If you love music and drama, here’s the place to be. We’ve curated a collection of creative inspiration, career advice, interviews and stories from young people doing music and drama qualifications.
Not everyone who follows a career in music or drama takes a qualification, but many who do choose Trinity College London who Voice has worked with for some years. Trinity offers a huge array of grade exams to develop your skills and help you gain confidence in performing and communicating. A Trinity qualification can be a great addition to your CV if you’re looking for a career in the arts. They also run Arts Award, which helps you develop your creativity, knowledge of the cultural sector and arts leadership skills.
Voice is delighted to be working with Trinity College London again to profile talented young people achieving Trinity’s music, drama and Arts Award qualifications in the UK for TrinityTalent 2020. This year we have an extra special award for Arts Award alumni to celebrate 15 years of Arts Award supporting creativity! Find out what the judges are looking for.
TrinityTalent celebrates young artists who have developed their practice through Trinity qualifications. We celebrate young people who have participated in Arts Award, Rock & Pop, Classical & Jazz or Drama qualifications!
An open nominations process invites teachers, peers and family to propose young people taking Trinity College London qualifications who had shown excellence in Artistic Achievement, Creativity, Progress or Leadership. In 2019 we received an impressive 70 nominations from passionate teachers and parents! Watch this space for announcements about TRINITYTALENT 2020.
'Trinity is delighted to celebrate the creativity and achievements of these young artists and proud that Trinity exams have supported their development. Congratulations to the Class of 2019 — we’ll be watching your future paths.’ — Sarah Kemp, CEO, Trinity College London
Take a look below to find out where your arts qualification can lead you! Or find out how to get started with Trinity College London.