Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance is the UK’s only conservatoire of music and contemporary dance.
Leaders in music and contemporary dance education, we also provide exciting opportunities for the public to encounter dance and music, and access arts health programmes. The unequalled expertise and experience of our staff and our world class facilities are housed in landmark buildings.
In 2005, Trinity College of Music and Laban, leading centres of music and contemporary dance, came together to form Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, the UK’s first ever conservatoire of music and dance. Our innovative course provision, exciting performances and groundbreaking education, community and social inclusion work make Trinity Laban a leader in the advancement of creative artistic practice. Our unique conjunction has created exciting opportunities for collaboration between instrumentalists, singers, composers, dancers and choreographers.
From one-off taster workshops to weekly classes, courses, creative arts projects and music/dance collaborations, our public programmes attract participants of all ages, whatever their background or ability.
Activities include special programmes for participants with disabilities, older people, children and families as well as professional development and training opportunities for music and dance practitioners.
- We want to contribute to the cultural life of South East London, support social and economic wellbeing and healthy living by sharing our expertise and forming partnerships with others
- We want to be a resource for local people and partners while driving the development of new opportunities to experience music and dance participation
- We want to engage with some of London’s most socially excluded communities and form partnerships with schools, local authorities, community groups and regeneration agencies
- We want to widen participation in music and dance education in order to facilitate progression and improve access to Higher Education
- We want to inspire new generations of music and dance practitioners to develop fulfilling careers with a passion for engaging new audiences and sharing their art form with others
Inspired Not Tired
Creative music and dance activity for older people aged 60 and above in Lewisham.
Inspired not Tired provides opportunities for older adults to take part in creative activity, engage in projects with other groups including other local groups for older adults, schools and Trinity Laban students, perform at venues across London, develop new creative skills and connect with other likeminded people in your local area. The programme is supported by Lewisham Council.
Dance Classes for Adults
New 50+ Contemporary Dance
General Level – Emily Jenkins – Wednesday 18.45 – 20.15h
This is a brand new general level class for anyone 50+ if you love to move and want to refine your dance technique.
The class is designed to deepen your knowledge of the dancing body and explore new ways of moving and expressing yourself. You’ll be encouraged to shift and travel through the space, learning different dance phrases and improving your musicality. Classes will start gently and build in response to the group, ensuring a fun and supportive environment, led by Emily Jenkins.