TBCS Holds Third Arts Festival
Trinity-Byrnes Collegiate School held its third annual Arts Festival April 28th-30th. The event consisted of a dance performance, art exhibit, music concert, international food fair, and high school play all throughout the weekend.
The dance students at TBCS choreographed and performed their own dance routines. They chose their own music for their routine and expressed the meaning of their dance.
The art exhibit displayed student artwork of all grade levels from throughout the school year. Art on display consisted of charcoal still life, spray paint stencil street art, watercolor and oil paintings, and much more.
Student poetry was even displayed.
The high school drama students performed Les Misérables twice throughout the weekend. Students had the chance to be in the spotlight, in addition to taking on roles as the technical and stage crew.
The food fair consisted of Indian, Greek, Filipino, and Korean cuisine. Guests had the chance to taste different dishes from around the world.
The music concert featured students from all grade levels across a wide variety of genres. The TBCS Music Club, which is a student-led and organized effort, also contributed talent. The High School Music Ensemble opened and closed the concert with some high-octane selections, with all of the evening's performers invited to join the class on stage for the grand finale, Elton John's "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road."
“All in all, it was one of the most memorable concerts in recent school history, and the students (and their teacher) are excited for next year.”- Tyler Cook, TBCS History and Music Instructor
Trinity-Byrnes offers many performing and visual arts classes each semester with student talents showcased multiple times per year.