TRINITY TALENT | CLASS OF 2018 | CALL FOR NOMINATIONS
Voice magazine is delighted to be working with Trinity College London to profile talented young people achieving Trinity’s music qualifications in the UK.
We’re calling on teachers and students to NOMINATE young musicians aged 13-25 who have shown one (or more!) of the following during 2018:
MUSICAL ACHIEVEMENT | CREATIVITY | PROGRESS | LEADERSHIP
We’ll feature these talented musicians and the centres which support them in an online gallery and each young person will receive individual appreciation from Trinity. This isn’t just for your high fliers - we welcome nominations of young people who have overcome setbacks or disadvantages in any category.
NOMINATE young people on the form below before 14 December
Trinity will check all nominations and Voice will contact approved nominees for a photo and quote. We can only feature those whom we can contact.
Here's a bit more detail about the nomination categories:
MUSICAL ACHIEVEMENT: musical skill, excellence in performance
This could be a top performer or someone who has noticeably developed their skills this year
CREATIVITY: original composition, arrangement, improvisation
Innovators who use their skills to create great new sounds or works of music
PROGRESS: distance travelled, commitment, stamina, personal development
Young people who have put in the time and effort to make progress, perhaps against the odds?
LEADERSHIP: leading, supporting or inspiring others
Those who’ve played a role in helping others to achieve or leading ensembles
TERMS OF NOMINATION
- Teachers, music teachers, students or parents can nominate (but you can't nominate yourself, sorry!)
- Nominees should be aged 13-25* and have achieved a Trinity qualification in Rock & Pop or Classical & Jazz music in the UK during 2018
- Nominees must agree to be nominated & provide a contact email or phone number
- Voice cannot feature any young person who can't be contacted
- We may not be able to feature every nominee and Trinity's decision is final
*Trinity may extend the age range after the first year of this recognition scheme