Open days at the Music Faculty are an opportunity for prospective students, parents and teachers to visit Trinity Laban's Music Departments.
Each day is organised around you! This is your chance to take a tour of our remarkable facilities, experience rehearsals and lessons, meet students and academic staff, and hear more about your chosen programmes.
Our Music Open Days are held in our stunning building at the Old Royal Naval College: King Charles Court. They are the perfect opportunity to learn more about Trinity Laban and gain a unique insight into the vibrant life of the Music Faculty. But don’t just take our word for it; take a look at our Student Stories to hear first-hand about life at Trinity Laban.
At our Open Days you can:
- Meet Heads of Departments, Professorial Staff and current students
- Attend student concerts
- Listen to open rehearsals and masterclasses, or participate in a workshop
- Tour the faculty and Halls of Residence
- Find out what life as a Trinity Laban student is really like
These Open Days are for Undergraduate and Postgraduate students.
Strings, Composition and Vocal Studies Open Days
Summer Term - Date TBC
Find out more about the Strings, Composition and Vocal Studies Departments. Suitable for prospective students at Foundation, Undergraduate or Postgraduate level.
Wind, Brass & Percussion, Keyboard and Jazz Open Days
Summer Term - Date TBC
Find out more about the Wind, Brass & Percussion, Keyboard and Jazz Departments. Suitable for prospective students at Foundation, Undergraduate or Postgraduate level.
Postgraduate Open Evenings and events
Our most recent Postgraduate Open Evening took place on 7 May 2019. If you would like to be kept informed about future Postgraduate events, please get in touch.
Music Taster Days
We run several taster days throughout the year, to help you find out more about our music departments.
Music at Trinity Laban
A Brief Introduction
Study with us in London
We are extremely lucky to be based in London, one of the great cultural cities of the world.
We are just a 15-minute train journey away from the heart of the city, where you can find countless bars, restaurants, clubs, orchestras, dance and opera companies, theatres, museums and art galleries. This makes London not only an exciting and fun place to live, but also the perfect place to network, discover more about your chosen art form, and launch your career.
Our local area encompasses the historic grandeur of Greenwich and the cutting-edge cool of Deptford.