Collaboration is at the centre of Trinity Laban’s life and ethos.
Partnerships with leading artistic organisations such as BBC Concert Orchestra, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra and Southbank Centre provide rich performance experiences for our students, alongside an exciting programme of festivals.
Collaboration is at the centre of Trinity Laban’s life and ethos. Our partnerships with leading artistic organisations ensure that you will benefit from rich performance experiences and close networks with the profession.
Our popular Side by Side projects with major orchestras – such as the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, the Philharmonia Orchestra and BBC Symphony Orchestra – and collaborations with the likes of the Royal Opera House’s Jette Parker Young Artists Programme, the Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival and the Kronos and Smith Quartets allow you to learn directly from, and share your work with, professionals at the top of their game.
Trinity Laban has a growing list of professional and artistic partnerships including:
/ BBC Concert Orchestra
/ Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra
/ City of London Sinfonia
/ English National Opera
/ London Philharmonic Orchestra
/ Southbank Centre
/ Sound Connections
See our full list of Professional Partnerships.
Our annual CoLab Festival encourages students to explore different artistic ideas and musical directions, pushing the boundaries of what’s possible to discover exciting new facets of music-making.Find Out More
Rude Health takes place annually at the Faculty of Music and gives students the chance to showcase original work in evenings curated entirely by students.
There are also opportunities to take part in major festivals such as:
/ the Royal Greenwich International Early Music Festival
/ London Handel Festival
/ The Greenwich Guitar Festival
/ The Brandenburg Choral Festival of London
/ London Jazz Festival
/ Spitalfields Festival
/ BBC Proms