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Trinity News : August 2011
TRINITY NEWS 41 The Junior School Evening of Music, a highlight on the Trinity calendar, was an exciting evening, providing a platform for performance featuring our boys as soloists, musicians, and as a part of ensembles. It provides a nurturing environment with standards of excellence and clear goals, allowing students to perform at their very best whether beginners or advanced musicians. More than 140 boys participated in the disciplines of strings, woodwind, brass, keyboard, percussion and voice. Ensembles were intertwined with 42 contrasting solo performances, from Mancini to Mozart and Debussy, and each boy, regardless of age or ability level, performed with a real regard for the musical style, breathing life and passion into their music rather than just, ‘playing the notes. Having become accustomed to performing through weekly performances during Chapel, singing and during class, studio concerts, and combined music festivals such as IPSHA and our own Primary Arts Festival, an evening concert with a large audience becomes a more rewarding experience. The evening opened with all of Year Four performing with vitality and enthusiasm on string, wind or brass instruments, displaying skills and techniques learnt during their weekly instrumental programme. The Year Two boys are eagerly awaiting their opportunity in the Term Four Evening of Music. Undoubtedly our Junior School boys are keen to display their love of music to their friends and family! Peter Fox | Head of Junior School Music The Junior School Evening of Music TRINITY NEWS 41