On 9 and 11 December, Trinity Laban hosted its graduation ceremonies for its Faculty of Music and Faculty of Dance respectively, awarding in addition several Honorary Fellowships.
The Faculty of Music celebrated its graduation at its base, the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich. In the historic walls of The Chapel, three Honorary Fellowships were presented, among a string of awards and medals. Recipients included Phillip Carne MBE and Christine Carne, trustees of The Richard Carne Trust and benefactors of the performing arts; Marion Friend MBE, former Director of Junior Trinity; and Ian Mitchell, Clarinettist and former Head of Wind, Brass and Percussion at Trinity Laban.
Later in the week, the award-winning Laban Building was host to Trinity Laban’s Faculty of Dance Graduation. Taking place in the Laban Theatre, the ceremony welcomed special guest and patron His Royal Highness The Duke of Kent, who delivered a speech in praise of the Faculty’s achievements. An Honorary Fellowship was awarded to Professor Steve Stanton, Dean of Validation at City University, London – the degree awarding authority for Trinity Laban.
Trinity Laban would like to congratulate all its graduates, prize and award winners, and Honorary Fellowship recipients.
Photography: JK Photography