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We have a diverse programme of inspiring music and dance
performances throughout the year. Our vibrant programme, which
takes place in our performances venues and around the capital,
presents an eclectic mix of professional and student work from
leading artists in the UK and on the international scene. Be the
first to see the artists of tomorrow performing alongside seasoned
professionals as well as members of our local community.
Wed 22 May 18.00h
Foyer, Royal Festival Hall
Trinity Laban students join with horn players from the other London Colleges to perform an arrangement of Wagner highlights as a prelude to the Philharmonia Orchestra’s concert of music by Wagner later that evening.
Thu 23 May 13.10h
St Alfege Church
St Alfege Concert Series
Fri 24 May 13.05h
Old Royal Naval College Chapel
Postgraduate Recital Series
Sun 26 May 11.00h
Recital Room, Blackheath Halls
Mon 27 May 18.30h
Join us for a free Choral Evensong in the beautiful setting of the Old Royal Naval College Chapel.
Tue 28 May 13.05h
Chapel Concert Series
Tue 28 May 19.00h
Institute of Contemporary Arts, London
Two experimental ensembles from Trinity Laban perform at the Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, as part of their season on Radical Art Collectives.
£12 | £8
Wed 29 May 19.30h
Twelve of the finest young dancers from around the world perform a mixed bill of choreography devised by international artists: Lauri Stallings, Tom Dale and Augusto Corrieri.
Thu 30 May 13.05h
Chapell of Bond Street
Slava is an Ofenheim Trust Scholar.
Thu 30 May 13.10h
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Wed 22 May 18.00hWagner Highlights for 32 Horns
Thu 23 May 13.10hBenyounes Quartet
Fri 24 May 13.05hBecca Marriott, Soprano and David Jones, Baritone
Sun 26 May 11.00hBlackheath Sundays: Stephen Upshaw, viola; John Reid, piano; Tamsin Waley-Cohen, violin
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Trinity Laban is funded by the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE)