"a light came on somewhere deep inside on my first day" (Junior Trinity student)
The Junior Trinity music school for 3-19 year olds was founded in 1906 and since then, thousands of young people have benfited from the opportunities to make music both as individuals in in a wide variety of small and large ensembles. From Trinity Teenies aged 3-5 right through to university and conservatoire entrance, we aim to encourage a lifelong interest in music and to give our students opportunities to develop to their maximum potential.
We have nearly 300 students at Junior Trinity. Many families struggle to afford the costs of supporting a musically gifted child, and in recent years, more and more families are applying for financial support.
The Junior Trinity Busary Fund provides financial support for musically gifted children.
Some facts and figures:
£20-£30 pays to restring a 'cello
£250 buys a new bass clarinet mouthpiece, or a standard bow
£3,000 provides a full one-year bursary
£5,000 will pay for a specialist instrument such as a bassoon or cor anglais
To find out more about Junior Trinity, or ways to support young musicians, please contact Bernadette Benati, Head of Development on 020 8305 4461 or at [email protected].