Trinity Laban is a unique partnership in music and dance that is redefining the conservatoire of the 21st century. Our mission: to advance the art forms of music and dance by bringing together artists to train, collaborate, research and perform in an environment of creative and technical excellence.
Trinity Laban, the UK’s first conservatoire of music and dance, was formed in 2005 by the coming together of Trinity College of Music and Laban, two leading centres of music and dance. Building on our distinctive heritage – and our extensive experience in providing innovative education and training in the performing arts – we embrace the new, the experimental and the unexpected. Each year, we train over 1,000 undergraduate and postgraduate students across two amazing sites in the world famous location of Greenwich, London.
As traditional divisions between art forms blur, Trinity Laban students enjoy unique opportunities to collaborate within an environment of creative and technical excellence. As part of a diverse community of performers, composers, choreographers, teachers and researchers, our students explore the ever evolving worlds of music and dance, learning the real world skills they will need to become the artistic leaders of the future.
Professor Anthony Bowne