In an age where people seek to experience as much as they can, often virtually, the Trinity Arts Festival is proud to engage boys in real, meaningful experiences.
This year Trinity Grammar School celebrates its 20th year of hosting its renowned Arts Festival, which now includes a huge array of enriching and vibrant workshops and performances.
The Trinity Arts Festival has a proud history of exposing Trinity students and the broader community to art, music and drama. It helps students grow, love and be moved.
As part of this year’s festival, Year 7 and 8 boys will create a large light installation to coincide with Vivid Sydney. Friday Night Fever on Friday 3 June promises to be a real opportunity to experience the Creative Arts at Trinity through a variety of short performances that repeat every 45 minutes. While the finale of the Senior groups, the Gala Music Concert in the City Recital Hall, Sydney on Thursday 9 June is guaranteed to transport you to the great cities of the world with The Symphony Orchestra and Choir, together with all our major ensembles.
The benefits of arts education are profound. Young men engaged in the arts can master gross motor skills, fine motor skills and neurological connections, all while having fun and learning to express themselves in a positive environment.
“For me, the creative arts allows me to express my inner emotions in a constructive way, communicate with my peers, and it brings tranquility to my life at stressful times” – Jason Kong, Year 11 student
While the smaller workshop experiences involve the boys at a more personal level, Trinity celebrates the Cceative arts throughout Sydney with larger whole-school events, art exhibitions, gala concerts and large musicals.
Discover 20 years of the Arts Festival at Trinity for yourself, watch our video:
To discover how Trinity students are immersing themselves in the Arts or to find out more about our upcoming Arts Festival, download our Arts Festival program: