European dance audition applications now open


Applications for Trinity Laban dance auditions in Europe are now open via UCAS. Starting in January, auditions will be held in Oslo, Rome, Athens, Helsinki and Zürich, to give prospective students an excellent insight into Trinity Laban’s dance courses and degrees.

Colin Bourne, Trinity Laban’s head of undergraduate dance studies says: “Candidates take classes with Trinity Laban teaching staff over a two day period and they have the opportunity to find out all they need to know about the training, the institution and life as a student in London.

“The auditions also allow us to select the most talented candidates from across Europe, ensuring that Trinity Laban maintains its reputation for attracting the highest calibre dance students, both nationally and internationally.”

Studying at Trinity Laban is a fantastic opportunity to be part of a buzzing and vibrant community. With students from over 60 countries currently studying at Trinity Laban, the conservatoire has a culturally diverse atmosphere, with international student support services available throughout the year. For the fourth year running, Trinity Laban has been voted #1 for dance in the Guardian’s Higher Education League table and is widely recognised as one of Europe’s leading centres of training for contemporary dance artists.

Auditions are open to those interested in applying for the BA in Contemporary DancePostgraduate Diploma Community Dance applicants should preferably attend an audition in London; however, you may attend an audition on any of the EU dates if this is not possible.

Oslo, 17-18 Jan 2015, Schous Kulturstasjon/Spin Off Dance Studios

Rome, 31 Jan and 1 Feb 2015, Balletto di Roma

Athens, 7-8 Feb 2015, Isadora and Raymond Duncan Dance Research Center

Helsinki, 14-15 Feb 2015, Teatterikorkeakoulu

Zurich, 7-8 Mar 2015, Zürcher Hochschule der Künste

Please note that in order to be invited to an audition, you must first apply to Trinity Laban via UCAS. To find out more information, please click here.

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