Classical, a cappella, instrumental, choral, rock ... whatever your style, Trinity has plenty of musical opportunities.
You have access to a range of musical activities and opportunities at Trinity College. Music is an important aspect of our college culture and is something we're incredibly proud of. The Choir of Trinity College is world renowned and is considered one of the best college chapel choirs in the southern hemisphere.
Our a cappella groups, the Tiger Tones and the Candystripes, tour locally and internationally, and we regularly host performances to give a platform to our musically gifted students. Take part in music tutorials, talent nights and musical soirées, or make use of our dedicated practice rooms. Trinity College provides an environment where all musical tastes, interests and abilities are embraced.
The Choir of Trinity College undertakes a busy program of rehearsals, performances, recordings and tours, both nationally and internationally. The choir also sings at the weekly Evensong service in our chapel during term. Find out more about our choir.
The Trinity College Music Society organises musical soirées throughout the year, plus musical excursions and the intercollegiate Battle of the Bands. We also have a Music Theatre Society, which produces our annual musical. Over the years our musical has won numerous Melbourne University theatre awards.
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The Trinity Tiger Tones is our accomplished male a cappella vocal group. The group was founded in 2006 and has been singing, busking and showing off their dance moves at Trinity, around greater Melbourne and Victoria, and across the world, ever since. They have a wide repertoire, ranging from traditional barbershop to modern pop numbers. Check out their Facebook page for more information.
The Candystripes is Trinity's female a cappella vocal group. The group performs at many of our functions, as well as events in the wider community. Find out more about the Candystripes on Facebook.
Students are encouraged to join folk groups, string quartets and instrumental groups. Our students also regularly form bands to perform at Trinity functions and dinners and compete in the intercollegiate Battle of the Bands.
We hold a number of musical soirées and talent events during O-Week and throughout the year. They're always a lot of fun!
We've got dedicated music practice rooms in the Gateway Building and a dedicated music room in the basement of the residential Dorothy Building. There are a variety of performance spaces and venues across campus. Trinity College has two grand pianos, a harpsichord and a drum kit. Students are encouraged to bring their own instruments and continue their music studies, maintain their practice, and form groups with other students. Tutorials in introductory piano and guitar are offered to resident students as part of the extracurricular tutorial program.