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Digital assessment arrangements for Communication Skills from 2021

19th January 2021

We are delighted to announce that Trinity is preparing to release a digital version of its Communication Skills graded exams. From the beginning of February candidates will  be able to take individual assessments, in Trinity-registered exam centres, with a Trinity examiner online via  video conferencing software. The exam content and skills assessed remain the same as for the live format exams with visiting examiners. This means that candidates can continue to prepare for their Communication Skills graded exams, in the usual way, in addition to enjoying the […]


Digital Grades and Diplomas – Entries now open

10th November 2020

To enter, you simply send your entry forms with payment to your local representative. For Sydney, Newcastle, Mackay and Melbourne entrants and all other locations not serviced by local representative, an online booking form and payment page is available here: Enter Online Once entries are received and inputted into the Trinity system, the applicant will […]


Syllabus extensions for Music and Drama

10th November 2020

In light of the pandemic, Trinity has extended various syllabuses earlier in the year. Here’s a quick summary. Music The following classical graded syllabuses overlap period has been extended until 31 July 2021: Strings 2016-2019 Syllabus Percussion 2017-2019 Syllabus Guitar 2016-2019 Syllabus The following classical and jazz graded syllabuses overlap period has been extended until […]


Digital Grades and Diplomas – October Update

30th October 2020

Trinity is pleased to announce the release of the syllabus specifications for the Digital Grades and Diplomas (Music, Rock & Pop, Drama). These are now available to download from the website and detail all the requirements for the assessments. There is also a short video to help candidates prepare for the exams. On the website you will find filming guidelines and […]


Drama graded exams from September 2020

14th March 2020

Prepare to Perform Five new drama syllabus specifications to develop confidence and communication through solo and group performance from Initial to Grade 8 Five performance subjects to choose from: Acting, Communication Skills, Musical Theatre, Performance Arts, Speech and Drama covering the broadest range of contemporary performance and theatre-making. Designed for a diverse range of contemporary […]


Original Piano Young Composers Competition

5th April 2019

Trinity College London is pleased to announce a call for unpublished original compositions for its Piano syllabus 2021-2023 from young composers Trinity’s aim is to encourage, motivate and champion composers early in their careers and in doing so, to celebrate the diversity and creativity of those that take Trinity exams. The competition is open to […]


Melbourne MUSIC Representative Opportunity

11th February 2019

We are currently looking for a new Music Representative to take on the administrative role in Melbourne. Supporting for teachers and schools, along with administering the examination sessions are the primary functions of this role. This would ideally suit a Music teacher (who either works at a school or in a private studio setting), and […]


Tribute to Anne Thompson – Mackay Representative

5th July 2018

Anne Thompson will be remembered always as a wonderful teacher to many and Mackay has been blessed for her life in music. Anne passed away last Thursday at home. For Trinity College London, Anne was a local area representative since 1980 – an extraordinary length of service having made her as one of the longest […]


Music Diplomas – New Syllabus Update

13th June 2018

Here is some information about the implementation of the new music performance diplomas syllabus. The current syllabus (2009-2018) will be extended until the end of July 2019. The new syllabus (from 2019) will be used from the beginning of August 2019. Please note that there will be no overlap between syllabuses, so candidates will not […]


Trinity College London and Musical Futures Australia in new partnership

12th April 2018

In 2018, Trinity College London and Musical Futures Australia will be working in partnership to develop new resources and approaches for music learning, bringing together teachers from the Musical Futures Australia communities with the aim of engaging more students with music for longer. The two organisations share a deep commitment to ensuring that musical learning is […]


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