Music Outreach at Trinity maintains a student-centered philosophy of education, catering to the individual goals of each community and school, while addressing core and educational standards. From Trinity's high-level teaching artists and classroom curricula to access to free performances and participation in music-making, Trinity provides highly interactive educational experiences to hundreds of students.
Among our various outreach allies is Hour Children (an organization assisting incarcerated and formerly incarcerated women and their children), for which Trinity provides teaching artists and music education programs. The Chinese-American Planning Council collaboration with Trinity, now in its sixth year, provides music education to over 300 participants a year in classes such as songwriting, ukulele, guitar, movement, and chorus.
Our engaging curricula is designed for all students, regardless of music background, while specific collaborations provide teaching artists to work within the schools to develop choral and instrumental ensembles. In addition, Trinity offers professional development and educational opportunities for teachers at collaborating schools.
If you are interested in receiving more information on a music outreach collaboration, please contact Melissa Attebury.