Trinity Singers Success

The Choral Music Program at Trinity Christian School had a successful Fall Semester, and is beginning to enjoy a busy Spring Semester as well. In November, six members of our 7-12th grade choir, Trinity Singers, participated in All-State Auditions at St. James Academy in Montgomery.  Maddy Busch, Madeline Harrington, Anna Kenney, Brittany Nowell, and Catherine Patton were selected to attend the 2011 All-State Choral Festival at Samford University in March as part of the High School SSA Choir.  Mara Busch was selected as a member of the Middle School Treble Choir.


On December 9th, music students in K-12 grades presented “The Sounds of Christmas” in the Trinity Presbyterian Church Sanctuary.  A variety of music was performed from fun Christmas classics to beautiful sacred carols.  Also, on December 12th, Trinity Singers provided the opening entertainment for the Victorian Front Porch Tour at the Heritage House.


Nine members of Trinity Singers participated in the Southeastern United States Honor Choir at Troy University on January 14th and 15th.  Students from Alabama, Georgia and Florida formed a 120 voice choir under the direction of nationally known composer and conductor Dr. Earlene Rentz.  The concert ended with a piece commissioned to Dr. Rentz for the Honor Choir entitled, “Let My Voice Ring Out.”  The participants were Maddy Busch, Katherine Hall, Madeline Harrington, Anna Kenney, Anna Latham, Maggie Monks, Cassidy Nall, Brittany Nowell, and Catherine Patton.



Posted on February 14, 2011, in Trinity Christian School Blog Entries. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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