Ever dreamed of transferring your musical talent to one of the world’s most influential and innovative cities?
If so, the spotlight is shining upon the Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in London.
As a top 10 performer in The Complete University Guide – Arts, Drama & Music League Tables (2019) and a Global Teaching Excellence Awards (GTEA) 2018 finalist, the Conservatoire is home to a creative selection of students from more than sixty countries and has a dynamic portfolio of Dance, Musical Theatre and Music programmes for you to pursue.
Invest in your talent with Trinity Laban
Known to motivate aspiring modern artists, composers, lyricists and performers to be the best they could be, the Trinity Laban Faculty of Music aligns students with their aspirations and connects them to content-rich undergraduate, postgraduate, professional development and diploma music programmes.
Situated in the traditional grandeur of King Charles Court in the world heritage site of the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich, Trinity Laban conducts learning experiences in the spectacular Blackheath Halls building, plus other incredible music and performing arts centres in London.
For undergraduate studies, you can select from a range of contemporary courses such as the Study Abroad Programme in Music, the BMus (Hons) Jazz, the BA (Hons) Music Education, the BMus (Hons) Performance/Composition, the Erasmus+ for Incoming Students and Erasmus+ for Outgoing Students.
For applicants interested in postgraduate pathways, there’s the innovative Research Degree Programme: MPhil/PhD in Dance/Music/Collaborative Arts, The Teaching Musician – Postgraduate Certificate, Diploma and MA, the PGCE: Musicians in Education, the Postgraduate Diploma, the Postgraduate Advanced Diploma, the MFA in Creative Practice, the Master of Arts (MA) Music, the Independent Study Programme: Advanced, the Master of Music (MMus) and MA Music Education and Performance.
There are no limits to your creative preferences or professional development at Trinity Laban!
Apply for international music auditions with Trinity Laban
If you’re keen to collaborate your musical talents with Trinity Laban and wish to become an integral part of London’s contemporary and creative Conservatoire, apply to the auditions listed below and meet with Trinity’s world-class professors.
For students in the US, music auditions will take place in November 2018 at The DiMenna Center for Classical Music. The auditions are open to all composers, instrumentalists (Classical/Jazz) and vocalists (Classical/Jazz) interested in studying a Bachelors, Masters or a one-year Foundation or Diploma at Trinity Laban.
For students in China, applications for September 2019 entry are now open and auditions will take place in Dulwich College in Beijing in January 2019. Here, you’ll be welcomed by the Head of Strings, Professor Nic Pendlebury.
For students in Hong Kong, applications for 2019 entry are now open and music auditions will take place at the Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts on the 27th of January 2019. Here, you’ll meet Havilland Willshire, Trinity Laban’s Interim Director of Music.
Please note, all Trinity Laban applicants must secure their audition via UCAS Conservatoires. When submitting your application, the UCAS Conservatoire Code for Trinity Laban is T75.
Click here for more information on the school’s audition process.
Support your skills with scholarships
Another leading advantage to securing a space on one of Trinity Laban’s exceptional music programmes lies in its financial awards system.
Rewarding, assisting and encouraging learners to achieve their professional ambitions, Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance doesn’t want anything to stand the way of its students.
As such, all applicants to the conservatoire’s music programmes are automatically considered for the music scholarships throughout the auditions.
These scholarships are exclusively offered to students who demonstrate outstanding performance abilities for specific disciplines (e.g. shortage instruments), provided in the form of a considerable fee reduction.
Most rewards come in the form of partial tuition, but Trinity Laban also offers full tuition to especially gifted musicians who participate in their live auditions.
So, if you want to tune into Trinity Laban’s network of creatives, innovators and performers in London – a space where you’ll collaborate with a contemporary, creative Conservatoire, auditions are available now in your country and awaiting your application…
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