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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...

The first year choir stretches to warm up Photo credit: Kate Nuelle

Trinity Choirs utilize technology to maintain safety

Carmine Villarreal September 30, 2020

photo by Kate Nuelle Trinity University’s choir program has implemented many changes to abide by health protocols. From rehearsing outside with a 15-foot distance to creating software that minimizes...

Time for the Yuletide at Vespers

Time for the Yuletide at Vespers

Rafaela Brenner November 29, 2018

With the advent of the Holiday Season, Trinity University’s oldest tradition is just around the corner: on Sunday, Dec. 2, the annual Christmas Vespers service will be held at Trinity’s Margarite...

graphic by Tyler Herron

Trinity prepares for traditional holiday concerts

Georgie Riggs December 4, 2017

Though our thermometers might not show it, the Yuletide season is upon us and it is high time for some cozy Christmas music to figuratively warm us up. This weekend, the Trinity music department will host...

Musicians of the Music School of Henan Polytechnic University stand after performing an array of traditional Chinese songs. The show highlighted the uniqueness and evolution of Chinese music. photo by Allison Wolff, staff photographer

International choir performs Chinese folk music

Jesus Lozano December 4, 2017

The International Arts Vocal Recital held in Ruth Taylor Recital Hall showcased how vocal performances are capable of telling stories and immersing audiences in new cultures. I am in no way familiar with...

photo by Chloe Sonnier, staff photographer

Trinity singers return from national convention

Noelle Barrera November 12, 2017

Trinity's Chamber Singers were chosen to perform for the National Collegiate Choir Association in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The students and conductor Gary Seighman performed the program "Ring Out Ye Northern...

Kendall Walshak, left,  and Shane Bono, right, 
were the first and second place winners of the Rosalind Phillips Vocal Excellence Competition, respectfully. photo by Allison Wolff

Rosalind Phillips vocal competition showcases student talent

Noelle Barrera November 9, 2017

Trinity is full of talented singers, but the Rosalind Phillips Vocal Excellence Competition singles out the best of the best. Kendall Walshak, junior psychology major, won first place in this year's competition....

Tenor soloist Shane Bono performs alongside pianist Seth Nelson. photo by Chloe Sonnier

Trinity Soloists Compete for Vocal Excellence Award

Abigail Wharton November 2, 2017

This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Rosalind Franklin Vocal Excellence Award Competition. Juniors and seniors studying applied vocal instruction at Trinity are eligible to sing for scholarship...

Fall Concert a choral delight

Fall Concert a choral delight

Austin Davidson October 25, 2017

I had a really wonderful time at the choir's Fall Concert in Parker Chapel last Tuesday. I am in no way qualified to give an actual "review" of the choir concert, but what I can say is that everyone...

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