Syllabus Exams for 2020
Syllabus Exams for Fall 2020 will be conducted virtually for all levels. Please read the new protocols carefully. There are no exceptions for live exams of any kind.
- Fall 2020 Syllabus exams will be held using video-conferencing formats. Adjudicators will not travel to studios, but will use platforms such as Zoom, Skype, etc. for live exams.
- Dates will be posted for all districts on the OMTA website in August.
- Spring Syllabus 2021 exam formats will be announced in November/December here on the OMTA website, in the Music News, and by your district Syllabus Chair.
Please direct questions to your district Syllabus Chair, and remember to renew your MTNA membership to unlock your Leggiero account!
Syllabus is a music curriculum that covers technique, music theory, sight reading, rhythm reading, and repertoire. The ten levels of Syllabus are graduated in difficulty and challenge students to achieve musical goals. After completion of a level, students can opt to be assessed by a master teacher who provides a helpful critique.
Questions? Parents, please contact your OMTA teacher. Teachers, please contact your district chair. District chairs may reach out to Heidi Evans, NCTM with questions.
Teachers: If your district is using online registration, you may access Leggiero.
Need help navigating Leggiero? Check out our Syllabus Registration Instructions for Teachers – Leggiero.
Have repertoire questions? Teachers, reach out to a member of our Syllabus Repertoire Committee. They are happy to assist.
Syllabus Rhythm and Sight Reading Aids
Forms are in PDF format – readable with the free Adobe Reader.
Chairperson & Treasurer Forms
Syllabus Letter to Parents
Syllabus Exam Outline: Eval-Demo-Aud
Syllabus Instructions for Teachers
OMTA Syllabus Brochure — legal-size paper
Piano Syllabus Entry Blank
Grade Minimum Requirement for Level X Students
Jazz Piano Syllabus Entry Blank
String Syllabus Entry Blank
Syllabus Registration Form
Syllabus Fee Schedule
Teacher’s Request for Conference
Adjudicator Evaluation Form
Guidelines for Hosting Syllabus