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NEW – Piano Exercises book

17th January 2016

Trinity College London has just released Piano Exercises, a new compilation of attractive short pieces designed to support the development of specific aspects of piano technique. Ranging in difficulty from pre-Grade 1 to Grade 8 level, the exercises in this book were originally composed for Trinity piano exams and offer valuable supplementary material for lessons and […]


2015 Medal Winners

20th December 2015

Congratulations to the following candidates have won Bronze or Silver medals for their success in grade examinations in 2015. For award criteria, see the Criteria for Medals on the Recognition page.   Music Centres Adelaide Bronze        Alexandra Dobson (Harp Grade 3) Silver          Lily Mie Horner (Pedal Harp Grade 6)   Armidale Bronze        Keeley O’Connor (Clarinet Grade 1) […]


Exhibition Awards Announced for 2014

1st December 2015

Exhibition Awards are announced annually and awarded to candidates who have gained the highest distinction marks in a practical examination at Grades 5 – 8 and Advanced Certificate in both Music and Drama & Speech. The award-winning candidates receive a monetary prize and a beautifully hand-inscribed certificate from Trinity College London. The value of each […]


Malcolm Ball – Music Examiner Aug/Sept 2015

11th September 2015

Welcome to Malcolm Ball LRAM who is examining Music candidates in Australia for our Term 3 exams. Malcolm has over 30 years experience as a professional musician working in many areas of the industry including recording, composing/arranging and performing as percussionist, drummer and keyboard player in many diverse musical mediums from early to contemporary music. He […]


Mark Eager conducts in FNQ

8th August 2015

Mark Eager, who is Principal Conductor and Artistic Director of the Welsh Sinfonia and a Trinity College London Senior Examiner, has since 2012, made an annual visit to Cairns to conduct the Cairns Winter Music School. This adult orchestral workshop gives the opportunity for experienced orchestral musicians, instrumental teachers and tertiary students to come together […]


New Strings Syllabus for 2016 available now

10th July 2015

Our new 2016-2019 Strings syllabus is available to download now. The new syllabus features brand new repertoire lists for violin, viola and harp, and updated repertoire lists for all other instruments covering a wide range of styles and genres. New technical work includes newly commissioned studies at Grades 1-5 and newly selected orchestral extracts at […]


NEW: Sound at Sight (2nd series) Singing book 3 & CD

14th March 2015

Accompanied sight singing tests have been introduced at grades 6-8 in the new 2015-2017 Singing syllabus, making the format of the tests consistent throughout the grades. This new book contains sight reading pieces to support the new requirements. The new Sound at Sight (2nd series) Singing book 3 & CD: Contains 27 sight reading pieces […]


Star-struck students shine with actor Jason Clarke

4th March 2015

Article by Tracey Fairhurst, reprinted from Port Macquarie Post (10 Dec 2014) STUDENTS at St Josephs Primary School in Port Macquarie were privileged to receive a visit from acclaimed Australian actor Jason Clarke. Clarke, who has appeared in international hits including Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, The Great Gatsby, Zero Dark Thirty and […]


Exhibition Awards Announced for 2013

20th December 2014

Exhibition Awards are announced annually and awarded to candidates who have gained the highest distinction marks in a practical examination at Grades 5 – 8 and Advanced Certificate in both Music and Drama & Speech. The award-winning candidates receive a monetary prize and a beautiful hand-inscribed certificate from Trinity College London. The value of each […]


New Centre opens in Darwin

7th November 2014

Trinity College London music examinations have reached as far as Darwin in the Northern Territory. The first Trinity examiner to visit the Top End was Dr Marc Rochester.   “The inaugural Trinity College music examinations at The Essington School Darwin, held in October were a great success. The examinations formed part of the community-based Academy of Youth […]


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