Trinity Laban Conservatoire Hong Kong auditions

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How to apply

In order to secure your audition, you must apply via UCAS Conservatoires

UCAS Conservatoires is a specialised online admissions service which processes applications for undergraduate, postgraduate and other programmes at UK conservatoires. When submitting your application, the UCAS Conservatoire Code for Trinity Laban is: T75

For more information, email hongkong@trinitylaban.ac.uk


Accompanists

We are unable to provide accompanists, so please ensure that you make arrangements to bring your own if required.

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Audition in Hong Kong – study in London

Trinity Laban, one of the world’s leading centres for the training of music and contemporary dance, will come to Hong Kong for auditions and workshops.

Applications for 2019 entry are now open and music auditions will take place in Hong Kong in January 2019.


Music Auditions

We welcome applications to audition for all of Trinity Laban’s music programmes in Hong Kong. To find out more about our music programmes, please visit our study pages.

 

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Organizers

Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance

King Charles Court, Old Royal Naval College, London SE10 9JF, United Kingdom

https://www.trinitylaban.ac.uk

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hongkong@trinitylaban.ac.uk

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