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Trinity shows off its talent

Posted: April 17, 2012 1:55 a.m.
Updated: April 17, 2012 1:55 a.m.

Trinity worship band Sovereign performs with its original song “Sweet Home Trinity” at Trinity’s recent variety show.

 


Trinity Classical Academy students, ranging from fourth-graders all the way to the high school seniors, entertained numerous Trinity families as they presented the “Talent of Knights” variety show.

It was hosted by Trinity’s “Rat Pack” of juniors, who included Donny MacAdam, Dakota Prochnow, Chris Buchanan, Dane Smith and Gus Castillo, who all got into character portraying the original kings of cool, adding style to the show.

The talent show had a variety of acts, such as the piano playing of fifth-grader Andrew Dever. Dever played advanced pieces for his age, including a rendition of Mozart’s “Minuet in F minor.”

He was followed by fourth-grade vocalists Trinity Towns and Ashley Kua took the stage.

Among the highlights was a parody of the Southern rock tune “Sweet Home Alabama,” which was transformed by a few members of the senior class into a ballad describing their time spent at school titled “Sweet Home Trinity.”

Eight Trinity teachers formed the group “The Octagonal Medlies” and sang a cappella versions of classic Disney songs. Each teacher sang a piece, with the others providing vocal rhythm and percussion and singing backup.

The songs were from Disney films such as, “The Lion King,” “Hercules,” “Tarzan and “Mulan.”

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