National Webinar: Trinity College Digital Grades & Diplomas for Singers

National Webinar: Trinity College Digital Grades & Diplomas for Singers

Event Details

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National Live webinar with Trinity College London

Thursday 29 April 2021 at 6.30pm–7.30pm (BST, GMT+1)

Trinity College London present their new Digital Grade and Diplomas assessments for Music, with a particular focus on the requirements for Singers. Led by singing specialist examiner, Luise Horrocks (pictured), and Head of Sector Support, Kate Attard, the session will introduce you to Trinity’s digital offer and what particular considerations you, as singing teachers, may need to take into consideration.

A recording of this event will be available for 90 days afterwards for anyone who has booked.

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About Luise Horrocks

After studying singing at the Royal College of Music, Luise Horrocks performed extensively as a soprano soloist throughout the UK and Europe. Specialising in oratorio, she has given many recitals, notably appearing on the opera stage at Buxton Opera House, performing a series of concerts and recitals in South Africa and USA, and making several recordings and broadcasts.

Luise runs an extensive private teaching practice in addition to having held positions at both the Junior and Senior departments of the Birmingham Conservatoire, and as a visiting lecturer at Birmingham University. She regularly gives master classes, choral workshops, presentations and teacher sessions both at home and abroad.

As Associate Chief Examiner in Music for Trinity, Luise travelled extensively and worked on syllabus setting, training and standardising the examiner panel, planning and delivering conferences, and designing Aural and Improvisation tests. Now working as a freelance consultant, she continues to have special responsibility for singing at Trinity, leading projects with diploma examiners and teacher support. Her publications include co-authoring a series of books of musical theatre repertoire, and contributing song selections and teaching notes for both the 2018 graded song books and new diploma recital anthologies. In 2016 she was awarded an HonTCL.

£10 AOTOS members
£15 non-members

A recording of this event will be available to attendees for 90 days after the event.

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