It has been a busy term for our Performing Arts staff and students! The Catholic Performing Arts Festival (CPAF) ran from the first week of Term 3, and concluded last week, with the CPAF Winners Concert on 10 September.
At this closing concert, Trinity was recognised as the premier performing arts school among all Catholic secondary schools in the state. What makes this achievement even more remarkable is that this is the 15th consecutive year in which this honour has been bestowed upon the College. This enduring record of excellence is testimony to the diligence and talent of all of the students and staff involved, but particular congratulations are due to Dr Robert Braham who leads and inspires all participants in this dimension of the school.
Trinity won the following nine shields, and one scholarship. For a full list of award winners, please click here.
- Trinity/Mercedes Wind Orchestra: University of Notre Dame Award-Concert Band (Secondary)
- Senior Chorale: Therese Temby Award-Sacred Choral Music (Sec) (A4 Original Composition)
- Senior Chorale: Loreto Sisters’ Award-Choral Singing (Secondary)
- Senior Vocal Ensemble: Benedictine Community of New Norcia Award-Sacred Choral Music (Sec) (A3 Two contrasting songs)
- Contemporary Chamber Ensemble: Premier of Western Australia Award-Instrumental Ensemble (Secondary)
- "The Pirates of Penzance”: Dominican Sisters Award (Joint Shield Mercedes)-Secondary Musical Production
- Brett Hassett (11.1): Oblates of Mary Immaculate Award-Instrumental Solo (Secondary)
- Declan Ryan (10.1) & Zacary Lee (10.4): Dr Peter Tannock Award-Instrumental Duet (Secondary
- Matthew Loo (9.1): Fr John Harte Jesuit Award-Piano Solo/Duet (Secondary)
- Nicholas Yap (9.7): The Chapman Scholarship for Secondary Strings
We'd like to offer our congratulations to all our students and staff who participated in the Festival!