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What are band ratings?

What are band ratings?

The band is given a rating from each judge: I – Superior, II – Excellent, III – Good, IV – Fair, V – Poor. The judges cannot confer about their rating and the FINAL rating is a consensus of the three, not an average. Theoretically, EVERY band can get a I – Superior or a V – Poor.

What is straight superiors in band?

On February 4th, sixteen jazz band students went to the District Music Performance Assessment earning a Straight Superior. A Straight Superior is basically the best score ensembles can get, it means that all three of the judges on the panel ranked Boca High the highest ranking, a Superior.

What are the levels of band?

Band Difficulty Gradings

  • Level 1 (Easy) Band music that has a rating of 1 is for 1st year beginner players, or elementary students.
  • Level 1.5 (Easy)
  • Level 2 (Easy)
  • Level 2.5 (Easy-Medium)
  • Level 3 (Medium)
  • Level 3.5 (Medium)
  • Level 4 (Medium)
  • Level 4.5 (Medium-Hard)

What is a superior rating?

SUPERIOR – The rating is comparable to the grade of “A”. This rating reflects the finest conceivable performance for the event and class of participants being evaluated – worthy of the distinction of being recognized as among the very best.

What does superior mean in choir?

By Score: 90–100 = (Superior) 80–89.9 = (Excellent) 70–79.9 = (Good/Average) 60–69.9 = (Fair) Less than 60 = (Needs Improvement) National Music Adjudication Coalition. CONCERT CHOIR – Music Assessment Form.

What is superior with distinction?

Each Band is awarded a rating based on their final score: Superior with Distinction (Superior ratings from all judges) Superior. Excellent.

What is the highest level of music?

List of certifications

  • 500,000 units: Gold album.
  • 1,000,000 units: Platinum album.
  • 2,000,000+ units: Multi-Platinum album.
  • 10,000,000 units: Diamond album.

What is the highest music grade?

Grade 8
In brief, Grade 1 is the entry-level exam and Grade 8 is the hardest. In practice, the number of skills and abilities required to pass each successive tier increases, as well as the difficulty.

What does MPA stand for in band?

Music Performance Adjudication (MPA)

What are the ratings for solo and ensemble?

SCORING. Each student or group of students is evaluated by one judge and rated on a scale of 1 to 5 with 1 being the highest rating possible. Students or groups that earn a rating of 1 (or “Superior”) are qualified for State Solo & Ensemble Festival which is held in March.