Does anyone know how the RCM level 9 works? It looks really complicated to me... I need some advise. This is the Canadian RCM I am referring to.
I came to Canada when I was 17, at the time, I had passed level 7 for couple years, and was preparing for level 9 in China. I didn't continue my pursuing in violin leveling since then. I just played some easy piece to entertain myself and others.
Now I'm 32. I felt myself not completing something I started long time ago so I looked into RCM level 9. I found the examinations are so complicated. Do you guys recommend a teacher, or a book/a tutorial that can guide me through this? "This" is the sense of practical, theory, history... etc.. man, it sounds complicated to me at this moment.
Or do you recommend me to forget about this whole RCM thing and just recommend me a teacher to extend my repertoire instead?
I talked to a few teachers in the past. I felt the teachers I talked with were more towards younger , much younger, students. Maybe I talked to the wrong people.
I know there are a lot of pros here. It'd be great if you could shed some lights.
Many thanks ahead.
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