With the world at large experiencing such great challenges it is important for us not to forget to keep celebrating positive stories - in particular the achievements of young people who lead, create, perform and enjoy personal growth in sometimes difficult circumstances.
To support this celebration, we are delighted to announce our showcase of 41 young people who have shown exceptional qualities while achieving Trinity College London qualifications in the UK during 2019.
TrinityTalent invites teachers, parents and peers to nominate young people who have shown notable achievement, creativity, progress or leadership. In 2019 nominations were open for students of Arts Award, Drama, Classical and Jazz and Rock & Pop qualifications.
The scheme celebrates talented and hard-working young artists and shows how Trinity qualifications can support their development and future options. At Trinity we want our programmes to build a wide range of personal and transferable skills as well as technical mastery and exam achievements.
Finn Genockey, a drummer who was featured in the Class of 2018, sums this up:
‘The pieces within these exams provided the starting blocks I needed to start delving into different areas in music... now I’m closer to discovering the kind of music that I truly connect with the most.’
Sarah Kemp, our CEO, adds her congratulations:
'Trinity is delighted to celebrate the creativity and achievements of these young artists and proud that Trinity exams have supported their development. Congratulations to the Class of 2019 — we’ll be watching your future paths.’
TrinityTalent is run in collaboration with Voice magazine and you can meet these young artists and experience some of their work at TrinityTalent | Class of 2019.