Outstanding local results from Royal Conservatory exams

Music students from Motif Music Studios have received their Royal Conservatory of Music exam marks with outstanding results.

Music students from Motif Music Studios in Courtenay have received their Royal Conservatory of Music exam marks with outstanding results.

The Royal Conservatory of Music is an internationally renowned music program that provides students with the opportunity to hone their skills with private music instructors and then, if they wish, students can opt to register for exams throughout the year. The RCM is well established, with over 125 years of offering well-rounded music programs for beginners to advanced musicians.

The RCM maintains a very high standard of excellence when marking both practical and theory exams.  Students completing these exams must work hard to complete all required elements for each level of study.

Staff and teachers at Motif Music Studios would like to congratulate the following students for their outstanding achievements, and recognize the character that is developed as students strive to complete their own music goals, work through challenges and show discipline in their home studies.

Basic Rudiments: Colin Cameron (Honours), Linnaea Blais (First Class Honours with Distinction), Madison Kelly (First Class Honours with Distinction). • Advanced Rudiments: Kai Schwarz (Honours), Claire Braunberger (First Class Honours), Linda Bizier (First Class Honours with Distinction).

• Introductory Harmony: Nathaniel Young (Honours).

• Basic Harmony:  Towa Stewart.  Intermediate Harmony:  Nathania Schmaling.

• History 1:  Dawn Tomashewski (Honours), Towa Stewart (First Class Honours), Nathaniel Young (First Class Honours).

• Intermediate Keyboard Harmony: Towa Stewart (Honours), Torin Halvorson (First Class Honours).

• Grade 1 Piano: Linnaea Blais (First Class Honours).

• Grade 7 Piano: Payton Peterson (First Class Honours).

• Grade 8 Piano: Michael Roberts (First Class Honours), Taeryn Novak (First Class Honours).

• Grade 9 Piano: Dawn Tomashewski (First Class Honours).

• Grade 10 Piano: Nathaniel Young (Honours), Torin Halvorson (First Class Honours).

Get local stories you won't find anywhere else right to your inbox.
Sign up here

Just Posted

Filmmaker James Cameron’s Comox Valley winery up for sale

The director behind The Terminator and Titanic puts Beaufort Winery on the market after six years

Online services available at Comox Valley libraries

Since early June, the Vancouver Island Regional Library has been offering ‘takeout’… Continue reading

Comox Valley man looks back on 102 years

Members of a Comox Valley car club paraded past Doug de Wolff’s… Continue reading

Comox Valley Regional District board approves $115,000 towards soccer field house project

The Comox Valley Regional District board has approved a $115,000 contribution to… Continue reading

Three active COVID-19 cases on Vancouver Island

Since July 24, Central island has had five new cases, North one, South none

B.C. records new COVID-19 death, 85 more cases; Horgan calls on celebrity help

This brings the total number of active confirmed cases to 531 across the province

Watchdog clears Okanagan RCMP in death of man after arrest over alleged stolen pizzas

The man died in hospital after having difficulty breathing and broken ribs

Have you seen Berleen? B.C. pig destined for sanctuary goes missing

Berleen was less than two weeks from travelling to Manitoba when she vanished

Health Canada says several kids hospitalized after eating edible pot products

People warned not to store cannabis products where children can find them

‘It’s not just about me’: McKenna cites need to protect politicians from threats

Police investigation was launched after someone yelled obscenities at a member of McKenna’s staff

Michigan plans dedicated road lanes for autonomous vehicles

First study of its kind in the U.S. to figure out whether existing lanes or shoulders could be used

Large missing python found ssssafe in Victoria after being on the lam for weeks

The snake was located more than six kilometres from where it went missing

B.C. announces multi-year plan to double treatment beds for youth with addiction

This will bring the total number of new beds specific to those 12 to 24 years old to 247 province-wide

B.C. man who nearly died from COVID-19 reflects on one-month battle

Robert Billyard was in an induced coma to ensure his body would not fight the ventilator to breathe

Most Read