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Trinity Laban’s international network of graduates are at the forefront of music, dance and musical theatre.

They have careers as leading artists, practitioners, choreographers, composers, educators and researchers.

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97.7% of our graduates from the last three years are in employment or further study six months after leaving.

Higher Education Statistics Agency 2018


Industry Leaders

Our alumni also hold prominent roles as leaders in the music and dance industries, such as Rebecca Allen, President of Decca Records, Paul Hughes, Managing Director at the BBC Symphony Orchestra, Emma Gladstone, Artistic Director & Chief Executive of Dance Umbrella and Ginny Brown, Chief Executive Officer at the ISTD.

See more of our impressive Alumni Destinations.

Recent Graduates

Recent graduates include international recording artist Stjepan Hauser (2Cellos), double MOBO award winner Moses Boyd, award winning soprano Nardus Williams who is at Houston Grand Opera, Aaron Chaplin who joined Phoenix Dance Theatre straight after graduation, Young Associate Artist at Sadler’s Wells, Wilhelmina Ojanen and Molly Osborne who joined the west end cast of Fiddler on the Roof straight after graduating.

Alumni News

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John Powell

Oscar-Nominated Film Composer
“My time at Trinity [now Trinity Laban] was a revelation. A chance to focus on writing, with Richard Amell’s never-ending enthusiasm, and the other students’ willingness to bring that music into reality, I loved every minute. Being able to endlessly use the studio and rehearsal rooms to try out pieces was simply heaven. Along with an eye-opening collection of world music records in the basement, these were the things that set up my creative path.”
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Matthew Bourne OBE

Choreographer and Artistic Director, New Adventures

"My experience with Transitions led directly to me setting up my company New Adventures (formerly Adventures in Motion Picutres) with a group of fellow Laban students and members of Transitions. It taught me how a touring company worked. My BA course was instrumental in developing my passion for choreography and I owe a great deal of debt to my 4 years at what was then called The Laban Centre for Movement and Dance!"

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Elly Braund

Professional Dance Artist, Richard Alston Dance Company 

"I loved my time at Trinity Laban, the thorough technique training set me up with a strong base to work from. I was able to explore in depth; Ballet, Graham, Cunningham and Limon techniques with such excellent teachers, I was pushed and encouraged and supported all the way through my training."

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Cassie Kinoshi

Mercury Prize nominated London-based composer, arranger and alto-saxophonist

"Studying at Trinity Laban provided me with a foundation in orchestration and some of my first opportunities to write for large ensemble - part of the reason why I particularly enjoy creating larger scale compositions. Many of the people I met during my time at Trinity {Laban] continue to be my favourite collaborators to work with."

Building on a Legacy

Today’s graduates inherit and build on a rich legacy left by significant alumni of the past, including Lilian Baylis, the pioneering producer, conductor Sir John Barbirolli, Fela Kuti, the originator of Afrobeat Music and soprano Dame Margaret Price.