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Music events, webinars and workshops


Syllabus Support Webinar: Introducing our new Drum Kit and Percussion syllabus

Date: 4 October 2019 - 3:30pm (UK time)

Suitable for all music teachers, in this webinar you can find out about key changes to the 2020 Drum Kit and Percussion syllabus, an overview of the repertoire, as well as top tips for teachers using the syllabus in the UK, and what support is available.

Register to join for free here.

Outside UK and Ireland, please contact your local representative to find out about other sessions and events on offer.


INSET and CPD – UK & Ireland

We are happy to provide bespoke INSET sessions in the UK and Ireland for audiences of 10 or more. Our most popular session is called Understanding the mark scheme, a 90 minute long session to help understand the Trinity diagnostic mark scheme and apply it to your teaching. This is a practical session involving using the criteria to mark real life music exam candidates.

If you would like us to deliver a Trinity workshop or information session, please download our INSET leaflet which gives more details and then make a request using our online application form.


Public events

We hold information sessions for teachers and learners who would like to find out more about our Classical, Jazz and Rock & Pop exams, ranging from basic introductions to graded exams through to syllabus-specific sessions with instrumental specialists. UK & Ireland upcoming sessions can be found on our Eventbrite page.

We also regularly attend major music education shows and conferences and often present sessions at these. Examples include the Music Mark, ISM and MMA Conferences and the Music Education Expo, and instrument-specific events such as the London Drum Show. Get in touch with us at music@trinitycollege.com if you would like us to present at your event.


Syllabus webinars – UK & Ireland

Join us online for a closer look at Trinity’s latest Music syllabuses in practice, including discussion of new features and top tips for teachers. You can attend live or watch any of the recordings at a time convenient to you. These sessions are designed for the UK & Ireland but all are welcome to join.

More dates coming soon - or view recordings of recent sessions below. Registration is free.


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