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Open Call for D/Deaf or Disabled Artist

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£3,000 commission to create work for an online audience

Open Call for D/Deaf or Disabled Artist

by sarah last modified 03/07/2020 05:41 PM
Open Call for D/Deaf or Disabled Artist

Trinity Centre Bristol open call work for an online audience

In these challenging times, Trinity, and Cambridge Junction have come together to offer a £3,000 commission to a D/Deaf or DisabledArtist(s) to create work for an online audience.


We will commission one new piece of work and want this brief to be as open as possible so you can respond in a way that best suits you as an artist. We welcome artists of any practice and working in any artform to apply.


We want to commission:

  • A brand-new online performance, exhibition that can remain available to experience online for a period of time we want people to be able to experience your work safely from their homes


  • One artist who identifies as D/Deaf or Disabled, or a collective of artists where at least 50% of the collective identify as D/Deaf or Disabled

  • Work that will be completed and distributed online before the end of October 2020


We expect applications to include:


  • A consideration of audience access within the commission fee

  • Confirmation that artist access costs are covered by the commission fee or by Access to Work or similar


We’ll provide:

  • A commission fee of £3,000

  • Producing support: we don’t want anyone to be put off because they don’t have producing capacity at the moment

  • Marketing and digital content support: we want your work to reach far and wide

  • The platform for sharing your work: Trinity and Cambridge Junction’s social media platforms and those of our partners are readily available to platform your work.


At Trinity we programme using a ‘Programming Forum’ which you can find out more about here. The final decision on who receives the commission will be made by a forum made up of local artists and community members from both Trinity and Cambridge Junction.


To apply:

  • you can submit a video or audio recording up to 5 minutes in length, explaining who you are, your idea and how you’d spend the money.


OR


  • submit a word document with no more than 900 words explaining who you are, your idea and how you’d spend the money.


Click here to submit your video or document to us online.

 

Click here for a PDF version of the call out

 

Deadline 14 August

[12:05 PM] Liz Counsell
Its 14th August

 

 

For an informal conversation about the commission you can contact Trinity’s Creative Producer, Liz Counsell on liz@trinitybristol.org.uk

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Making Tracks Showcase

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Livestreamed showcase of Bristol's rising stars

Making Tracks Showcase

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Making Tracks Intern and musician Thomas Meadley introduces some of Bristol's rising stars, in this Making Tracks Showcase. The Making Tracks programme is brought to you by Trinity, ACE and Basement Studio.

 

This is brought to you by Trinity Presents. Click here to see more arts, community, well-being and education content or follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Trinity are working with external artists, partners and organisations as part of Trinity Presents Online to provide exciting content, relevant to Trinity's diverse audiences and in line with our Equal Opportunities and Free Speech Policies. Click here for more information about our Policies. While we endeavour to ensure content we share is relevant and appropriate, Trinity is not responsible for individual content created by third parties.

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The Fantasy Orchestra

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Bristol Refugee Festival: Celebrating sanctuary at home

The Fantasy Orchestra

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As part of the Bristol Refugee Festival we hosted the Festival Finale with The Fantasy Orchestra performing their own arrangement of music shared with them by refugees living in Bristol. Watch again in two parts here.

 

Pt 1: Har Kurd Abin (Ibrahim Ahmad)

 

Pt 2: Zor Qiji Zerd (Slemany University Band)

 

This is brought to you by Trinity Presents. Click here to see more arts, community, well-being and education content or follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Trinity are working with external artists, partners and organisations as part of Trinity Presents Online to provide exciting content, relevant to Trinity's diverse audiences and in line with our Equal Opportunities and Free Speech Policies. Click here for more information about our Policies. While we endeavour to ensure content we share is relevant and appropriate, Trinity is not responsible for individual content created by third parties.

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Nature Packs & Fire Pits

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Find out how funding from Children in Need is helping local children

Nature Packs & Fire Pits

by sarah last modified 17/06/2020 01:11 PM
Nature Packs & Fire Pits

Trinity Community Arts Family Garden

 

 

Funding from BBC Children in Need is supporting a three year programme of activity in our Community Garden to engage, educate and connect local school children (aged 18 and under) to a green space and to each other.

In the first year of the project, the garden team have worked in partnership with local schools and charities to welcome over 140 children to weekly Forest Schools and Gardening Days, as well as inviting families and friends from our local community to Summer Holiday Family Days.

Sessions are tailored to help support social and emotional development as many children and families who take part in the programme experience economic and social hardship.

During a Forest School/Gardening Day children take part in fire making, identifying plants, sowing seeds, and team building games as well as natural craft activities and free play in the garden.

Family Days, delivered in partnership with St Pauls Nursery & Children's Centre and Julian House charity, include storytelling activities, music workshops, natural craft workshops, insect hunts, and games.

Nature at Home Packs & Gardening Tips

"@HannahMorePri huge thanks to you and @TrinityBristol for the fantastic kit for the windowsill grow challenge! Tate really enjoyed potting them. We will keep you posted on their growth" Charlene L. Twitter

Since the Covid-19 lockdown, we have been working closely with local primary schools and Up Our Street to find ways to reach out to young people in the community who can no longer access our community garden and may have limited access to green spaces during this time.

The first batch of activity packs, filled with simple DIY windowsill gardening ideas and craft activities for families, children and carers to get busy with at home, went out in May/June 2020. Activities include sowing seeds, making bird feeders, scavenger hunts and more. A digital version of the pack is downloadable from our website.

“I think the biggest benefit is that it gives children and families who might not be able to get outside, the chance to engage in nature-based activities. Being around nature and doing tasks like planting and looking after plants are great for mental health and well-being and get children engaged in the world around them!”

Natalie Barker, Deputy Head, St Nicholas of Toletine Primary, June 2020

The garden team are also creating videos on everything from handy gardening tips to fun activities you can do at home - keep up-to-date with these on our social media channels or catch up here.

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Hugh Hardie Live Stream

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D&B producer and DJ Hugh Hardie

Hugh Hardie Live Stream

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Hugh Hardie Live Stream

DJ Hugh Hardie

Hospital Records' Hugh Hardie jumped on Minirig's Lockdown Festival for a livestream set. Watch it again here.

This is brought to you by Trinity Presents. Click here to see more arts, community, well-being and education content or follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Trinity are working with external artists, partners and organisations as part of Trinity Presents Online to provide exciting content, relevant to Trinity's diverse audiences and in line with our Equal Opportunities and Free Speech Policies. Click here for more information about our Policies. While we endeavour to ensure content we share is relevant and appropriate, Trinity is not responsible for individual content created by third parties.

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Top Tips for Sowing Peas

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Garden facilitator Claire gives you top tips for sowing peas

Top Tips for Sowing Peas

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Here is Claire, one of our brilliant Community Garden Facilitators, with a top tips video on sowing peas at home.

 

You may have seen that we're giving away free "Nature To Your Door" packs, for young people who are currently unable to visit our garden due to lockdown.

These exciting activity packs are filled with DIY windowsill garden ideas and craft activities for you and your children to get busy with at home!

Find out more about the packs here.

This project response to Covid-19 has been made possible from our funders Children in Need, Power to Change & Awards For All.

 

This is brought to you by Trinity Presents. Click here to see more arts, community, well-being and education content or follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Trinity are working with external artists, partners and organisations as part of Trinity Presents Online to provide exciting content, relevant to Trinity's diverse audiences and in line with our Equal Opportunities and Free Speech Policies. Click here for more information about our Policies. While we endeavour to ensure content we share is relevant and appropriate, Trinity is not responsible for individual content created by third parties.

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Dizraeli Live Stream

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Mad Love livestream

Dizraeli Live Stream

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Dizraeli joined us for some music, stories and dancing.

This is brought to you by Trinity Presents. Click here to see more arts, community, well-being and education content or follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Trinity are working with external artists, partners and organisations as part of Trinity Presents Online to provide exciting content, relevant to Trinity's diverse audiences and in line with our Equal Opportunities and Free Speech Policies. Click here for more information about our Policies. While we endeavour to ensure content we share is relevant and appropriate, Trinity is not responsible for individual content created by third parties.

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What is Rhythm of The Night?

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We asked our friends over at Misfits to let you know

What is Rhythm of The Night?

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We asked our friends over at Misfits to let you know all about their Rhythm of The Night events.

 

We usually hold regular Rhythm Of The Night events here at Trinity, and are really missing the great tunes and vibes during lockdown. We can't wait to get them back in the future

For more information about Rhythm Of The Night and to hear some brilliant playlists, check out Misfits Theatre Company.

This is brought to you by Trinity Presents. Click here to see more arts, community, well-being and education content or follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Trinity are working with external artists, partners and organisations as part of Trinity Presents Online to provide exciting content, relevant to Trinity's diverse audiences and in line with our Equal Opportunities and Free Speech Policies. Click here for more information about our Policies. While we endeavour to ensure content we share is relevant and appropriate, Trinity is not responsible for individual content created by third parties.

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Practise Your Drum Skills

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No drum kit needed for this lesson with Oli Cocup

Practise Your Drum Skills

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Making Tracks tutor, Oli Cocup, shows how to practise your drum skills without using a drum kit.

This is brought to you by Trinity Presents. Click here to see more arts, community, well-being and education content or follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Trinity are working with external artists, partners and organisations as part of Trinity Presents Online to provide exciting content, relevant to Trinity's diverse audiences and in line with our Equal Opportunities and Free Speech Policies. Click here for more information about our Policies. While we endeavour to ensure content we share is relevant and appropriate, Trinity is not responsible for individual content created by third parties.

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Top Tips for Starting a Podcast

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Making tracks learns from Podcasting and Digital Producing expert Heather Campbell

Top Tips for Starting a Podcast

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Our Making Tracks Music programme Intern, Thomas Meadley, recently had a training session with Podcasting and Digital Producing expert Heather Campbell, ahead of the launch of our very own Making Tracks podcast. Watch this space for more news on that! 

We asked Heather to share her top tips for creating your own podcast and here it is! 


Heather has worked for the BBC and ITV developing and creating content for clients such as The Mercury Prize. You can check out the podcast and some brilliant content she has created here https://www.instagram.com/neverseentheoc/ 

Thanks to our Making Tracks programme funders Youth Music for enabling us to create this brilliant top tips video.

 

This is brought to you by Trinity Presents. Click here to see more arts, community, well-being and education content or follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Trinity are working with external artists, partners and organisations as part of Trinity Presents Online to provide exciting content, relevant to Trinity's diverse audiences and in line with our Equal Opportunities and Free Speech Policies. Click here for more information about our Policies. While we endeavour to ensure content we share is relevant and appropriate, Trinity is not responsible for individual content created by third parties.

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Bringing nature to your home

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Now more than ever it's important to be connect with nature; children & families can now do this even without a garden, with our free Nature Packs

Bringing nature to your home

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Bringing nature to your home

Trinity garden packs for children & families

Trinity garden, pre-lockdown by Alistair Brookes

Working with local schools to bring nature to your home

Our Trinity Garden Team have been working closely with local primary schools and Up Our Street to find ways to reach out to young people in the community who can no longer access our community garden and may have limited access to green spaces during lockdown.

“As the community are not able to come and visit us in the garden right now we felt it was important now more than ever, to have opportunities to be connecting with nature, however small!” Claire Goulding, Trinity Activities Coordinator

The team have created some exciting new activity packs filled with simple DIY windowsill gardening ideas and craft activities for you and your children to get busy with at home. Activities include sowing seeds, making bird feeders, scavenger hunts and more, perfect to activate and challenge young minds.

Normally Trinity would be welcoming groups to take part in weekly Forest School sessions in partnership with St Nicholas of Toletine, Barton Hill Academy and Hannah Moore Primary schools as well as offering open access activities during school holidays.

We have been in communication with our funders on how best to respond to the current situation and adapt our offer – making sure we don’t forget those who have less access to online platforms such Trinity Presents where we have been sharing a series of classes and activities.

How do I order a pack?

We have teamed up with local schools in the area to reach out to local families so keep an eye on their newsletters and emails. Alternatively you can also reserve your pack direct with us and we will be back in touch to arrange collection point either at your local school or a drop off collection to your door.

To reserve your activity pack call us at Trinity on 0117 935 1200.

Due to limited packs for our first run we are prioritising families living in BS2 and BS5.

Please only order one pack per household. The packs come with a few gardening materials to support the activities.

Activities are suited for children aged 5 years and up. Some may require more adult support.

Packs are designed for households that may not have access to a garden i.e. balcony only etc.

This project response to Covid-19 has been made possible from our funders Children in Need, Power to Change & Awards For All.

Click here to download a copy of our Nature to Your Door activity pack

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Make your own birdfeeder

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Find out how to get crafting at home with Fleur from our Garden Team

Make your own birdfeeder

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Our Garden facilitator Fleur has been busy creating a birdfeeder so our feathered friends have some tasty treats in the Trinity Community Garden.

Here is a step by step guide to making your very own birdfeeder at home. All you need is an empty toilet roll, string, some fat (lard, butter or margarine) and some birdfeed (or nuts or sugar free cereal.)

Make sure you send us pictures of the birds you see if you make your own!

Thank you BBC Children in Need for making Garden activities for children possible.

This is brought to you by Trinity Presents. Click here to see more arts, community, well-being and education content or follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Trinity are working with external artists, partners and organisations as part of Trinity Presents Online to provide exciting content, relevant to Trinity's diverse audiences and in line with our Equal Opportunities and Free Speech Policies. Click here for more information about our Policies. While we endeavour to ensure content we share is relevant and appropriate, Trinity is not responsible for individual content created by third parties.

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Trinity given emergency funding by Arts Council

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Trinity has been given a grant of £35k as part of Arts Council England's £160m emergency package supporting the arts sector

Trinity given emergency funding by Arts Council

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Trinity given emergency funding by Arts Council

Trinity will be supporting artists to create original work as part of Trinity Presents Online

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Team Trinity, pre-lockdown

The Trinity Centre, Old Market, has been given a grant of £35k as part of Arts Council England's £160m emergency package to support the arts sector during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Over 80% of Trinity's revenue is earned income from live music, bar sales, a pay and display public car park, plus hall hire for a range of community events and activities. Trading has ceased since the pandemic and the venue is anticipating a slow recovery once restrictions begin to lift, due to potential extended restrictions on public gatherings.

The grant from Arts Council England will be used to support Trinity through its recovery plan as well as help us to adapt existing projects and move activities online. As this is also a very difficult time for artists and freelance practitioners, Trinity is committing 20% of its grant to pay independent artists and community members for contributions to 'Trinity Presents'. This will include online workshops with Trinity's Associate Artist and local resident, Roxanna Vilk.

"Never have the Arts been more important than now, in these peculiar times. Singing, dancing, painting, drama, poetry - people are reaching out to all the art forms for nourishment, comfort, entertainment & wisdom. We mustn’t starve our imaginations & Trinity has a part to play in refreshing & delighting its followers. I’m thrilled to be one of them." Miriam Margolyes OBE, Trinity Patron

Trinity will be releasing information about an open-call commission for an independent D/Deaf or disabled artist to create a new piece of digital work.

Speaking of the recent support, Tom Marshman, Board Member and Local Artist said:

“Not really a time for a massive celebration party, more of an opportunity to take a breath and pause whilst we all stabilize ourselves and look forward to life after isolation. With this promise of the Emergency Arts Council Grant, Trinity can feel more assured that they will continue to be at the heart of Bristol culture and community engagement that is always people centred”.

Since we began our lockdown Trinity has been working hard to ensure that we continue to reach out to our community and support the independent artists that we work with. We have been providing a digital platform via Trinity Presents. Arts Council support at this crucial point, means we can continue this offer as well as find new ways to support artists to connect communities with relevant and much needed cultural experiences.

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Working Virtually with Young People

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Find out how the music team have moved sessions online

Working Virtually with Young People

by sarah last modified 16/05/2020 05:22 PM
Working Virtually with Young People

Making Tracks Trinity Centre

Before the lockdown a student takes part in a piano lesson in Trinity's music studios. Photo @ KoLAB Studios

When lockdown restrictions were announced Trinity's Music Team worked to move Making Tracks activity online.

So now instead of sessions in our building, young people meet with Tutors online for weekly music making sessions.

Since Mar 16, the team have worked with over 15 young people delivering music production workshops in: vocal tuition, guitar and bass tuition, songwriting, music production and skill sharing sessions. Tutors have also been creating online content, including short videos in industry skills and improving musical abilities. Emerging musicians from Making Tracks including Sam Neal have provided soundtracks.

"It's a lifeline. He loves it. It's really good for his mental health and autism to have these sessions scheduled during this time. It's really, really helping. Thank you so much'.
Parent of a Trinity Making Tracks young person

Partners ACE and Basement Studios continue to provide provisions, including checking in with young people online and providing workshops and bespoke masterclasses.

Trinity have hosted a virtual 3rd Space meeting, where organisations who provide music services for young people across Bristol come together and talk about ideas.

Making Tracks team members have also joined Youth Music’s online sessions; learning from and inputting to the wider sector transition to online working, safeguarding and working with young people who might not have access to equipment.

Making Tracks is supported by Youth Music and using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England, as well as support from match funders.

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Learn Piano Triads

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Join Making Tracks Tutor Pete for a short Tutorial

Learn Piano Triads

by sarah last modified 23/06/2020 01:26 PM
Learn Piano Triads

Trinity Presents online content

Pete teaches Drum, Piano and Live Performance on Making Tracks - our life changing Music Making Project with Basement Studios and Aspiration Creation Elevation C.I.C.

From his home, he has recorded this short video explaining piano triads and how to play Otis Redding's 'Lean On Me'.

Making Tracks is supported by Youth Music and using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England, as well as support from match funders.

This is brought to you by Trinity Presents. Click here to see more arts, community, well-being and education content or follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Trinity are working with external artists, partners and organisations as part of Trinity Presents Online to provide exciting content, relevant to Trinity's diverse audiences and in line with our Equal Opportunities and Free Speech Policies. Click here for more information about our Policies. While we endeavour to ensure content we share is relevant and appropriate, Trinity is not responsible for individual content created by third parties.

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Too Many T's Live Stream

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Live stream recorded on Facebook in collaboration with MiniRigs

Too Many T's Live Stream

by sarah last modified 01/06/2020 02:08 PM
Too Many T's Live Stream

Too Many T's

This is brought to you by Trinity Presents. Click here to see more arts, community, well-being and education content or follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Trinity are working with external artists, partners and organisations as part of Trinity Presents Online to provide exciting content, relevant to Trinity's diverse audiences and in line with our Equal Opportunities and Free Speech Policies. Click here for more information about our Policies. While we endeavour to ensure content we share is relevant and appropriate, Trinity is not responsible for individual content created by third parties.

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In Focus: Pete Warner

by sarah last modified 04/05/2020 11:27 AM
Pete is a Making Tracks piano/drums tutor

In Focus: Pete Warner

by sarah last modified 04/05/2020 11:27 AM
In Focus: Pete Warner

Pete Warner Making Tracks Tutor

Making Tracks Tutor Pete is a drummer, keyboard and piano, backing vocalist and percussion player who has industry skills and experience in live performance, touring, street performance, studio work, event promotion, sound engineering, stage coordination, festival booking and organisation.

Pete plays in Bristol based Hip Hop outfit Almatic, as well as hot jazz and swing band the Gin Bowlers, and Bluegrass and Country band Feral Mouth. As well as multi tasking the management of several projects including running a rehearsal studio, providing PA and backline to events around Bristol and Norfolk, he teaches drums from his studio in Bristol.

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In Focus: Dance For Parkinson's

by sarah last modified 23/06/2020 01:28 PM
Catch up with The Original Spinners

In Focus: Dance For Parkinson's

by sarah last modified 23/06/2020 01:28 PM
In Focus: Dance For Parkinson's

Dance for Parkinsons Trinity Community Arts

We're really missing our regular community events, so while the building is closed we have asked some of the groups and classes to tell us about their activities, who takes part in their classes and some of the great things they have achieved so far.

Rachel James from The Original Spinners kindly sent us a lovely little video about Dance For Parkinson's.

The class is for people with Parkinson's, partners and carers and is all about creativity, fun, and an excellent playlist.

Rachel shares some of their highlights from gentle exercises to performances at Bristol Harbour Festival.

You can see more #TrinityPresents videos alongside activities to take part in, live streams and much more by making sure you like and follow our page.

This is brought to you by Trinity Presents. Click here to see more arts, community, well-being and education content or follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Trinity are working with external artists, partners and organisations as part of Trinity Presents Online to provide exciting content, relevant to Trinity's diverse audiences and in line with our Equal Opportunities and Free Speech Policies. Click here for more information about our Policies. While we endeavour to ensure content we share is relevant and appropriate, Trinity is not responsible for individual content created by third parties.

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Nuala Honan Single Launch

by sarah last modified 23/06/2020 01:30 PM
Live stream from Bristol-based singer songwriter

Nuala Honan Single Launch

by sarah last modified 23/06/2020 01:30 PM
Nuala Honan Single Launch

Nuala Honan Live Stream Trinity Presents

Singer-songwriter, composer and musician, Nuala Honan, joined Trinity for a livestream single launch for new single, Head Undone.

‘Head Undone’ is the second single from Bristol-based, Australia-born, independent artist, Nuala Honan’s second album, which launches later this year.

This is brought to you by Trinity Presents. Click here to see more arts, community, well-being and education content or follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Trinity are working with external artists, partners and organisations as part of Trinity Presents Online to provide exciting content, relevant to Trinity's diverse audiences and in line with our Equal Opportunities and Free Speech Policies. Click here for more information about our Policies. While we endeavour to ensure content we share is relevant and appropriate, Trinity is not responsible for individual content created by third parties.

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How to Self Release Your Music

by sarah last modified 23/06/2020 01:33 PM
Find out how to release music with our Making Tracks tutors

How to Self Release Your Music

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How to Self Release Your Music

Making Tracks Online Content

We asked two of our tutors, Bethany Stenning and Oliver Cocup, for their top tips on self-releasing your music.

Here at Trinity, all the music tutors who work with the young people who take part in Making Tracks programme (teaching music to young people) are also professional musicians working in the industry.

If you have any questions, or want to know more about Making Tracks, get in touch with our Making Tracks Music Tutors at info@trinitybristol.org.uk

This is brought to you by Trinity Presents. Click here to see more arts, community, well-being and education content or follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Trinity are working with external artists, partners and organisations as part of Trinity Presents Online to provide exciting content, relevant to Trinity's diverse audiences and in line with our Equal Opportunities and Free Speech Policies. Click here for more information about our Policies. While we endeavour to ensure content we share is relevant and appropriate, Trinity is not responsible for individual content created by third parties.

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