• Miles Hedley


Updated: Apr 7

Trinity Laban is campaigning to keep the arts alive during the Covid 19 lockdown by asking staff, students - past and present - and audiences to share their music and dance practices online.

Using the hashtag #SelfIsolationCreation, the scheme aims to showcase the talent and resourcefulness of TL and the wider community to inspire and entertain at a time of global crisis.

The conservatoire already runs Tunes From Home, an initiative led by its composition department, which sees a live stream every weekday evening at 8pm on TL’s YouTube channel.

Now it’s asking campus members and alumni to send head of composition Dominic Murcott videos lasting between two and five minutes via Dropbox, Yousendit or WeTransfer.

Meanwhile, TL’s health staff are determined to help protect our physical and mental well-being and have devised at-home workouts, starting with yoga flow for breath awareness with Vanessa Michielon.

For more details about the conservatoire’s excellent #SelfIsolationCreation campaign, go to https://www.trinitylaban.ac.uk/news/introducing-selfisolationcreation

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