Come and Play at Trinity!


Do you know a child who would like to play in an orchestra? We are welcoming young instrumental players to join forces for a day with members of the Trinity College Chamber Orchestra, culminating in a short presentation for family and friends.

Trinity College Music Society is delighted to be hosting a day of music-making for local young instrumentalists – this is an unmissable opportunity! No previous orchestral experience necessary – a fun, sociable and rewarding day of music making for all!

The event will be held from 10am – 1pm (concert at 12pm) on Saturday 10th June.

Participation is free and open to children aged 8 – 14 years old.

The sign-up link is or email

NB: We must ask that a parent or guardian stays in the Chapel for the duration of the event, to be responsible for your child. You are welcome to watch the rehearsal, and there will be drinks and snacks provided in the Ante-Chapel. We’ll also have lots of students around, if you would like to talk about music at Trinity, the College more generally, or any aspect of life at the University.


The Chapel

The Chapel, which dates from the reigns of Mary I and Elizabeth I, is the centre of religious life for the College. There are regular services and the Chapel is also used for concerts.

The Chapel was completed in 1567, and all the statues here are of famous people who studied at Trinity, including Sir Isaac Newton, Francis Bacon and Alfred Lord Tennyson. The painting at the east end depicts St Michael binding Satan.

Further information can be on the Chapel website:


Directions by foot:
Enter the College via Great Gate off Trinity Street, head through the Porters’ Lodge and the Chapel will be on your right

By car:
For those who have requested parking in College, further details of where to park will be sent by email in advance and directions to the Chapel will be available from the Porters on the day