Trinity College London Takes Centre Stage at the Music & Drama Education Expo 2024

Trinity College London Takes Centre Stage at the Music & Drama Education Expo 2024

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BY: John Molloy
07 February 2024

Trinity College London is looking forward to once again playing an important part at this year's Music and Drama Education Expo, set to be held 22 - 23 February at the Islington Business Design Centre.

As a leading innovator in music and arts education, Trinity is all set to share with delegates the latest exciting developments from our syllabus and product range as we celebrate creativity, innovation and inclusivity.

Inspiring Inclusive Education Practices: 

Mark your calendars for 23 February at 3:15pm, as Trinity will be delivering an inspiring talk on fostering inclusive education practices. Join Toby Davies from Trinity, Adam Ockelford from Sounds of Intent and Sophie Gray from Birmingham Services for Education who will delve into how schools and music organizations can develop inclusive practices by design, referencing the innovative Sounds of Intent framework. The highlight of the talk will be the exploration of Trinity's Awards and Certificates in Musical Development – the industry's first regulated qualifications tailored for learners with special educational needs, additional support needs or disabilities.

Unveiling Cutting-Edge Digital Innovations:

Come by and see us on Stand C27 for your chance to experience our brand-new Digital Music Theory platform. See how this platform promises to transform the way educators and candidates engage with music theory, whilst still delivering a robust and academic musical experience. Try the intuitive notation software for yourself and see how we have recreated the in-person experience with a modern digital approach.

We are particularly looking forward to giving a sneak preview of Trinity’s new AI-powered piano music teaching and learning support tool. This easy-to-use online tool enables teachers to select appropriate music and exercises to suit an individual piano student’s needs based on multiple search parameters such as grade, speed, time signature or musical genre. Teachers can add their students to take practice notebooks online and even create bespoke assignments for students based on repertoire choices. Make sure you come by and take a look at it in action!  

Providing modern syllabuses to engage students:

As well as our exciting digital innovations we still have lots to share about the latest syllabus updates and releases. We’d love to take you through our revolutionary Piano syllabus featuring our widest choice of repertoire genres ever, including pieces from TV & movies, video games, rock and pop and classical. You can also hear about our newest option for digital music exams – the Repertoire-only pathway, offering the opportunity for candidates to simply focus on the performance of pieces.

And if you are interested in adding a modern music offer to your teaching, we of course have our hugely popular Trinity Rock & Pop syllabuses for drums, guitar, bass, keyboard and vocals that we can talk you through. And for a qualification that truly recognises multi-arts creativity and learning we have our renowned Arts Award qualification available too, now offering a new streamlined assessment process.

In our drama offer you can discover the new Acting for Screen qualification – with exams designed to help candidates develop their skills for screen performance And learn about the recent improvements to the drama grades and Diploma syllabus spanning Musical Theatre, Acting, Speech & Drama and Performance Arts. Find out more on Stand C27.

At Trinity we believe it’s ‘Your performance. Your choice’: Our breadth and depth of assessment and qualifications, how we approach delivery and the choices we offer can truly engage your students for longer. Come by Stand C27 at the Music & Drama Education Expo 2024 and find out how we can support you today.

Attendance at the Expo is free – register for tickets here.

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