Trinity Showband Moving To BYBA Div. I For 2009
Over the past 3 years, the Trinity School Showband have been working to a plan that would develop their members and staff in order to prepare for pushing themselves further.
At a recent meeting, it was decided that the work that started in 2006 has been a huge success not only for the members, but for the school itself, and although losing between 40 and 60 Marching Members each year due to College and University, it was felt that the time is right to push the Band into new territory and compete at the highest youth level within the British Youth Band Association.
Speaking of the move, Jason Wallace, Performance Director commented “it is always a difficult task to essentially rebuild such a large Band each Year, but we have been thinking about this next phase in the Bands progression plan for the last 12 months, and so I am extremely pleased that we are able to make this announcement at this time and look forward to Division I competition for the 2009 BYBA Season”.
Mel Taylor, Musical Director added “the progress made within by the Members has been excellent, and this extra level of development will really help to push everyone to new challenges and hopefully new achievements in what is the pinnacle youth division within the Association. I am so proud of everyone involved and look forward to the next steps in the Band’s history with excitement”.
Closing, Logistical Director Adam Dudley remarked “The changes and co-ordination improvements over the past 3 years have seen some exciting improvements here, and I am very much looking forward to the next 3 years, which promise to be every bit as memorable for so many reasons”.
In addition to the above announcement, Trinity School Showband would like to also announce their 2009 Program, which is entitled “Spectrum”
The Colour Spectrum is the range of Visible Colours which when conjoined together evolve into White Light!
We hope that you continue to enjoy the Trinity School Showband Productions and would like to thank everyone involved with the Band for all of their continued help, guidance and support.
For more information about the Trinity School Showband, please visit their Web Site at www.trinity.nottingham.sch.uk/showband