Join Lindsay Ashworth Fraser as she guides you through the ABRSM Grade 1 Music Theory syllabus while making it relevant to your career as an MT performer.
The course will be taught online so you can join in from the comfort of your own home. The course will equip you with the basics of music theory so that you have the skills necessary to sit the online ABRSM Grade 1 Music Theory exam. Exam date is Tuesday 16th March at 5pm and is OPTIONAL.
While you will cover all the syllabus material, you will also be encouraged to apply your learning to your own repertoire & work aspirations.
By the end of the course, you will have covered:
basics of notation; signs & terms
some simple time signatures
some major keys & scales
What Do I Get?
Included in your course fee:
1-2-1 welcome chat with Lindsay
11 LIVE group tuition sessions - Wednesdays 8-9pm
Access to session recordings for revision/catch-up
24/7 support in exclusive Facebook Group
Certificate of Achievement from onlineMD
Guidance on entering the online ABRSM Grade 1 Music Theory Exam*
Guidance on purchasing class materials
10% off all onlineMD services throughout 2021
Course materials (approx. £12)
Exam entrance fee* (£30)
* exam optional
About Lindsay & onlineMD
Lindsay gained a BA(Hons) Degree in Applied Music from the University of Strathclyde before
training in Musical Theatre at Mountview. Since graduating she has worked as an actor, musician,
voiceover artist, session singer and choir leader. In 2008, she launched onlineMD to fill a gap in the
market for providing top-quality piano accompaniments and note bash tracks to those in the
Musical Theatre industry. Since then, she has helped thousands of the UK's top MT performers
prepare for productions in the West End; on UK & International tours; and in regional theatres.
Over my years of working in the industry, it has become obvious how many opportunities have
opened up to me due to my musical background. The majority of my work has been in actor-
musician shows or as a session singer, working with world-class composers such as Hans Zimmer
in London's top recording studios, none of which would have been possible had I not been able to
read music fluently. I strongly believe that, although many performers carve out great careers while
not reading a note, there is no doubt the ability to read enhances your enjoyment of your music
and also opens up many job opportunities. My hope in teaching this course is that I can take some
of the mystery out of reading music and help you become a more confident musical professional. I
look forward to working with you!