Today, he's equally at home devising new theatrical and musical work, working with singers and actors, performing, singing and writing. Tom also works with non-professionals of all ages and backgrounds. Some of his most thrilling projects have been in this field, including with Streetwise Opera and the Royal Opera House, through whom he has inspired hundreds to connect with their inner Caruso and raise the roof. He joined the Footlights in his final year as part of the writing team for the revue and was Spooks creator David Wolstencroft's comedy partner.
These days, he's better known as a comedian, actor and television presenter, and as one half of the comedy duo Armstrong and Miller, alongside Ben Miller. Alexander is also the host of the popular BBC game show Pointless. Elizabeth Atherton Gabriel Crouch In the next eight years he made a dozen recordings on the BMG label including a Grammy nomination , and gave more than performances in almost every major concert venue in the world.
Special collaborative projects saw him working and performing with some of the world's most respected artists, including percussionist Evelyn Glennie, pianists Emmanuel Ax and George Shearing, singer Barbara Hendricks and 'Beach Boy' Bruce Johnston. Since moving to the USA in , he has built an international profile as a conductor and director, with recent engagements in China and Australia as well as Europe and the United States. His achievements in the choral world have led to many invitations to adjudicate choral competitions, notably the mixed choir final of 'Sainsbury's Choir of the Year' televised by the BBC.
His work as a singer, coach and musical director has led to his name appearing in the London Times' list of 'Great British Hopes'.
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The Canadian-born soprano Cecilia Osmond is heard frequently as a soloist and as a member of elite vocal ensembles. Claire Wilkinson Claire grew up in a home full of Music in Manchester and gave her first solo concert at the age of 17 with Musica Antiqua of London. Amy Haworth Susan Atherton All at Trinity College and the Choir were deeply saddened to hear that Susan's life had been tragically cut short in the summer of Susan came up to Trinity College in to read History of Art and was a member of the Choir for three years.
Susan joined the Glyndebourne chorus in and last summer she understudied the role of Ernestina in Rossini's L'Equivoco Stravagante at Garsington Opera. Thomas Blunt During this time he also assisted conductors including Music Director Vladimir Jurowski. Eddie Redmayne Eddie probably needs no introduction to most people as he's been prominent in the news and magazine covers in being tipped for an Oscar for his portrayal of Stephen Hawking in the film, The Theory of Everything.
Kate enjoys a busy career as a professional singer specialising in early music. She performs with groups such as The Brabant Ensemble and Chapelle du Roi, and also regularly records film soundtracks with London Voices. She read Music at Trinity College and after graduating, was a co-founder of the hugely successful early music vocal ensemble Stile Antico, which began life with several Trinity Choir members in its ranks, including Oliver Hunt, Tom Herford and Ali Hill.
They have made eight recordings, won handfuls of awards, and toured the world. Julian Forbes A twice-elected Britten-Pears Young Artist and a member of the European Baroque Academy, he is establishing a reputation in the UK and abroad for the musicality and intelligence of his singing across a wide repertoire spanning the 17th century to the present.
Alison Hill Ali Hill began singing as a chorister at Salisbury Cathedral. Alongside singing, Ali enormously enjoys her work as a musical assistant on courses for The National Youth Choirs of Great Britain, Ulster Youth Choir and Royal Schools of Church Music and she is involved in teaching choir directors and working with children in disadvantaged areas of Mumbai in India for the burgeoning charity, Songbound. When she is not singing, Ali enjoys climbing rock faces and is doing a part-time masters degree in climate change. Tim Dickinsons life as a singer began in earnest at Westminster Abbey, where he spent six years as a chorister.
Trinity also began to focus its curricula on broader academic goals, rather than limited course collections. Trinity still recognized the significance of its historic religious affiliation, but became a private, independent university in the process. The school began shuttering all but five graduate programs and decreased enrollment from about 3, to 2, in order to focus on undergraduate education.
In doing so, Trinity became a truly residential, undergraduate campus. Trinity also completely modernized its curriculum and replaced outdated buildings. The s saw a renaissance in student life, as student and Greek organizations launched new events and traditions such as Bid Day, Hallympics, and birthday dips in Miller Fountain.
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And the University would go on to create a new basic curriculum in the s that allowed students greater flexibility. At the turn of the century, Trinity also updated its technological capabilities and invested in digital resources, and continued to rise in national relevance as its selectivity, press rankings, and alumni outcomes grew stronger.
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This means affordability, outcomes, and job placements are all top of mind. And at Trinity, creating outcomes with real-world impact is what we do best.
Opportunity: Trinity redefines liberal arts for the 21st century, takes on real-world problems. Rather than activism, our Tigers have a history of taking action. Instead, they took on problems directly: Faculty and trustees worked to integrate the campus during the Civil Rights movement, while students and staff launched organizations like TUVAC, where Tigers volunteered and donated directly to local nonprofits. That spirit has lasted for the following decades, where Tigers have assisted AIDS victims, helped shelter and clothe the homeless, comforted battered women, and fed the hungry by packing food at the San Antonio Food Bank.
Our undergraduate researchers and entrepreneurs are in on the action, too.
We act with ambition, but also with empathy, driven by a sense of duty to ourselves and to the world. We are all heirs to a dynamic past and stewards of a promising future. For years, our spirit has proved as durable as the rocks from which our mid-century modern campus is carved, and still remains in motion.
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