Explore our Schools' Concerts
Our Schools’ Concert programme for KS2 – 5 gives pupils the opportunity to experience a wide range of music, performed live and up close, at venues across London.
Concerts are performed by students from Trinity Laban and presented by a professional music specialist, providing an interactive journey through a range of curriculum set works and other pieces.
Exploring Music for Piano
Schools' Concert for KS4 & KS5
Friday 17 November 2017 | 12.30h -13.30h, Blackheath Halls
This special concert for students in KS4 – KS5 turns the spotlight on piano music by composers on current GCSE and A-Level set works lists, including Beethoven, Schumann, Chopin, Debussy and Cage. Presented by Patrick Bailey and performed by students from Trinity Laban, audiences will be guided through a live concert experience that provides the perfect educational accompaniment to musical learning in the classroom.
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Sketches of Spain
Schools' Concert for KS2
Thursday 8 February 2018 | 12.30h - 13.30h, Blackheath Halls
Join concert presenter Aga Serugo-Lugo on a musical and artistic journey across Spain. This imaginative and interactive Schools’ Concert for KS2, performed by harp, guitar and piano students from Trinity Laban, explores music by Spanish composers including Isaac Albeniz, Francisco Tarrega and Manuel de Falla. In a twist on the usual concert format, this concert also connects music to famous pieces of Spanish art.
To book, please complete our online booking form before Thursday 1 February 2018.Book now
An Introduction to the Orchestra
Schools' Concert for KS2
Friday 9 March 2018 | 12.30h - 13.30h, Blackheath Halls
What is an orchestra? How does everyone know when to start? What does a timpanist do when they’re not playing? This Schools’ Concert for KS2 introduces the sounds, instruments and musical possibilities within an orchestra. Presented by Sarah Freestone and performed by the Trinity Laban Shapeshifter Orchestra, pupils will be guided through music written by Ignatz Waghalter and BBC Ten Pieces composer, Mason Bates.
Musical Theatre Showcase
Schools' Concert for KS3
Friday 29 June 2018 | 12.30h - 13.30h, Deptford Green School
It’s show time! To celebrate the final few weeks of the academic year, KS3 audiences are invited to a unique Schools’ Concert exploring a variety of major musical theatre shows. This toe-tapper of a concert is presented by Sarah Freestone and performed by students from Trinity Laban’s Musical Theatre department. If you are staging your own school musical, this is an ideal opportunity to explore skills, techniques and songs within this hugely popular art form.
To book, please complete our online booking form before Monday 5 March 2018.Book now
Trinity Laban Schools’ Concerts
Impressions of Schools’ Concert Programme
If you have any further questions about Schools' Concerts, please contact Loretta D’Silva at;L.DSilva@trinitylaban.ac.uk
Our Schools' Concert series for 15/16 has included a thrilling introduction to Saint-Saëns' Carnival of the Animals for KS2, performed by the Trinity Laban Percussion Ensemble; an exploration of choral music composition and musical style in works by Bruckner, Haydn and Webern for KS5; and a celebration of Shakespeare's influence on story-telling through composition for KS3 and KS4.
"The students absolutely loved the concert! It was a really unique experience for them, and as staff we found the whole event was well planned, well supervised and in a great location. Thank you for having us - we indeed hope to be back soon!"
Boxgrove Primary School
"The concert was very well organised with appropriate content. It has helped our students retain information about the pieces and supported their revision."
George Abbot School
"The selection of pieces was excellent, with a lovely range of music. The logistics and 'choreography' worked really smoothly and made it much more than a concert. Finally, the performance of the music was outstanding."
St Alfege Church
KS2 – KS3: £90 per class (up to 33 pupils; accompanying teachers go free)
KS4 – KS5: £4 per student (accompanying teachers go free)