Following our successful pilot year, Trinity Laban is delighted to announce bookings are now open for the return of Beyond the Dots, our Summer School for young musicians aged 11-19 years.
Running from Tuesday 1 August to Thursday 3 August 2017, at Trinity Laban’s Faculty of Music site in Greenwich, London, this jam-packed programme is an opportunity to work with other young people and our specialist tutor team. Let the activity inspire you and take your music in new creative directions.
The programme has been created for multi-instrumentalists, curious musicians, and classical musicians up for a challenge, all led by expert teachers from Trinity Laban and the professional music industry.
It features a range of specialist classes to choose from: traditional masterclasses, jazz jams, looping technology workshops and creative sessions. You will have the opportunity to work with a cutting-edge artist and develop a brand new work, which you will share with others at the end of Summer School.
Additionally this year, following feedback, we’re delighted to be offering optional one-to-one music taster lessons (available to book when booking a place) for students to gain a unique learning experience from Trinity Laban’s specialist tutors.
1-3 August 2017, open to young people 11 - 19 years, spaces are limited
To book, follow the link to the Online Shop, which will guide you through the booking process. The full price for Beyond the Dots 2017 is £210 (£250 including a one-to-one taster lesson), but please note that there is a deposit scheme also in place for bookings.
We also ask you to fill in an Essential Information form, and send it to [email protected] as soon as possible after confirming your place. Please make sure you complete all the information requested.
For any queries, you can email us directly.
A bursary scheme is available on a first come, first served basis to applicants who are able to evidence eligibility for free school meals or whose parents/ guardians / carers are in receipt of means-tested benefits (income support, job seekers allowance). Bursary holders will pay a fee of £70 (without taster lesson) or £80 (with a 30-minute one-to-one taster lesson) for the summer school. Please email [email protected] if you want to be considered (with evidence of the above) or to find out more. Alternatively, a deposit scheme is in place to spread payments.
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