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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 […]

Trinity on display at Child & Family Expo

26th October 2014

Sydney Drama Representative, Angela Tesoriero hosted a display at the weekend’s Child & Family Expo in the Sydney suburb of Chatswood. Much interest was shown in Trinity’s impressive suite of Drama & Speech pathways from parents, looking at enriching their child’s learning.

A new home for Trinity in London

7th August 2014

On 18 August 2014, Trinity marks another milestone in its development, with the move of all central function teams to a new home in London. Located in Southwark, the Blue Fin Building was designed by award-winning architects Allies & Morrison in 2007. It has admirable environmental credentials and was voted the ‘Best Corporate Workplace’ in the UK. […]

Mackay Medal Winners 2013

7th July 2014

Trinity College London announces top awardees in Music and Drama and Speech for 2013. The College congratulates medal winners for outstanding performances in their examinations, held in 2013. Medals were awarded to the highest distinction passes up to grade 8, within the Mackay Centre. Senior (Silver) medals in music were shared by Lochlann Crowley and […]

New piano syllabus for 2015-2017 available now

2nd July 2014

The new Piano syllabus is available now and is valid from 2015 to 2017. The syllabus contains full details of our grade exams in Piano and Piano Accompanying, including brand new repertoire lists featuring a wide range of styles and genres, as well as new technical work.


23rd June 2014

In what will be an occasional series of Flashback blogs, we take a look at Trinity and its successful candidates of old. Showing the evolution of Trinity over a distinguished and long history in Australia, it is now an innovative world leader in assessment for the Performing Arts. In Australia, we are proud to have […]

Our Examiners

24th May 2014

Our examiners are an amazing group of people from all over the world. Not only using analytical skills and expert knowledge in assessing students in more than 60 countries, examiners also engage great people skills in providing the best possible examination experience possible to a wide range of candidates (in both nationality, age and background).

Mollie Guilfoyle – Drama & Speech Examiner – May/June 2014

19th May 2014

MOLLIE GUILFOYLE – Examiner in Drama and Speech Subjects Educated at Loreto Grammar School, Bournemouth Technical College and The Mountview Theatre School, Mollie Guilfoyle has pursued a career in the Theatre which has included acting, directing and, more recently, teaching. She worked for several years as an actress before training in Classical Mime.  She co-founded Intriplicate […]

Garry Wilkinson – Visiting Music Examiner – June 2014

18th May 2014

 (Examiner in Music) Garry was born in London and was educated at Hampstead School, the Centre for Young Musicians, the London Schools Symphony Orchestra and Trinity College of Music, London where he studied the trombone with George Maxted and gained the Licentiate qualification. His compositional studies were guided […]

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