2018 Choral Concert: The Chichester Palms and Other Joyful Noises
Sep
12
7:30 PM19:30

2018 Choral Concert: The Chichester Palms and Other Joyful Noises

Trinity Grammar School will be commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the birth of Leonard Bernstein with a choral concert featuring a performance of the Chichester Psalms. 

The Chichester Psalms is a work in three movements for mixed choir, orchestra and boy soprano soloist, sung in Hebrew. We are excited by the opportunity perform this wonderfully joyous work, that was originally commissioned for the 1965 Chichester Festival. The central message of the work, and the linchpin of Bernstein’s philosophy of life is a thought which we all must hold dear: 
Behold how good, 
And how pleasant it is, 
For brethren to dwell 
Together in unity.

Chichester Psalms will feature The Bernstein Choir, comprised of The Trinity Junior and Senior Choirs, St Paul's Cathedral Choir and members of the wider Trinity Community, including staff, Old Grammarians and family. The concert will also feature performances from each of the Trinity Grammar School choirs.

ENQUIRES: kelleyk@trintiy.vic.edu.au

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Aug
26
11:00 AM11:00

Old Schools Rugby Match

Old Schools Rugby Match - On Sunday 26th August OSRC are pleased to be able to join with old boys from MGS, St Kevin’s, Haileybury, Trinity, Xavier and Brighton to bring the Old Schools Rugby Matchday to life. The day will feature a round robin tournament of 15-a-side John Gardiner reserve off Auburn Road, Hawthorn, starting at 11am. Kiwi Hawthorn have opened up their clubhouse to us and will be serving pulled pork rolls and kiosk snacks with soft drinks and beer available. Please register at https://www.trybooking.com/book/event?embed&eid=411582 (so that we can provide adequate insurance coverage for players and gauge numbers for catering purposes).

Any questions - please contact Peter Lewis by email lewisp@trinity.vic.edu.au

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Aug
24
7:00 PM19:00

1978 40 Year Reunion Dinner

The 1978 40 Year Reunion Dinner will be held at the School. Invitations will be sent approximately four weeks prior to the evening. If you have any questions, please contact Sharon Kendall by email - kendalls@trinity.vic.edu.au or by telephone - 98543668

Pre-dinner Drinks at 7:00pm for 7:30pm sit down. 

Tickets $70 for a three course meal and drinks, available from trybooking

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OTGA CBD Lunch Series - An Interview with Neil Balme
May
26
12:00 PM12:00

OTGA CBD Lunch Series - An Interview with Neil Balme

The Old Trinity Grammarians’ Association warmly invites you to the first OTGA CBD Luncheon for 2017, to be held at The Australian Club on Friday 26 May.

Join us for “An Interview with Neil Balme” featuring Philip Allison (OTG 1963-1975).

Neil Balme is a giant of the Football world. His playing career spanned three clubs - Subiaco, Richmond and Norwood - and was followed by a coaching career that saw him in the top job at Norwood, Woodville-West Torrens Eagles and the Melbourne Football Club.

Neil is a two-time Premiership Player (1973 and 1974) with the Richmond Football Club, dual Premiership Coach with Norwood (1982 and 1984) and was named Coach of the All Australian Team in 1994.

Most recently, Neil has been in Administration roles at the Collingwood and Geelong Football Clubs, and in 2016 accepted the position of General Manager of Football at the Richmond Football Club.

  • DRESS CODE: Jacket, Collar and Tie
  • RSVP by Friday 19 May 2017 to Sharon Kendall via email to kendalls@trinity.vic.edu.au or telephone on 9854 3668.
  • SEATS ARE LIMITED - BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL
  • Fathers and/or sons of Old Trinity Grammarians are welcome to attend this lunch

DOWNLOAD AND COMPLETE THIS BOOKING FORM TO CONFIRM YOUR PLACE AT THIS CBD LUNCH.

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First Headmaster's Symposium - Professor Don Campbell
May
3
6:30 PM18:30

First Headmaster's Symposium - Professor Don Campbell

It is our pleasure on behalf of the Headmaster, Dr. Michael Davies, to invite you to the first Headmaster's Symposium for 2017 at the newly opened Arnold Hall Lecture Theatre (entering from Wellington Street). The first symposium in this year's series of three is on Wednesday 3 May at 6.30pm.

Our guest speaker is Professor Don Campbell (OTG 1972) from the Monash Health School of Clinical Sciences speaking on the topic of, "What did the future look like to a school leaver 40 years ago, and what does it look like now?"

Tickets are free for all and can be booked via TryBooking - https://www.trybooking.com/book/event?eid=273413; RSVP by April 30th. For any enquiries, contact Narelle Humphry, Events Manager, by email: events@trinity.vic.edu.au

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2017 Gold Mitre Lunch
Mar
22
12:00 PM12:00

2017 Gold Mitre Lunch

  • South Room - Peter Crawley Centre for the Arts (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

All OTGs who graduated from the School more than 50 years ago (up to and including Leavers from 1967) are invited to the Gold Mitre Lunch, held in the South Room of the Peter Crawley Centre for the Arts.

Confirm your booking by emailing Sharon Kendall or calling the Development Office on (03) 9854 3668.

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Nov
14
2:15 PM14:15

OTG Founders' Day Assembly

On behalf of the Headmaster, Old Boys and past members of staff are invited to the Annual OTG Founders’ Day Assembly, which will take place in the McIntyre Gym on Monday November 14 from 2.15pm. Afternoon tea and drinks will be provided afterwards.  Invitations will be sent shortly, however, if you have any questions, please contact Sue Felton, Director of Development & Community Relations by:

Email: feltons@trinity.vic.edu.au

Telephone: +61 3 9854 3215

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