Music Above and Beyond
Trinity Students Present at NCUR in Atlanta
Eight Trinity students, along with Prof. Clay Carlson, took a road trip from Palos Heights to suburban Atlanta last month to present their music and science research at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR).
Peters Edits Book on J.S. Back
In honor of his mentor, Trinity’s professor of music and department chair Mark Peters, Ph.D., has co-edited a collection of essays on J. S. Bach’s sacred vocal music, as well as contributing a chapter.
2018-2019 Concert Schedule
The music department is pleased to present a series of performances from faculty and students. Download the 2018-2019 concert schedule.
Semester in Indonesia
Dr. Peters will be joining SAAT’s faculty for the semester as visiting professor in the undergraduate church music program and teach two music history survey courses, one on Medieval and Renaissance music and another on music in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. He will also direct two choirs: the seminary choir, an 80-voice choir of students in the theology and music programs; and the Vocatus ensemble, a chamber ensemble of about 20 singers from the music program. In this blog, his goal is to communicate some of what I learn during this semester of cross-cultural learning and teaching.
Our professors and adjuncts are talented and are excited to share their gifts with students. Learn more about our music department faculty.
Tim Brown Serves as Featured Clinician for Trinity Choral Festival
Trinity was pleased to welcome world-renowned choral conductor Tim Brown to campus on Thursday, Feb. 16 as part of the College’s 2017 WorldView series.