Teach Through Music, a year long, fully subsidised professional development programme to support Key Stage 3 music teachers in London, will be launched by Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance and partners this summer.
Postgraduate piano student Naufal Mukumi has won First Prize and several other prizes at the 16th International Competition Sta Cecilia in Portugal.
The recent annual Harwich Festival featured an impressive number of Trinity Laban music students, teaching staff, alumni and others.
This weekend Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance and the Horniman Museum and Gardens will present Horniman’s Curious Tea Party, 48 hours of Edwardian-inspired entertainment with a cross-arts twist, inspired by Frederick Horniman’s passion for collecting objects from around the world (Saturday 12 -Sunday 13 July 2014).
Renowned contemporary classical artists the Smith Quartet – which includes Trinity Laban Head of Strings, Nic Pendlebury – will join forces with “...the insanely talented British percussionist...” Joby Burgess in a special collaboration at St John’s Smith Square on 10 July – which has been picked as classical act of the week by Time Out and Sinfini Music.