Our Professional Studies module lies at the core of our BMus (Hons), MMus, MFA, PG Diploma and PG Artist Diploma programmes. Building from the work that you do with your individual instrumental, vocal or composition teacher, we help you put your learning into context.
- All undergraduate students benefit from intensive
individualised tuition in their Principal Study discipline. Each
instrumental and vocal student receives one hour of one-to-one
tuition each week enhanced by regular small group
- Individual Principal Study Enhancement lessons on a related,
complementary or doubling instrument. Vocal students typically
dedicate their Principal Study enhancement time to vocal coaching.
Composition students receive a balanced combination of individual
and small group lessons, and are encouraged to dedicate their
Principal Study enhancement lessons to instrumental or vocal
training, or pursuit of a complementary discipline such as music
technology or conducting.
- At postgraduate level, a generous allocation of one-to-one
tuition is complemented by regular small group lessons and
You will benefit from exceptional teaching delivered in workshop
and small group seminar settings. Departmental classes are focused
on a wide variety of discipline and genre-specific sessions, set
alongside components on Informed Performance, the Healthy Musician,
Teaching Techniques and Careers Workshops.
You will develop and contextualise your individual tuition
within a broad range of solo performances, small group and chamber
music opportunities and large ensemble, orchestral or choral
Engaging Audiences provides preparation for the portfolio career
through the development of artistic leadership and skills in
audience engagement. In addition to developing key facilitation
skills, undertaking audience development activities, and
participating in placement opportunities, senior students will
undertake independent project-based activities. Designed to enable
you to develop your identity as an emerging artist, Engaging
Audiences draws on many of Trinity Laban's longstanding
All BMus students undertake Engaging Audiences within
the Professional Studies module and it is available as a dedicated
module to students on the PG Diploma programme.
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