The Chorus, Glee Club and instrumental group will perform Christmas classics to put us into the Christmas spirit. "The Chorus, instrumental group and Glee Club are all thrilled to finally be singing and playing live again. After a year of recording at home, it has been a welcome return to in-person music making this year. We are excited to be spearheading a new Trinity Hall tradition with the tree lighting!” expressed Andrew Bodgan, arts faculty and Chorus, Glee Club and instrumental group advisor.
In addition to the Christmas Tree Lighting, light designs for the Christmas Light Spectacular will be on display. For the past few weeks, students and faculty have designed, built and decorated their own light creations. With multiple on-campus build days, assistance from STEM and arts faculty, and help from the Fathers Committee, students have used engineering skills and their creativity to craft Christmas-themed light designs. After the lighting of the Christmas tree and the Christmas concert, visitors are encouraged to walk around campus to see all of the light designs on display.
The Christmas Light Spectacular will be available for viewing beginning December 11. Recordings from the Chorus, Glee Club and instrumental group will be available via QR code to listen to as families experience the display. The Christmas Light Spectacular will be open to visitors every night, except December 14, until Christmas.
The Christmas Tree Lighting and Light Spectacular are free events, but donations are welcome. Bring in the Christmas spirit with the Trinity Hall community and consider coming to our Christmas Tree Lighting and visiting campus for our Christmas Light Spectacular.
The Meulener family is proud to support Trinity Hall as an event sponsor, sharing: "We have always chosen to actively support the schools of our girls as they have grown up. Trinity Hall offers the young women of our community a unique opportunity to create a new legacy. We believe these first few years are crucial in nurturing this young school, and it is our privilege to help grow that legacy that will hopefully endure for generations to come."