Professional and academic partnerships with the world’s leading artists and educators bring opportunities and inspiration to everyone involved.

Our growing list of collaborative partners includes:

The BBC Concert Orchestra

Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra

Canary Wharf Group plc

Candoco Dance Company

The City of London Sinfonia

Greenwich Dance

Hong Kong Academy of the Performing Arts

Independent Dance

Siobhan Davies Dance

Kunitachi Music Academy

London Philharmonic Orchestra

National Maritime Museum

The Royal Opera House

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Mason Gross School of the Arts

Studio Wayne McGregor

The Sixteen

Southbank Centre London

Trinity College London

University College London

The University of Greenwich

University of Sussex

Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site

Old Royal Naval College

Ewha Womens University


Korea National University of Arts


The Fulbright Commision


Russian Gnesins Academy of Music


Trinity Laban is known both in the UK and overseas as a source of advice and good practice for peers, providing curricula content and delivery to University College London and The Open University. Its academic staff make frequent appearances at international institutions, working as external examiners and offering workshops and masterclasses at institutions including China Central Conservatory (Beijing), Liszt Academy (Budapest), Martha Graham School of Contemporary Dance (New York), Schulich School of Music at McGill University (Montreal), Sydney Conservatorium, University of Cape Town.



Trinity Laban is the only UK Conservatoire to have been recognised for the award of a named US-UK Fulbright scholarship. The Fulbright-Trinity Laban Award in Music & Dance will be offered to US citizens to pursue a one-year Master’s degree (or the first year of a longer Master’s or Ph.D. degree program) in music or dance, from 2016.