During the final week of the Easter holiday, singing could be heard in the otherwise silent school. Fifty choristers from the Junior Form up to the Sixth Form spent two days working on a wide range of choral music which they recorded and filmed in Trinity Concert Hall. This replaced the annual Choristers’ Course in which boys visit a British cathedral, and the videos will be released over the coming weeks…

Following this, twenty-two boys and girls gathered to record a film soundtrack for a forthcoming Netflix film. This is the first time the school’s studio has been used to record a film soundtrack. It was both a technological feat and a musical challenge, with our Director of Music, David Swinson, communicating with the composer and director via an audio link and our engineer working in sync with a remote sound crew.

We are not allowed to reveal the identity of the film until it is released, so watch this space!

“We were most fortunate to have Trinity parent, Mark Rogers, as our engineer. The team from Aardvark, the production company, were delighted with the quality of both our studio and our musical performance."

Mr Swinson, Head of Music

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