A roundup of alumni news, projects and creations from July.
For a third year running the award sees final-year students win professional development support and seed funding for creative projects.
Blending virtual and live events, our latest season offers audiences the chance to encounter dance, music and musical theatre in innovative ways.
TL Musical Theatre students bring new digital play to life at The Cockpit theatre.
Funded by the Higher Education Innovation Fund, TL Ignite will provide 24 one-off grants of £750, along with bespoke professional support, to South East London creatives who are in the first five years of their careers.
An artistic response to the pandemic, ‘U.Me: The Musical’ features lyrics, music and book by composition alum Theo Jamieson.
The Fela Anikulapo-Kuti scholarship, funded by Partisan Records and supported by The Fela Anikulapo-Kuti Estate, enables aspiring jazz trumpeter Alex Polack to continue his studies for 2021/22.
The ongoing relationship will work to actively improve the experience of young people of African and Caribbean heritages within jazz and classical music.
Formed in 2017, Mass Hysteria is a multicultural all-female dance collective who met while studying at Trinity Laban. The group went on to be one of six TL Innovation Award winners in 2019, producing their self-curated series MassHysteriaPresents. The series provides a platform for artists to display work, share ideas and give talks and presentations across South […]
Emily Jenkins’ Move Dance Feel and Lucy McCrudden’s Dance Mama now have support to expand digitally to help communities in need.
A roundup of January’s news and projects from TL alumni. Online performances from TL alumni entertained digital audiences throughout January. Pianist Yuki Negishi streamed an online concert on the Absolute Classics YouTube channel, while musical theatre alum James Darch featured in West End Bares online, performing in the Discovery Channel segment. Choreographer Maciej Kuźmiński shared […]