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Trinity Boys Choir is one of the busiest and most successful in the world. It has enjoyed a high professional profile, both at home and abroad for over fifty years.

In the world of opera, the boys appear on such prestigious stages as Glyndebourne, the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, English National Opera and various opera houses abroad, including La Monnaie, Brussels, La Scala, Milan, La Fenice, Venice, and at the Aix-en-Provence Festival.

The choir frequently performs at the BBC Proms and alongside the world’s top orchestras. Soloists from the choir are famed for their concert and operatic appearances and are often called upon to sing on the soundtracks of major film scores. The tour schedule takes in Europe, the USA and Asia, and programmes range from the Renaissance to the present day, with frequent commissions from leading composers. Recordings include John Rutter’s Bang, an opera written for the boys, Stravinsky’s Mass for Deutsche Grammophon, conducted by Leonard Bernstein, and the choir can be heard on the soundtracks of numerous feature films including Maleficent, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part I and Part 2, San Andreas and Angelina Jolie’s Unbroken. TV and radio appearances include Messiah from the Foundling Hospital with the Gabrieli Consort, The Pride of Britain Awards, Children in Need and the Royal Variety Performance.

Events

12 June - 31 July 5.10pm

Janacek’s The Cunning Little Vixen

Glyndebourne

18 June 7.00pm

St Matthew Passion with the Monteverdi Choir

Aldeburgh Festival

19 June - 13 July 3.00pm

Werther at the Royal Opera House

The Royal Opera House

News

15th March 2016

Congratulations to this summer's Glyndebourne Festival soloists: The Cunning Little Vixen Cricket - Tate Nicol...

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