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ABRSM to hold High Scorers’ Concert at Woodstock School

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By OUR STAFF REPORTER
MUSSOORIE, 17 Feb: The Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music, London, will celebrate the success of the candidates on 20 February through the High Scorers’ Concert at the Woodstock School, Mussoorie. This concert will showcase a wide variety of various music talents with solo and ensemble performances.
ABRSM was founded in 1889 and is global leader in the provision of music assessments, a publisher of award-winning books and digital resources and a highly respected music education organisation.
Each year, over 6,30,000 candidates take their exams in more than 90 countries.
Their mission is to inspire achievement in music. They do this by supporting music making, teaching and learning in partnership with four Royal Schools of Music – Royal Academy of Music; Royal College of Music; Royal Northern College of Music and Drama and Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
As a registered charity, its work with individuals and organisations all over the world to encourage participation and progress in music. Through its sponsorship programmes and partnerships, it aims to help as many people as possible to make the most of their musical potential.
Sonia Khan, the ABRSM Representative, adds, “Those who appear for the world renowned ABRSM exams benefit immensely. These internationally recognised assessments provide an edge as universities/corporates understand the benefits of quality music education and look for an ABRSM certification due to the gold standards that are maintained while admission or hiring. We are very grateful to the various institutions, directors and principals who have introduced the ABRSM curriculum to their students. We take this opportunity to thank the management of our partner schools and colleges in Mussoorie and Dehradun – the Woodstock School, Mussoorie; New Theological College, Dehradun, and Wynberg Allen School, Mussoorie. Especially our local representatives Ravi Arthur and Dr Jacob Joseph for spreading world class music education through the ABRSM curriculum. We are eagerly looking forward to the ABRSM High Scorers’ Concert on 20 February as it is an important part of the ABRSM calendar and we want everyone to come away from this special event with happy and inspiring memories.”
Entry for the concert is by invitation only. For further details contact Sonia Khan (ABRSM Representative India) soniakhan@abrsmindia.org