Trinity Hall Music Society (THMS) is a student-run society which offers a wealth of musical opportunities to music-lovers in College, catering for all tastes and interests.
Membership of the Society is entirely free to all members of the College and enables use of the College’s musical facilities, access to the music library and the chance to meet other musicians, perform in or simply attend concerts and to keep up-to-date with musical events all over Cambridge.
THMS organises a regular Sunday evening recital series, given by soloists and small ensembles from Trinity Hall and across the University. On occasion, these are held in the elegant setting of the Master’s Lodge; others take place in the more informal atmosphere of the Music Room.
Further annual events include open-mic nights and concerts given by larger-scale ensembles, such as the College’s Orchestra, the Trinity Hall Big Band and the Trinity Hall Singers. The Society has also cultivated a close partnership with the Preston Society, the College’s theatre group, which has resulted in several popular productions of stage musicals. Among those performed in recent years have been Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, The Wizard of Oz, Return to the Forbidden Planet, Little Shop of Horrors, Thoroughly Modern Millie, South Pacific and Cabaret.
Booking the Music Room
Members of THMS may book the Music Room via the online booking system.
All Music Room users are reminded that the room may not be used for more than two hours a day by one person or group, and THMS reserve the right to cancel any bookings that contravene the rules.
If you have any questions about music in College, please feel free to contact any member of the committee:
Director of Music
Mr Andrew Arthur (aa373)
Sinead Lucas (sal80)
Secretary & Graduate Senior Organ Scholar
James Grimwood (jag217)
Ashley Yu (ay315)
Lawrence Bissell (lb736) & Elliot Scott (ejs208)
Publicity Officer and Webmaster
Rory Kent (rdk32)
Junior Organ Scholar & Elected Member
Justin Stollery (jps96)
Polly Harlow (pah69)