Another fantastic term for the Trinity Boys’ Choir

Music | 30th November 2018

Our world famous Trinity Boy’s Choir have been very busy this term. We’ve put together a round up of the amazing work they have been doing.

Lucas Rebato, Kiran Patel and Dionysios Sevastikis have been in Valencia, Spain, since half term, rehearsing for performances of Graham Vicks’s production of Mozart’s The Magic Flute. The first performance is on Saturday and we wish them much success.

We also wish two of our younger singers Daniel Todd and Leo Jemison success as they sing in Christmas concerts with the London Philharmonic Orchestra on Sunday.

Caspar Burman, Kamran Adjepong, Aman de Silva and Freddie Jemison are to be congratulated on two outstanding recent performances in Paris with the Philharmonie de Paris of a contemporary opera called Shellshock with music by Nicholas Lens and lyrics by the Australian rock musician Nick Cave. The performances were filmed and will shortly be released as a DVD.

Congratulations also to Freddie Jemison for his solo in the UK premiere of Weinberg’s 21st Symphony last Saturday with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra. The performance was recorded for CD release on the famous Deutsche Grammophon label and the reviews were highly complimentary.

The choir has had a busy year in the recording studio with contributions to the soundtracks of The Nutcracker and the Four Realms and Kursk already released.

Congratulations to the boys who gave up two days of their summer holiday to record the soundtrack of Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, which has just been released and to Lucas Rebato who recorded a solo on the newly released soundtrack of the video game Battlefield V.

There are more exciting plans in the pipeline for 2019, we look forward to more adventures!