Instruments

Bass

If you want to develop your bass-playing skills while playing great music, then our new Rock & Pop exams and songbooks are for you. Our Bass song lists include music from Radiohead, Ramones, INXS and Muse.

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Drums

Whatever your musical ambitions, when you take our exams and work through our songbooks you’ll improve your technique while playing great rock and pop music. The song lists for our Drums exams include music by the Rolling Stones, The Who, R.E.M. and Green Day.

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Guitar

If you’re a guitarist keen to improve your technique or take the first steps towards a career in the music industry, then Trinity’s Rock & Pop Guitar exams are for you. Our song lists include music by The Kinks, Kings of Leon, The Strokes and the Jimi Hendrix Experience.

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Keyboards

When you take our Keyboards exams and work through our songbooks, you’ll improve your skills while playing some great classic and recent rock and pop music. The song lists for our Keyboards exams include music by ABBA, David Bowie, Michael Jackson and Miley Cyrus.

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Vocals

If you want to develop your vocal technique while singing some great rock and pop songs, our new exams and songbooks are for you. The Vocals song lists include music by Dusty Springfield, George Michael, Leona Lewis and Jeff Buckley.

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Groups

Playing in a band is exciting – making music together and creating your band’s unique sound and identity. Your band can take three levels of Rock & Pop exams – Foundation, Intermediate and Advanced.

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16 Jun

Rock & Pop 2018 is coming soon

Real songs. Real skills. Real progress.

29 Mar

Meet another of Trinity’s Rock & Pop examiners

'Imagine you’ve just walked on stage [with] 20,000 people screaming your name.'

16 Mar

Get ideas for giving your vocals performance excitement and edge with Trinity’s new vocals improvising skills videos

Improvisation is a key skill for contemporary musicians. Many of the best tracks you hear came from studio improvisation sessions.