The Choir of Trinity College, Melbourne

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The internationally acclaimed, 24-voice Choir of Trinity College, Melbourne, is the flagship of Trinity College’s musical life. The Choir has built a reputation for its fine singing of music of the Anglican Cathedral tradition, from the Renaissance to the modern day. Its major weekly commitment is the singing of Evensong at 6:00pm in the College Chapel every Sunday during term.

The Choir also undertakes a busy programme that includes:

  • concert performances
  • broadcasts
  • recording sessions
  • performances in regional Victoria
  • national and international tours
  • carol services in the Chapel of Trinity College and St Paul’s Cathedral, Melbourne
  • a wide variety of corporate and private functions

When and wherever the Trinity Choir performs, it receives an enthusiastic response from audiences with standing ovations and many favourable comments, including from renowned musicians of international standing.

Michael Leighton Jones has held the position of Director of Music at Trinity College at the University of Melbourne since 1997. Michael has a wealth of choral and solo singing experience and expertise, and is a very experienced teacher.

" I very much enjoyed hearing and meeting the members of your Choir. I was very impressed by them. It was really lovely to hear the Choir singing so well in tune and with good balance. I am sure that all your members will remember your eventful tour with great pleasure."

Sir David Wilcocks, former Director of Music of King’s College, Cambridge.

"Dann der Gesang: wunderbar! Geradezu himmlisch..."  ("The singing was wonderful, bordering on heavenly…"), Chrismon.

The Choir "...sang chords of such exquisite beauty, balance and taste that one ached to have the music captured on tape and played as a continuous loop", Houston Chronicle.

Visit the Trinity College Choir website

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