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Jaffray resident wins gold for voice

The Royal Conservatory of Music congratulates Jaffray resident Jasmine Dubé, who won a Gold Medal for scoring the top mark in British Columbia on the Grade 5 Voice examination. Jasmine’s teacher is Sophia Gamache.

Regional Gold Medals are awarded each academic year (September 1 to August 31) to Conservatory examination candidates in Preparatory A and B and Grades 1 to 10 who achieve the highest mark in their respective province or designated region. Eligible candidates must score at least 80% on their practical examination and must have completed the co-requisite theory examinations for their respective grade and discipline. Gold Medal ceremonies are held annually in cities across Canada, often in conjunction with Convocation ceremonies, to recognize students’ achievements and acknowledge the contributions of their teachers.

The Royal Conservatory of Music is one of the largest and most respected music and arts education institutions in the world.Providing the definitive standard of excellence in music education through its curriculum, assessments, performances, and teacher education programs, The Conservatory has had a substantial impact on the lives of millions of people globally. The Royal Conservatory curriculum provides a recognized standard of musical success through an effectively sequenced course of study and individual student examinations from beginner to advanced levels. Over 250,000 examinations have taken place across British Columbia in the past decade. For more information, or to register for an examination, please visit www.rcmusic.ca.

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