Trinity has recently launched a new blog series, Talk Trinity. Exploring the wider thinking and values that underpin everything we do. We hope that these blog posts will spark thought and discussion amongst the learning community, and so encourage you to share the posts, and comment on them with your thoughts.
Take a look at our first two pieces:
Nick Beach, Trinity’s Academic Director, considers whether a qualification with such a long history can provide current learners with a relevant musical pathway today.
‘How do we recognise the fact that young people need to own their musical experience – that they need to be able to set their own musical agenda, their own musical pathway, and that we need to support them to develop their own musical identity?’.
Read the full post here.
Trinity’s lead senior examiner, Peter Wild, talks about the values that underpinned the creation of our new Piano 2018-2020 syllabus.
‘The new syllabus covers a vast array of musical styles. Rather than narrow choice by genre we leave the choices to teachers and pupils so they can personalise the experience to make it relevant and engaging for them’.
Read these and other pieces about everything musical at Trinity, including news from around the world, information about our syllabuses and publications, and useful performance and exam advice for students and teachers alike on our Music blog.
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