A Trinity Laban Junior Fellowship offers a rare and exciting platform for exceptional and aspiring young musicians, providing the support and opportunities necessary to successfully make the leap from full-time conservatoire-based study to excellence in the music profession.
These intensive, year-long Fellowships provide individuals with the means and the time to enhance their professional skills and contacts, while pushing and exploring their own artistic development with the invaluable support of a Trinity Laban mentor.
Applications for 2017/18 are now closed.
The Richard Carne Junior Fellow in Individual Performance will be awarded a £6,000 tax-free bursary to cover tuition expenses and help with living costs during the academic year of tenure.
Junior Fellows in Piano Accompaniment are required to mentor and accompany instrumental and vocal students at Trinity Laban. There are two awards of £8,000 each.
The Sir Charles Mackerras Junior Fellowship in Conducting will be awarded a £4,000 tax-free bursary to cover tuition expenses and help with living costs during the academic year of tenure.
Current Junior Fellows
Dulcinea Quartet: Yuen Minn Majoe, Martin Wray, Kirsten Jenson and Haru Ushigusa
The Richard Carne Junior Fellow for String Quartet
The Richard Carne Junior Fellow for Individuals
The Sir Charles Mackerras Junior Fellow in Conducting
Alessandro Viale, Imma Setiadi
Junior Fellows in Piano Accompaniment
Previous Junior Fellowship award winners
The value, impact and success of Trinity Laban's Junior Fellowship programme are illustrated by an impressive list of past recipients who have forged, or are embarking upon, dynamic and prolific careers.
Please note that Junior Fellows are not eligible for Tier 4 student visas.