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Summer music evening at Trinity

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Summer music evening at Trinity

TRINITY School held its Summer Music Evening last week and hosted primary school drama group Cool Cats’ Macbeth the following day.

Audiences saw an array of performances, as pupils from Trinity were joined by children from Fir Tree and Robert Sandilands Primary schools in a clarinet choir. 

A new addition was a Year 7 a cappella group, who sung a four-chord mash up. Trinity Swing Band played Uptown Funk.

Aidan Reid, who recently won the Song Academy Young Songwriter competition for 13- to 18- year-olds, performed a solo piece, Every Part of Me.

The Musician of the Year award went to guitarist and pianist John Creed. He will be continuing his musical skills at Harvard University, where he is going to study English Literature.

CoolCats, a drama group made up off children from Trinity’s feeder schools, performed Macbeth to friends, parents and teachers.

Trinity School headteacher Charlotte Wilson said: “This was a fantastic performance and shows how children can work together to produce pieces of excellent quality.”

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