The Trinity College Choir will stage its biennial concert “Mind Your Music” (MYM) on Friday 14th September, 6.30 p.m. at the Trinity College Main Hall.
Every concert of MYM is centred around a theme to showcase a broad array of genres and eras. For example, previous themes have included “Plain Song to Pop” and “Rhymes to Rhapsody”. This year, the theme “Musicals to Movies” is intended to shed a spotlight on the many influential creations on film and on stage, and the music used in them. The concert features a choice of music spanning through the ages from old to new, and the wide array of musical genres covered.
Throughout its long history, The Trinity College Choir is known for its versatility in performing not only classical spiritual works, but also secular pop and jazz. The Choir consists of young Trinitians from the ages of 9 to 19 who enjoy singing regularly at events throughout the year, sometimes even during school holidays, both for events at Trinity and outside public events of others.
The programme will consist of various themes and songs from famous musicals and movies performed by the Choir with live musical accompaniment on piano, keyboard, guitar and drums.
A variety of musical styles will be on display from a swinging jazz, to a dark avenging orchestral theme, some which are a cappella, all promise to delight an audience of all ages. Disney classics sit side by side with spy thrillers, and a swaying bossa nova whose solemn language is contradicted by the comedy classic it appears in.
“Musicals to Movies” will feature the work of Andrew Lloyd Webber, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Burt Bacharach, Freddy Mercury, Frederick Loewe, Henry Mancini, Howard Goodall, Lennon-McCartney, Richard Rodgers, The Sherman Brothers, and other celebrated musicians.
The concert will be 80 minutes, taking the same format as the previous MYM 2016.
Programmes and Reservations
Entrance will be by programme only, which can be reserved by email email@example.com , or calling or sending an SMS to: 776 828 600.
Reservations can also be made by purchasing a Programme Token (priced at 1000/=, 500/= and 300/=), available at the Trinity College Junior School office.
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