Musical chairs

February 23, 2007

Trinity Laban, the UK's first Conservatoire of Music and Dance, announced the appointment of Derek Aviss and Anthony Bowne as principals this week.

Mr Aviss was formerly deputy principal and latterly director of Trinity College of Music; Mr Bowne held the post of director of Laban, which merged to form the Trinity Laban last August.

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