The Trinity Music Department has recently received a fantastic set of results following students’ examinations for instrumental playing or singing.
Each term students sit for examinations, working their way up from grade 1 to grade 8 and diploma level. As the examinations take place towards the end of terms, we usually get results during the following term.
We have had notable success at grade 8 and diploma level with twelve students recently achieving either merit or distinction. Many congratulations therefore to:
Special congratulations to two students who achieved exceptional marks: Isaac Rogers (143/150) and Leo Jemison (146/150).
Congratulations also to all the students who achieved Distinction in their examinations: Alix Chan, grade 1 Viola; Thomas Smith, grade 1 Clarinet; Leo Jemison, grade 7 Singing; Edi Haka, grade 7 Trombone; Thushan Peiris, grade 6 Singing, Victor Lanaspre, grade 5 Clarinet; Joshua Lai, grade 5 Clarinet and grade 7 Piano; Xavier Karelis, grade 5 Saxophone; Alexander Wright, grade 5 Piano; Felix Goodacre, grade 3 Flute; Rohan Duggal, grade 6 Viola.
All Trinity students are encouraged to be actively involved in a musical activity. To support this, free instrumental lessons are offered to new students who have previously not learnt an instrument.
Well over fifty instrumental groups rehearse each week, giving opportunities to players of all levels. These include orchestras, wind bands, jazz bands, guitar groups, percussion groups, and many chamber ensembles.
The calendar boasts concerts, masterclasses, competitions, courses and tours, all of which are organised to provide the very best musical experience.
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