Junior Trinity teachers win an Independent Music Award

London-based vocal ensemble 'juice' has won the Best Contemporary Classical Album category at the Independent Music Awards for the album Songspin. This is juice's debut album on the pioneering alternative classical label, Nonclassical, run by renowned composer/ DJ/ producer Gabriel Prokofiev.

Winners of the IMAs, now in their 11th year, were chosen by a panel of influential artists including Keith Richards, Tom Waits, Tori Amos and Suzanne Vega, plus a wealth of music industry professionals across many genres.

At the forefront of the UK's experimental/ classical scene, juice is made up of Kerry Andrew, Sarah Dacey and Anna Snow. Both Kerry and Sarah are teachers at Junior Trinity, Trinity Laban's Saturday School for 3-19 year olds which aims to encourage a lifelong interest in music and give students the opportunities to develop to their maximum potential.

juice is currently working on their second album with Nonclassical and plotting exciting projects for their 10th anniversary year in 2013. For more information on the group and upcoming shows, visit Juice Vocal Ensemble.

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