The changes for the new syllabus are being added. All the exercises for the present syllabus will remain as they are until the end of the coming exam period.

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... we will tell you about the tests for your grade

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For further details including the opportunity to try out demos, please select a grade on the left hand side. To reveal a list of the grades for an examining body, click on the button on the left hand side, and a menu of the grades will show beneath it

What is Trinity College London Aural

About Trinity College London Aural

What is Trinity College London Aural?

Trinity Guildhall offers a range of grade examinations for all instruments and voice across nine levels from Initial to Grade 8. These examinations assess performance and technical skills from beginner to accomplished performer. 

Musicians all over the world will find that the repertoire lists, supporting lists and Trinity Guildhall publications will guide, assist and enrich every pupil and teacher.

Some of the key features of Trinity Guildhall examinations:

  • A wide range of repertoire - developed through consultation with teachers worldwide
  • Supporting a range of learning and teaching styles - with a new approach to Technical Work, Aural and other tests to benefit both students and teachers.
  • Putting performance at the heart of the exam - with a mark scheme that awards a higher proportion of the marks to the performance of the pieces, and with Technical Work focused on developing performance skills.
  • Publications - including new books and CD recordings of repertoire, all available from our online store


Trinity Guildhall examinations are accredited in England, Wales and Northern Ireland by the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority, DELLS and CEA.  They also attract UCAS points for students applying to UK colleges and universities.  Various arrangements are in place with education authorities worldwide.