Loveday Scholarship Announced

There will be five 'Loveday Scholars' every ten years - four musicians and one dancer. All exceptionally talented music or contemporary dance students in need of financial support to continue their studies will be eligible.

Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance was formed in 2005 when contemporary dance centre Laban and Trinity College of Music - both leaders in their respective fields - came together. Based in landmark buildings in South East London, Trinity Laban is known for its exceptional training, vibrant programme of performances and festivals, and groundbreaking education, community and social-inclusion schemes.

Anthony Bowne, Joint Principal of Trinity Laban, says: "The new Loveday Scholarship offers an invaluable opportunity for the most talented music and dance students - who may otherwise be unable to sustain their studies - to continue to grow as artists with access to the highest quality of training. We are very grateful to Mark and Liza Loveday for their generous support."

Mark and Liza Loveday comment: "We are excited to establish this scholarship as part of our ongoing relationship with Trinity Laban, supporting the excellent work the Conservatoire does in nurturing highly gifted music and dance students. We very much look forward to seeing the Loveday Scholars in action at future performances."

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