Whether you do online yoga, workout in your room, walk the dog, run, cycle or somersault– it all counts towards the Trinity College Lockdown2 Sports Challenge!
Trinity alumnus Dr Peter Biar Ajak is the first South Sudanese national to be awarded a PhD from the University of Cambridge.
As the country continues to wait for the full resumption of live music performances we look at some of the ways in which Trinity musicians – past and present – have responded to the challenges of continuing to make music during lockdown and beyond.
Whether it’s Bach’s Mass in B Minor, Howells’ Collegium Regale, or music by living composers, Trinity College Choir is world-renowned for its recordings, for which it has won international awards and garnered rave reviews.
Helen Charlston was a choral scholar at Trinity, 2011-2015, while studying Music. Here the mezzo-soprano talks about her career, offers advice to aspiring singers and reflects on what she has learnt since her starring role in the Choir’s performance of ‘How Do You Keep the Music Playing.'