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The Rock & Pop exams are part of a suite of qualifications offered by Trinity College London across a range of musical styles, instruments and disciplines. These include grades in classical performance, jazz performance and theory. The syllabus explains how the Rock & Pop exams relate to Trinity College London’s other qualifications.
All our Rock & Pop exams are fully accredited in the same way that our other graded exams are accredited. This includes accreditation by regulators in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Each exam is given a credit value and a level in the QCF in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. This means that you can put your achievement in the Trinity Rock & Pop exams towards further qualifications. There are details of how the grades map to the QCF on our Syllabus page.
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The latest video in Trinity’s series of Rock & Pop 2018 syllabus showcases is now live.
Trinity has now released the third in its series of videos showcasing some of the songs on the new Rock & Pop 2018 syllabus.
Following the release of our first video showcasing some of the songs included on the new Rock & Pop 2018 syllabus, Trinity has just launched t