Whether it be in the form of a band that moved you deeply or a dance you
shared with someone special – we have always had a connection with music.
Founded in 1986 by John E. Marshall, Marshall Music has held its place in
the South African music industry for almost 30 years, with a then very
young Mr. Marshall being the only supplier of marching band and classical
instruments in South Africa.
Since Johns partnership with his son Dayne Marshall in 1993, Marshall Music
has grown into one of the largest suppliers of musical and sound equipment
in the country, with 8 branches nationwide, South Africa’s largest
instrument retail warehouse and a gear and sound hire company.
We pride ourselves in providing outstanding quality and service to all our
clients because we know that from Liszt to Hendrix and Paganini to
Coltrane, the relationship between musicians and their instruments is
fundamental to the development of music.
Trinity College London is an international exam board with a rich heritage of academic rigour and a positive, supportive approach to assessment. We provide recodgnised and respected qualifications across a unique spectrum of communicative skills — from music, drama and arts activities to English language — at all levels.
Trinity exams and assessments are specifically designed to help students progress. They inspire learners and mark their achievement at each stage of their development and at all levels of competence. We also encourage candidates to bring their own choices and interests into our exams — this motivates students and makes the assessment more relevant and enjoyable.
At the heart of Trinity’s work is the support we provide for teachers, both in terms of specific support for teachers preparing candidates for our exams, and more general teacher development. Our work with teachers is supported by a growing international network of relationships with key education institutions. This ensures that our teachers have access to the best professional development available.