Anthony Bowne and Derek Aviss Receive Honorary Visiting Professorships

The Principals were guests at City University's Chancellor's dinner at Mansion House on April 22. On the same day each received a letter from City University's Acting Vice-Chancellor Julius Weinberg announcing that the Senate of the University had conferred the role of Honorary Visiting Professor on them.

City University validates Trinity Laban's undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes and has a longstanding relationship with the conservatoire.

Trinity Laban was formed in 2005 by the merger of Trinity College of Music (Trinity) and contemporary dance centre Laban. Derek Aviss from Trinity and Anthony Bowne from Laban were appointed Joint Principals of the new institution in 2006. Trinity Laban is known as a leader in innovative music and contemporary dance education, with over 1000 students across two landmark campuses in South East London. In addition to its undergraduate and postgraduate training, Trinity Laban delivers a vibrant programme of performances and festivals as well as groundbreaking education, community and social-inclusion schemes.

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