Testimonials I am very pleased to tell you that I earned 2nd place with 84 marks in the speech competition today. I would like to thank you very much for training me. I couldn't have achieved such a great result without you. I really appreciate it and am truly grateful for your help.
Thank you once again.
We encourage and develop the skills and confidence in children to sing, dance, act, and perform in front of an audience.
Children develop an awareness of music and its connection with their own bodies and experiences. Rhythm, pitch, and a range of musical styles are explored, as children discover the fundamentals of music in an interactive and energetic class.
Ballet - Royal Academy of Dance (With Lily & Cindy School of Ballet)
Taught according to the syllabus of the RAD, our ballet classes incorporate the fundamentals of classical ballet and encourage good discipline and technique, as well as an understanding of movement. Students perform in an open class at the end of each term. Students intending to take the RAD exams must attend classes twice per week.
An exciting performance class based on the themes and songs of theatrical productions and musicals. Children are taught a range of dramatic techniques, as well as singing, choreography, and musical interpretation (with appropriate props and costumes). Students perform in an open class at the end of each term, and may be prepared for the Trinity Guildhall Young Performers' certificates.
A challenging performance class based on theatrical productions and musicals. Students learn a range of advanced dramatic techniques, as well as singing, choreography, and musical interpretation (with appropriate props and costumes). They perform in an open class at the end of each term.
Popular singing and performance lessons, concentrating on extending voice range and power, developing breath control and teaching an appreciation for musical notation. Exams are available through the ABRSM. Students perform in an open class at the end of each term and are prepared for the Hong Kong Music Festival.
This is a structured but creative drama and performance class, encouraging exploration of different situations, moods, feelings, dialogue, group interaction, and individual development; strong emphasis on speech, diction, projection, and delivery (with appropriate props and costumes). Students perform in an open class at the end of each term, and may be prepared for the Trinity Guildhall Young Performers’ certificates.
Trinity Guildhall Performance (Initial to Grade 8)
More advanced courses for children eager to develop their interest in speech and drama, performing text, acting, and Shakespeare through the syllabus of the Trinity Guildhall Examination Board. Students are also prepared for the Hong Kong Speech Festival.
Australian Teachers of Dancing (AToD) This course introduces the AToD syllabus where students are exposed to the fun world of mime, music, and dance. It explores the concepts of space and musicality, and improves co-ordination, fine and gross motor skills, and the development of self-expression. Students perform in an open class at the end of each term.
Trinity’s groundbreaking Rock & Pop syllabus provides the opportunity for singers to gain accredited qualifications through performing carefully arranged songs in the rock and pop genres. Performance is at the core of the course as students develop voice and breath control and enhance vocal technique. This course is guaranteed to bring out the maestro or diva in you!
Experiment with rhythm, sound, and movement as your feet connect with the floor. These lessons explore the different styles of tap dance, increasing students’ confidence, expression, and musicality in all dance areas. Appropriate attire must be worn and is available at our centres.
Trinity Guildhall – Speech Communication (Grades 1 to 8)
Students follow the Trinity Guildhall syllabus and are prepared for their examinations and the Hong Kong Speech Festival. The focus is on developing personal communication skills, covering all aspects of vocal development and presentation skills.
This is an exciting journey of theatrical storytelling, incorporating music, mask, mime, and puppetry. The course draws upon tales and myths from different continents, through which children will develop key technical skills that will be showcased in an exciting theatrical final performance of their own making. The emphasis is on exploration and building confidence in communication through a more improvised theatrical experience.