Trinity Piano 2023 | Free sample repertoire

Piano - Initial to Grade 8

Piano repertoire your students will love to learn

Trinity's Piano 2023 repertoire selection leaves teachers and students spoilt for choice. With exciting new styles and genres, such as TV & film, video games and huge pop hits.

Students can access more of the music they know and love. So, lessons and practice become more fun and rewarding and something to look forward to. Our repertoire also supports the development of musical knowledge, through exploration of new cultures and song styles.

There's an inspiring range of 42 pieces at each grade across the 2021 and 2023 Trinity repertoire books. This means you can still play classical favourites alongside new contemporary pieces. Try some today!

Get free sample repertoire now!

Download our free interactive sample repertoire booklet to hear some of the pieces, play them for yourself and find out more about the composers and arrangers. We've included:

  • Initial – ‘Korobeiniki’ - Trad. Russian arr. Chris Hussey.
  • Grade 2 – ‘Learning to Ride’ – Mark Choi
  • Grade 3 – ‘Mountain Spirit’ – Mari Sainio
  • Grade 4 – ‘They’re Getting Away’ – Michael Price
  • Grade 5 – ‘Ice Dance’ (extract) – Seána Davey
  • Grade 8 – ‘Investigations’ (extract) – Zhenyan Li

Plus, you can also access a new podcast series where we chat with some of the composers featured in the Piano 2023 syllabus about their pieces and the inspiration behind their music.

And as a bonus, we'll also include an exclusive 20% discount code available for any piano eBooks purchased from our online store!

“Trying to convince my daughter to pick Dragonball Z theme song for her grade 8 Trinity piano exams! Ever since the switch from ABRSM to Trinity, my kids are more motivated to play and enjoying the journey so much more."

Dr Alex Koh

Download the sample repertoire booklet

New Repertoire-only pathway

Students can perform more of the music they love when taking a digital exam with our new Repertoire-only pathway. This option is for those who prefer to showcase their musical achievements through a programme of repertoire, instead of a combination of pieces and technical work.

For their exam recording, candidates will perform four pieces, or five at Grades 6-8 for Singing.

Find out more about the Repertoire-only pathway.

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