Musician Staged Activity Badge

The Musician Staged Activity Badge can be achieved from Stage One through to Stage Five.

To earn the badge, you must complete all the tasks and requirements within a stage and the previous stages. For example, to earn Stage Two, you must complete all elements of both Stage One and Stage Two.

Musician Stage One

To complete the Musician Stage One award, you must complete all of the activities from each of the following sections.

Skill

  • Listen to a short tune of a couple of lines and then sing it back
  • Listen to another tune and beat or clap out the rhythm

Performance

Sing or play two different types of song or tune on your chosen instrument including performing in front of other people either within Scouting or at a public performance.

Knowledge

  • Demonstrate some musical exercises that you use to practice your skills
  • Talk about your instrument and why you enjoy playing it or talk about the songs that you enjoy singing

Interest

Tell your Explorer Scout Leader or assessor about the music that you like to listen to.

Musician Stage Two

To complete the Musician Stage Two award, you must complete all of the activities from each of the following sections.

Skill

Reach the required standard for Grade One of the Associated Broad of the Royal School of Music, or similar, for your chosen instrument.

Performance

Sing or play two different types of song or tune on your chosen instrument including performing in front of other people either within Scouting or at a public performance.

Knowledge

  • Demonstrate some of the musical exercises you use as part of practising your skills
  • Talk about your instrument and why you play it or talk about the songs that you like tosing
  • Name a piece of music that is played on your instrument
  • Name several musicians who you have heard of

Interest

Tell your Explorer Scout Leader or assessor about the music that you like to listen to and how it differs from the music that you play or sing.

Musician Stage Three

To complete the Musician Stage Three award, you must complete all of the activities from each of the following sections.

Skill

Reach the required standard for Grade Two of the Associated Broad of the Royal School of Music, or similar, for your chosen instrument.

Performance

Sing or play, as part of a solo, a duet, or in a group, three different types of song or tune on your chosen instrument. This must include a performance within Scouting or a public performance.

Knowledge

  • Demonstrate some of the musical exercises you use as part of practising your skills
  • Talk about your instrument and why you play it or talk about the songs that you like tosing
  • Name a piece of music that is played on your instrument
  • Name several musicians who you have heard of

Interest

Tell your Explorer Scout Leader or assessor about the music that you like to listen to and how it differs from the music that you play or sing.

Musician Stage Four

To complete the Musician Stage Three award, you must complete all of the activities from each of the following sections.

Skill

Reach the required standard for Grade Three of the Associated Broad of the Royal School of Music, or similar, for your chosen instrument.

Performance

Sing or play, as part of a solo, a duet, or in a group, two different types of song or tune on your chosen instrument. This must include a performance within Scouting or a public performance.

Knowledge

  • Demonstrate some of the musical exercises you use as part of practising your skills
  • Talk about your instrument and why you play it or talk about the songs that you like tosing
  • Name a piece of music that is played on your instrument
  • Name several musicians who you have heard of

Interest

Tell your Explorer Scout Leader or assessor about the music that you like to listen to and how it differs from the music that you play or sing.

Musician Stage Five

To complete the Musician Stage Three award, you must complete all of the activities from each of the following sections.

Skill

Reach the required standard for Grade Five of the Associated Broad of the Royal School of Music, or similar, for your chosen instrument.

Performance

Sing or play, as part of a solo, a duet, or in a group, three different types of song or tune on your chosen instrument. This must include a performance within Scouting or a public performance.

Knowledge

  • Demonstrate some of the musical exercises you use as part of practising your skills
  • Talk about your instrument and why you play it or talk about the songs that you like tosing
  • Name several pieces of well-known music that is played on your instrument
  • Name several musicians who you have heard of

Interest

Tell your Explorer Scout Leader or assessor about the music that you like to listen to and how it differs from the music that you play or sing.