How To Enter Trinity Online Music Exams

Online Graded Exams

All exams will take place digitally until further notice. Your teacher will inform you in the emailed Teaching Notes if you are being prepared to enter the exam by the end of this half-term. You can also contact Trinity if you require further assistance for an issue not listed below.

Here is what you will need to record at home and send to Trinity in one unedited take:

Record in any order that you like but the pieces must be played in the order listed on the submission form (link below).

3 pieces played fluently with all dynamics ~ nb we advise using a well-tuned piano for this if possible. Please get your piano tuned before the exam. We recommend these tuners:
Robert Parr ~ 07952 411156
AMH Pianos ~ ~ 07385 124917

See here for recordings of the 2021-2023 graded pieces but the 2018-2020 syllabus can also be submitted.

2 Exercises (choose your 2 favourites)

A selection of scales (See this document for details of which to prepare). We advise on announcing the name of each scale and the dynamic on the video performance.

What you need to do next:

  1. Select your pieces from the relevant syllabus
  2. Select your technical work group
  3. Download and complete your submission and information form in MS Word or PDF format
  4. Take photos or scan your pieces (if necessary – please see the guidance document)
  5. Watch the Filming Guide video and check the Filming Guidance document for video requirements. Piano candidates should also read Piano Requirements document.
  6. Enter online here:

Paul Evernden joins our Music Teaching Team

We are delighted to welcome Paul Evernden to the team on Thursday afternoons. He teaches piano, clarinet, music theory and music aptitude/scholarship preparation. Drop us an email to book a lesson with Paul at our studio in East Dulwich.

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