Chamber music is a central focus of training at Trinity Laban.
Students receive frequent coaching led by our internationally-acclaimed staff, many of whom perform in the country’s leading ensembles.
Chamber Music at Trinity Laban
We are fortunate that every term our students work with the Carne Trust Ensembles in Residence at Trinity Laban: the Carducci Quartet, the Linos Trio and the Smith Quartet. Regular chamber concerts, masterclasses and coaching days form part of our core provision for Strings, Piano and Wind, Brass & Percussion students, with a wide variety of opportunities for chamber performance collaboration available across the curriculum for Composition, Jazz and Vocal students too.
Carducci Quartet (The Carne Trust Ensemble in Residence)
Based in the UK, the Carducci String Quartet is recognised as one of today's most successful string quartets. The Quartet performs over 90 concerts worldwide each year whilst running its own annual festival in Highnam, Glos and its recording label Carducci Classics, as well as holding residencies at Cardiff University and Dean Close School, Cheltenham.Visit Website
Linos Piano Trio (The Carne Trust Ensemble in Residence)
The Linos Piano Trio has achieved recognition as an extremely dynamic and creative young chamber ensemble. Drawing on the varied musical backgrounds of its members, which include specialisms in historically informed performance, contemporary music and composition, the trio has become renowned for its distinctive voice.Visit Website
The Smith Quartet (The Carne Trust Ensemble in Residence)
For over 20 years, The Smith Quartet have been at the forefront of the world’s contemporary music scene. They have developed a repertoire by some of the world’s most exciting composers and have established an international reputation for their dynamic style and original approach to contemporary music.
Success for Trinity Laban quartet at CAVATINA Intercollegiate Chamber Music CompetitionThe Dréme String Quartet has taken second prize at this year’s CAVATINA Intercollegiate Chamber Music Competition.Tue 15 May 2018#Strings
Trinity Laban buys five new Steinways with £500,000 donation from Trinity College LondonTrinity Laban has taken delivery of five handcrafted Steinway B grand pianos thanks to a donation of £500,000 from international exam board Trinity College London.Wed 10 Oct 2018#Piano