• Details

    SOLD OUT

    This concert has now sold out. The next chance to see something at Glyndebourne will be at this year’s Festival – explore what’s on.


    Trinity School concert at Glyndebourne – 13 March 2016

    A celebration of 50 years of musical excellence

    Recently described in the national press as having the top music department in the UK, Trinity School is delighted to celebrate the 50th anniversary of its move to Shirley Park with a concert at Glyndebourne.

    The concert will showcase the Choir with a world premiere performance of Music of the Spheres by Russell Hepplewhite and, among other musical delights, the Symphony Orchestra will be playing Tchaikovsky’s Romeo and Juliet Fantasy Overture. You can order your tickets for this celebratory concert from Monday 7 December.

    In 2016 Trinity Boys Choir also celebrates a 35-year association with Glyndebourne with the revival of Sir Peter Hall’s much loved 1981 production of Britten’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.


    Programme for the day

    1pm: Gardens open

    1pm-3pm: Lunch

    You can bring a picnic or enjoy a 2-course lunch in one of our restaurants – we will send you further information when you book your tickets.

    3pm-5.15pm: Celebration concert

    Masquerade by Philip Sparke
    Trinity Symphonic Wind Band
    Directed by Liz Regan

    Romance by Gerald Finzi
    Trinity String Orchestra
    Directed by Cristian Persinaru

    Romeo and Juliet Fantasy Overture by Pyotr Tchaikovsky
    Trinity Symphony Orchestra
    Directed by Liz Regan

    INTERVAL

    Fanfare for the Common Man by Aaron Copland
    Trinity Brass and Percussion
    Directed by Colin Craft

    The Music of the Spheres by Russell Hepplewhite
    World premiere – Trinity commission
    Trinity Boys Choir
    Directed by David Swinson

    A Swing Medley
    Trinity Big Band
    Directed by Lewis Brito-Babapulle

    And to finish a musical surprise!

    5.30pm: Close


    Book your tickets for this celebratory concert.


    You can find out more about Trinity School’s 50th-anniversary events here.