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Discussion in 'Chris Broderick' started by Mike G, Nov 12, 2007.

  1. Mike G

    Mike G New Metal Member

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    So I have been playing classical guitar for a number of years (4 or something like that). I'm only 15 and I have been thinking about going to university for a bachelor of music in performance. I'm living in Toronto (Canada) right now and I might be moving to Chicago.

    So to my point... in Canada we have a thing called the Royal conservatory of music where you go through grades up to grade 10 (I'm in grade 7) and I do all sorts of exams and shit like that for it. In Canadian universities, you need to have at least grade 8 to get accepted. So I'm wondering is there something like this in the States as well? I googled it and only found something for piano. Considering you are the only really good classical player in the States I know, and you are really accomplished (according to your website) I figured you or someone else on this board probably knows the answer to my question.

    Thanks a lot

    Mike :headbang:
     
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    I live in Australia and we have exams for that kind of stuff but ours only goes up to 8. I'm pretty sure they would have it in the States aswell. I pretty sure England have it aswell. Sorry i can't help you about the exact details but im pretty sure they do have it.
     
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    NevermoreMan90 Jeff Loomis Fanboi!

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    Housing in Chicago is expensive as fuck.
     
  4. Mike G

    Mike G New Metal Member

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    Thanks guys for the input. I guess it sorta answers my question...:erk:

    But anyways its cheaper than you might think with the exchange rate for us Canadians these days...
     
  5. futureguitarlegend

    futureguitarlegend tmnj era shredder(get it?

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    bro same ehre, only i want to learn classical. im gogni to attend UM for classical gutiar then GIT in MI. i just cahgned from death emtal to neo classical and classical
     
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    r_young112 aspiring shredder

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    good point



    better point


    canadas money > US's right now
     

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