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Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance

Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance

ENGLAND / UNDERGRADUATE - POSTGRADUATE - PHD

What are the main differences between conservatoire and university study?

Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance is the UK’s only conservatoire of music and contemporary dance. Our innovative course provision, exciting performances, and groundbreaking education, community and social inclusion work make Trinity Laban a leader in the advancement of creative artistic practice.

Scholarships and grants

Scholarships for musicians and dancers

We offer a wide range of scholarships to reward and encourage students, and to help them fulfil their potential. They can be awarded:

• for outstanding performance ability, demonstrated at audition

• for particular disciplines, including shortage instruments

You don’t need to apply specifically for these – everyone who auditions at Trinity Laban will be automatically considered for a scholarship.

The majority of our scholarship awards are given in the form of a reduction in your tuition fees. We also offer some full tuition awards to especially gifted musicians. Further details on the scholarships we offer can be found here: https://www.trinitylaban.ac.uk/study/fees-and-finance/scholarships-bursaries/

Audition in Bologna, Italy – Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 March, 11:00 (CET)

We will be in Bologna to hold workshops and auditions for those looking to apply for our BA (Hons) in Contemporary Dance or our Dance Foundation course.

Over the course of two days you will have the chance to:

  • Participate in contemporary dance technique and creative workshops led by our diverse dance faculty (Saturday).
  • Audition for our BA (Hons) Contemporary Dance and/or Dance Foundation programmes for September 2022 entry (Sunday).
  • Hear about or programmes and ask our faculty staff and alumni any questions you may have.

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/256086370227

WEBINAR
The UK hosts some of the most internationally recognised art schools and award-winning conservatoires. Discover some of the places that open up your future in music, arts or performance and the process to submit a successful application, slightly different to a standard programme.
Speakers
Sarah Lebrecht, Student Recruitment Manager, University of the Arts London (UAL)
Sarah Lebrecht, Student Recruitment Manager, University of the Arts London (UAL)
Sarah Lebrecht is a Student Recruitment Manager at UAL, looking after Europe, East Asia and Canada. She has worked for UAL for over four years advising students on applying to UAL’s different colleges and art and design courses, including how to put together a portfolio.
Leva Lakute, Student Recruitment and International Relations Officer, Trinity Laban
Leva Lakute, Student Recruitment and International Relations Officer, Trinity Laban
Based within the Student Recruitment & International team at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance, Ieva advises students about studying a performing arts degree in London. She also builds partnerships with schools, college counsellors and educational advisers across Europe. Having been an international student herself, she has a good understanding of the types of questions that are important for international students.
Participating Universities
Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance
University of the Arts London
WEBINAR
In the UK, you can study music or dance at a university, college, or conservatoire. Conservatoires specialise and focus on performance-based study, with a strong emphasis on one-to-one tuition, group work, and performance. University and college courses tend to focus on theory-based disciplines such as analysis, harmony and counterpoint, music technology, and psychology of performing, as well as performance itself. Music courses include musical theatre, education, sound engineering, songwriting and music business and more. For those interested in dance, an undergraduate qualification will give you the opportunity to develop the technical, creative and performance skills needed to become a versatile dance artist. You will also gain the understanding and critical and analytical skills to inform your artistic practice. Find out more about the options available to you in the UK by attending this webinar.
Speakers
Adriane Marriott-Mills
Adriane Marriott-Mills
Regional Manager – EU & the Americas at Falmouth University
Stephen Rees
Stephen Rees
Lecturer in Musicology at Bangor University
Faye Harrison
Faye Harrison
Student Recruitment and International Relations Manager at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance
Michael Rogerson
Michael Rogerson
International Office at Bangor University
Participating Universities
Falmouth University
Bangor University
Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance

SUBJECTS

Creative arts
  • Dance
  • Drama
  • Music
Music
  • Commercial songwriting
  • Music
  • Music and communities
  • Music business
  • Music composition and technology
  • Music education
  • Musical theatre
  • Songwriting

Location

London SE10 9JF