Every year, applicants tell us that they enjoy auditioning at Trinity Laban. Our audition procedure is designed to enable us to find out about you - not just how good a performer or composer you are, but what sort of a person you are, and to assess whether you have the potential to be the sort of musician who will benefit from the approach that we have. We aim to provide a positive and friendly atmosphere, and we want you to enjoy yourself.
You will be notified of your audition information via the email
account you submitted on your CUKAS application. Please
ensure that you check this account regularly as you will not
receive any information from Trinity through the mail.
Please check the filtering services on your email account and
ensure that messages from the email address firstname.lastname@example.org
do not go to your junk mail folder, as you may otherwise miss vital
You will normally receive detailed information about the
audition process along with your appointment sheet, no later
than two weeks prior to your audition date.
Please note, it may not always be possible to give applicants
for this session two weeks notice of their audition date.
Applicants should also note that the audition fee is
The deadline for on-time applications is 1st
Trinity does not offer deferred entry.
The following is a brief summary of the audition requirements.
For more detailed information including details of the audition
format for principal study disciplines and courses/programmes not
covered below, please see Audition Requirements.
Classical & Jazz Instruments/Voice
- Applicants will be required to perform on their principal study
instrument/voice or present their composition portfolio.
- For some principal study disciplines applicants may be required
to attend a second audition on the same day.
- Applicants may be given a short sight-reading and/or
- Applicants applying for degree courses may be required to take
a short test and attend an interview. An accompanist can be
provided by the College if required. However, you are strongly
advised to bring your own accompanist, with whom you will have
worked in preparation for the audition.
Musical Theatre Voice
- Applicants will be required to perform two contrasting songs of
their own choice, lasting no longer than 10 minutes, plus one short
monologue and a dance piece lasting no longer than 2 minutes.
- Applicants will be required to take a short test and attend an
- Applicants will also be required to participate in a 90-minute
group workshop including warm-up exercises, and learning a musical
theatre sequence including a group song, dance sequence and script
If you have a disability or learning difficulty and require
special provision on the day of your audition, please contact Admissions or the
Last updated on Sat 15 Jun 2013 13.29h