Posted by: Glenelg Guitar Studio | January 9, 2013

2012 THEORY EXAM RESULTS….and the winners are

Hi Everyone,

The results for the Theory of Music exams in 2012 are finalised and there was a fantastic result from students at the Glenelg Guitar Studio. It’s really great to see so many students, aged from 10-80, decide to undertake the exams.

Everyone has their own reason for following a more formal path of learning, however I see that it improves their playing and pleasure by increasing confidence. Confidence means a greater understanding of the music and what they can achieve as well as broadening the range, styles and types of music they can play.

If you are interested in learning more about how undertaking theory of music exams can accelerate your Guitar playing please have a chat with me at your next lesson.



Robert Allen 94 Distinction
Tori Buchanan 91 Distinction
Will Govier 93 Distinction
Carl Grosser 88 A Honours
Yianni Kaopnias 93 Distinction
Leigh Miller 96 High Distinction
Danielle Stander 94 Distinction


Ruby Backen 94 Distinction
Seth Lindsay 98 High Distinction
Nanon Newman 91 Distinction
Harry Watts 96 High Distinction
Anthony Scopacasa 94 Distinction


Shelley Henderson 93 Distinction
Samuel Miller 87 A Honours
Pete Mitchell 77 B Credit
Ian Pope 95 Distinction
Lenore Roder 75 B Credit


Robyn Pope 90 Distinction

Congratulations to everyone.



  1. Hi from Bagdad

    As I am confined to the base (a small 2 storey house with bedrooms upstairs and offices downstairs, surrounded by high wall with razor wire and 3 armed guards 24/7) for much of the time, there is no excuse for no guitar practice. I have been learning the blues scales and doing the practice routines. As you know, you tube has lots of info. Life here is always interesting, my main focus has been on training locals (in collaboration with Iraqi ministry of health) etc in setting up mental health programs in a few hospitals and primary health care units. Also been involved with 2 refugee camps on Syrian borders with Iraq and Jordan. Conditions are pretty crappy for Syrian refugees, who for January were crossing the border into Jordan in their thousands every night. Practicing guitar is a great distraction. cheers Malcolm

    Date: Wed, 9 Jan 2013 03:16:39 +0000 To:

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