How many grades are there for violin?
A guy in my music tech says he got violin grade 9 but other people said that there is only 8 sooooooooo I dunno
- Anonymous8 years agoFavorite Answer
There are only 8 grades for all instruments. If he says he's grade 9 then he's lying. In the UK both music examination boards (trinity and ABRSM) grade 8 is the highest.
There are certificates that can be done after grade 8, but they are no longer called grades.
- waltmanLv 44 years ago
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- 8 years ago
No, I never heard of Grade 9 violin... There are only 8, followed by an Advanced Certificate and 2 or 3 Diplomas. Perhaps that's what he meant? But no, there is no 9th grade...Source(s): Violin teacher
- 8 years ago
There are no grades in orchestra. You might mean levels. For example, someone who is just starting out on violin would be at a beginner level and someone who has been playing for a long time would be at an advanced level