Martin Kettle from the Guardian and Sam Jackson, Managing Editor of Classic FM, have become the most recent Board members of Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. They will join the next Board meeting in March 2014.
Philip and Christine Carne, leading supporters of Trinity Laban for many years, have today been honoured with The Prince of Wales Medal for Arts Philanthropy. The medal celebrates those who support the arts in its widest forms and was presented by HRH The Prince of Wales at St James’s Palace in London.
The Trinity Laban Chamber Choir will feature in a live broadcast on BBC Radio 3 at 2pm on 15 December in Berlioz’s luminous retelling of the Christmas story, L’enfance du Christ.
The Times Higher Education Supplement has published a survey showing a lack of female governor representation in universities – but Trinity Laban is listed in the top 5 for having a 50% gender-balanced Board.
Trinity Laban vocal alumnus Mairead Carlin is experiencing a career high like no other. The Derry-born singer was announced in 2013 as the newest member of smash hit US phenomenon, Celtic Woman.