This year marks the 30th anniversary of Trinity Orchestra’s emergence, having been established as a society in 1989. In celebration of this, we are delighted to announce our (very special) Hilary Term concert, where we will be performing a diverse repertoire consisting of five different works. The event will take place in Adam and Eve’s Church, Merchant’s Quay, on Monday, 25th of March at 7:30pm (Doors at 7pm).
Conducted by Cathal Folan, our programme includes Sibelius’s ‘Finlandia’, Liszt’s ‘Totentanz’ (to be performed with the extremely talented pianist Juliette), Copland’s ‘Fanfare for the Common Man’, Barber’s ‘Adagio for Strings’ and the bluesy ‘Afro American Symphony’ composed by William Grant Still.
Tickets are on sale now (See our ‘Tickets’ section), and will also be sold at our stand in the arts block over the next two weeks (date and time to be confirmed).
Adults €12 / Students €10 / Society members €8