Leeroy Singing

The cardiac hills are alive with the sound of music

Trinity’s choir and orchestra students prepare for this semester’s performances
Aubrey Jackson, Arts & Entertainment Reporter September 15, 2023

Like many in-person experiences, Trinity’s orchestra and choir ensembles were severely compromised during the COVID pandemic. However, the past few years have been a time of increased performance opportunities...

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...

Jackpot! Nathaniel Pigott: Beatboxer, fiddler, world traveler

Jackpot! Nathaniel Pigott: Beatboxer, fiddler, world traveler

Logan Crews November 21, 2019
This Trinity senior has truly done it all
Photo credit: Andrea Nebhut

Classical music slaps: You guys are just mean

Savannah Wahlgren November 15, 2019
It’s a Saturday night in November, the middle of the concert season for symphony orchestras around the United States. The concert hall is full of expert musicians ready to performance perfection, but there is no audience. No music rings around the room. No applause greets the players as they finish. The concert hall is dark and empty.
Jackpot! Ciara McDaniel makes magic with her music

Jackpot! Ciara McDaniel makes magic with her music

Logan Crews November 6, 2019
Senior reflects on her music education degree and volunteer work with deaf children Photo credit: Oliver Chapin-Eiserloh

Symphony orchestra celebrates “Trinity at 150”

Oliver Chapin-Eiserloh October 27, 2019
Opinion: Brian Bondari’s latest musical creation was beautiful, and it stole my heart
Photo credit: Andrea Nebhut

Clear notes, full house, can’t lose

Amelia Mundell April 11, 2019
Column: How Orchestra has improved and evolved in past 4 years
Joseph Kneer, right, leads the Trinity Symphony Orchestra in rehearsal. photo by Chloe Sonnier, staff photographer

Behind the curtain: Trinity’s musicians rehearse

David Menchaca February 7, 2018

"Maybe I shouldn't have worn a sweater today," said Joseph Kneer, conductor of the Trinity Symphony Orchestra. He lifted his baton and began another run of the fast and regal "Awake the Harp" movement....

The YOSA Philharmonic performed John Williams’ “Star Wars Suite” and a number of other compositions in Sunday’s concert, “Star Wars and Other Epic Adventures.” photo provided by Jack Braden Imagery

YOSA Philharmonic delights with “Star Wars” tribute and other surprises

Daniel Conrad November 7, 2017

"This has been pleasant and all," I thought to myself, "but it doesn't seem to be going anywhere." If it weren't for Troy Peters' conducting, I wouldn't have known that the Youth Orchestras of...

Orchestra tunes up for Halloween concert

Orchestra tunes up for Halloween concert

Abigail Wharton October 10, 2017

The Trinity Symphony Orchestra will fill the Ruth Taylor Recital Hall with their fall concert, "Tableaux, an Evening of French Music," this Halloween. Selections include the music of Debussy, Stravinsky...

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