Trinity’s Licentiate (LTCL) music performance diploma
29 April 2015
There has been recent media attention focusing on Curtis Elton, a young musician in the UK who has been awarded the Licentiate of Trinity College London (LTCL) qualification at the age of 11. This is a significant achievement and we offer him, and all other successful candidates, our congratulations.
Trinity is proud to support young musicians around the world as they set out and progress on a lifetime of musical appreciation and achievement.
About the LTCL music performance diploma
- Trinity’s LTCL music performance diploma is a Level 6 qualification, not a degree.
- It is a stand-alone qualification in musical performance for those wishing to extend their competence and skills in performance of music.
- Although both Level 6 qualifications, the LTCL is comparable to the final year of an undergraduate degree in terms of level of demand, rather than breadth of content.
- Trinity diplomas are specialist in nature and do not cover the same breadth of study as degree programmes.
- Trinity College London is a leading international exam board and awards qualifications to candidates learning music around the world.