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The orchestras string players rehearse inside and within six feet of each other for the first time since the pandemic.

Play it by ear: Choir and orchestra adjust to COVID updates

Simultaneous high vaccination rates and new strains cause more changes in rehearsal protocol
Jordyn Guzman, Arts reporter September 9, 2021

With the most difficult part of the pandemic behind them, Trinity’s choral groups and orchestra have done what they can to start their first semester off strong here on campus. Protocols, although not...

Trinitys Symphonic Wind Ensemble, conducted by James Worman, performs its fall concert. Photo by Stephen Sumrall-Orsak

Trinity’s Wind Ensemble hits a homerun with Fall Concert

Noelle Barrera November 9, 2017

Trinity's Symphonic Wind Ensemble Fall Concert was a musical game of baseball. It may sound strange to compare a major league sport with a symphony of bassoons, oboes and saxophones, but the Fall Concert...

From left to right: Sean Nelson, Dominic Walsh, John Morgan and Isaac Negaard performing at Limelight

The Barbaloots take Trinity’s rock talent on tour

Ariana Razavi August 31, 2017

Barbaloots, Dr. Seuss' friendly tree-dwellers, have been a part of our pop culture for decades. Now it's time to become familiar with the half-Trinity, all-San Antonio indie rock band that named itself...

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