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Trinity News : November 2011
2 TRINITY NEWS SOA SOCIETY OF THE ARTS The Society of the Arts’ 2011 programme finishes in December with the popular annual exhibition, Shelf Life. With over 70 artists involved, it is an exuberant and wide-ranging exhibition, from sculpture and ceramics to limited edition prints and artist books. It brings to a close a year of remarkable concerts and exhibitions. Since the last edition of Trinity News, the Delmar Gallery has been transformed with sweeping floor-to-ceiling drawing installations for the exhibition Modern Ritual, and filled with the talents of our visual arts and design and technology students for the Trinity Arts Festival. In the Orchestra Room, an exhilarating performance melding jazz and Indian rhythms was given by tabla maestro, Bobby Singh and leading jazz saxophonist, Sandy Evans. With Brett Hirst on double bass, they played original compositions by Evans and early exponents of East/West fusion jazz such as John Coltrane. This was followed at the end of October by a piano recital by Gil Sullivan, whose interpretation of works by Liszt, Cary and Mozart was truly spellbinding. Sullivan is a renowned pianist, regularly touring to concert halls in Europe, Asia and America. He is also an exceptional educator, and we were pleased to arrange for him to give a master class to our senior music students. Catherine Benz | Convenor, Society of the Arts and Curator Delmar Gallery clockwise from top left: “Jurien” type C Photograph by Trent Parke | “It’s not always black and white” by Rew Hanks, finalist in the 59th Blake Prize | Joseph and James Tawadros | Bobby Singh, tabla player | Gil Sullivan, concert pianist | “Rising” detail of wall installation by Peter Hardy, exhibited in “Modern Ritual”