Tag: fine arts

Christmas Jazz, Hot Cocoa & Krispy Kremes


December 13, 2016 – On a chilly December day, what could be better that hot cocoa and donuts? The answer to that question is some spirited accompaniment. During Upper School lunch on Monday, the Jazz Band set up and performed several songs to entertain students, teachers and a few parents as well.

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Fine Arts Garners Gold and Silver Again at the Forum Music Festival


May 28, 2016 — For the fifth year in a row, Trinity Classical Academy’s Fine Arts students competed alongside several other schools in the invitation-only Forum Music Festival held Friday, May 20 at Fullerton College. Trinity sent over 100 students from various musical groups to perform and compete including the Symphony Orchestra (grades 3-11), Jazz Ensemble (grades 7-11), Crimson Handbells (grades 9-12), Crimson Chimes (grades 5-8), Logic School Singers (grades 7-8), Crimson Choir (grades 3-6) and the Crimson Choristers (grades 1-2).

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VIDEO: Homer’s Odyssey Meets Dr. Seuss


May 26, 2016 – Who knew that Homer’s classic tale of Odysseus could be told in rhyme? Mr. Robertson and his theatre class knew! Narrated by Narrator 1 and Narrator 2 (in Thing 1 and Thing 2 costume), characters from the Odyssey were introduced in an amusing and entertaining fashion.

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The Grace Baptist Praise Symphony Orchestra Together With Trinity’s Jazz Ensemble & Symphony Orchestra!


Trinity Classical Academy’s Symphony Orchestra & Jazz Ensemble Will Join The Grace Baptist Praise Symphony Orchestra in a Concert of Music Inspired by Places… “Far and Away”  Tuesday, May 3 at 6:30 p.m. SANTA CLARITA, CA (April 28, 2016) – Students in third through twelfth grade from Trinity Classical Academy’s Jazz Ensemble and Symphony Orchestra will join […]

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Christmas Concert Goes Back to the Manger


Jan. 4, 2016 – This year’s Christmas Concert was another tremendous success for Trinity Fine Arts! Playing to a packed house, the time-traveling show “Back to the Manger” presented a wonderfully creative Christmas story with the true meaning of the season, the coming of Christ.

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Trinity’s Fine Arts Performs At the Forum Music Festival


May 15, 2015 – For the fourth year in a row, Trinity Classical Academy’s Fine Arts competed in the invitation-only Forum Music Festival on Friday, May 15 at the Hart High School Auditorium. Trinity sent several of their musical groups to perform and compete including the Symphony Orchestra (grades 3-11), Jazz Ensemble (grades 7-11), Crimson Handbells (grades 9-12), Crimson Chimes (grades 5-8), Logic School Singers (grades 7-8), Crimson Choir (grades 3-6) and the Crimson Choristers (grades 1-2).

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First Annual Fine Arts Banquet


May 12, 2015 – A new tradition has begun at Trinity and it began with a bang! To the tune of 200 guests showing up to honor our students and their efforts in the Fine Arts this year.

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Over 120 Trinity’s Fine Arts Performers Will Compete at the Forum Music Festival Friday, May 15 at Hart High School


SANTA CLARITA, CA (May 11, 2015) — For the fourth year in a row, Trinity Classical Academy’s Fine Arts students will compete alongside four other schools in the invitation-only Forum Music Festival held this Friday, May 15 from 8:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. at the Hart High School Auditorium. Trinity will send several of their […]

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Trinity Christmas Concert – “The Mystery of the Manger”


December 12, 2014 – The “Mystery of the Manger” was solved at the Trinity Christmas Concert! Jane Blonde (played by Eva Lintereur) was an investigative reporter who attended the Christmas Concert directed by Mrs. Evans (played by Paige Ackerman) to attempt to uncover facts and evidence about the baby Jesus.

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Trinity Shines at Forum Music Festival


Friday, May 16, 2014 – All of Trinity’s musical groups trekked to Fullerton College in Orange County for the Forum Music Festival. This was no small caravan! Over 170 people including directors, 99 students, parents and families made the trip, hauling instruments and equipment with them.

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