writing by email, and please attach the candidate list or candidate number for easy reference.
  • All applications for examination must comply with the examination rules set by the organizer. The Central Conservatory of Music and the BC Chinese Music Association reserve the right to accept or reject any person applying for the examination.

 

Chinese Central Conservatory of Music Examination Committee

Canadian BC Chinese Music Association

May 4, 2022

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