BA (Hons) Music Performance and Industry at Trinity Laban - UCAS

Trinity Laban

Degree level: Undergraduate
UCAS Conservatoires
Awarded by: Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance

BA (Hons) Music Performance and Industry

Course summary

Our popular music students have the freedom to develop their own creative identity in a vibrant, forward-thinking and socially engaged community of performers, producers and creators. As a popular music student, you’ll be studying on our new BA (Hons) in Music Performance and Industry, a course that develops your personal artistic identity whilst giving you a deep understanding of how your music sits within the broader musical landscape. We’ll give you the tools to understand what it means to be a musician in the 21st century so that you can realise your full potential. Hone your skills You’ll develop your own unique voice through group classes, lectures, seminars and one-to-one tutorials. You’ll also have the freedom to pursue your own creative ambitions through individual and group project work, with expert teachers, visiting artists and your fellow peers guiding you along the way. Collaborate Collaboration and experimentation sits at the heart of this specialism. You’ll spend a lot of time working with your peers, learning from one another in situations that replicate working life. You’ll work alongside the Trinity Laban production team and collaborate with classical, jazz, musical theatre and dance students. Use our outstanding facilities We’ll help you to develop vital skills in music production so that you can present your work in the best way possible. Our recording studio features a large control room with high quality microphones and preamps, and a keyboard laboratory, which is equipped with full sized weighted electronic pianos and state-of-the-art software, including Logic, Pro Tools, Sibelius and Ableton. Learn from the best Our tutors are leading performers and industry professionals. We’ll inspire you to become a forward-thinking, technically excellent and socially engaged musician with a firm understanding of all aspects of a performing career. Experience the Industry We do more than just give you instrumental lessons – we equip you with the skills needed to thrive in the professional world. Work placements allows you to gain hand-on experience and a practical understanding of how the industry works, whilst visiting artists enable you to make lifelong connections with people working in the field.

Course details

Principal study options

During the application and audition process, you must select which instrument(s) you wish to specialise in for the duration of your course. On this course, you can choose from the following options:

Single specialism

Only one instrument is studied. It may be possible to study a further instrument formatively, but this will not contribute towards the qualification.


For all courses, you must select at least one specialism from the 'primary' list. For those studying primary/secondary pathways, two instruments may be selected – one from the 'primary' list and one from the 'secondary' list. Joint pathway students may select any two instruments from either list.

Primary instrument/specialism

  • Accordion
  • Any Musical Instrument
  • Cello
  • Composition
  • Double Bass
  • Drumkit

How to apply

This course is closed for the 2023 academic cycle. Please contact the provider or view the 2024 courses.

*If you are an international applicant, or you are applying for a postgraduate course, or are choosing certain assessment locations, the 'on time' deadline may be later in the year - please contact the conservatoire directly.

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Points of entry

The following entry points are available for this course:

  • Year 1

International applicants

We welcome applications from across the world and accept a wide range of international qualifications. For more information please see

Entry requirements

Qualification requirements

Assessment locations

In the event of a successful assessment, applicants may be invited for a further interview prior to being made an offer.

Remote assessment recordings may be accepted in the event that you cannot attend an assessment in person.

Single specialism assessment

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Joint principal specialism assessment

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OnlineNot available at this location

Fees and funding

Tuition fees

No fee information has been provided for this course

Tuition fee status depends on a number of criteria and varies according to where in the UK you will study. For further guidance on the criteria for home or overseas tuition fees, please refer to the UKCISA website .

Additional fee information

No additional fees or cost information has been supplied for this course, please contact the provider directly.
BA (Hons) Music Performance and Industry at Trinity Laban - UCAS