Trinity College Performing Arts shines at CPAF

For the first time ever our Junior School and Secondary School were both awarded the Zenith Award at the 2022 Performing Arts Festival for Catholic Schools and Colleges in Western Australia along with a raft of other shields and awards for outstanding performances.

The Performing Arts Festival for Catholic Schools and Colleges (CPAF) in Western Australia was established to help the students of Catholic schools and colleges experience the spirit and tradition of the performing arts. Our College has a rich history with the festival and is a highlight for many of our performing arts students, with more than 200 students involved in 2022 and more than 300 items entered from across solos, duets, groups and ensembles.

A huge congratulations to Dr. Robert Braham, Ms Catherine Clarnette, Mr Joel Bass, Ms Venita Webber and Mrs Ann Clarke on our outstanding set of results that reflect the depth and breadth of our programs and includes the Zenith Award for the 18th consecutive festival for our Secondary School and our first for our Junior School.

Well done to all our students who participated with a big congratulations to the following groups and individuals who were awarded shields in their respective sections of the festival.

CATHOLIC PERFORMING ARTS RESULTS 2022
The 2022 Zenith Award for most outstanding Secondary Metropolitan School or College
Trinity College
The 2022 Zenith Award for most outstanding Primary Metropolitan School or College
Trinity College
Loreto Sisters’ Award-Choral Singing (Secondary)
Trinity College/Mercedes College Chorale
Benedictine Community of New Norcia Award Sacred Choral Music Secondary-2 contrasting songs
Trinity College/Mercedes College Chorale
University of Notre Dame Award Concert Band Secondary
Trinity/Mercedes Wind Orchestra
Premier of Western Australia Award Instrumental Ensemble Secondary
Trinity College Percussion Ensemble I
Brigidine Sisters’ Award Choral Singing Primary
Trinity College Junior Vocal Ensemble
Sisters of Mercy Perth Award Instrumental Solo Primary
Gabriel Sceresini (6W)
The Cantenian Association Scholarship Solo/Duet Woodwind/Brass Secondary
Connor Wilson (12.6)