Played with Civic Youth Orchestra for 2 years, and on occasion is a guest cellist with other local groups in the Murrieta/Temecula area. She has also performed for senior centers and local residential hospice care patients, as well as events to benefit non-profits such as Birth Choice of Temecula Pregnancy Resource Center and the Whispering Winds Gala for Catholic Charities.
She is now 13 years old, a high school Freshman, performing with Del Norte High School’s Orchestra in 4S Ranch and elected this year to The Student Leadership Board for her High School Orchestra. Trinity studies privately with Windwild Music Studio Instructor, Kirsten Vogelsang Eyerman. She hopes to continue to perform with her cello through her college years and beyond.
Another interest that Trinity is pursuing:
Trinity has been singing in her church choir for 5 years, with Rhonda Parish, Music Director and will begin private voice lessons this year with Rhonda Parish Music Studio.
She has performed with The Candy Cane Choir for one season and The Winterberries for two, now heading into her third season. They will be performing at churches, wineries, and local community events throughout the 2014 Holiday Season. The Spirit of the Season Concert to benefit Rachel’s Vineyard Post Abortion Healing Retreats will be held on Sunday December 7th, 2014 .
Trinity is the only freshman that was accepted into the Del Norte High School Chamber Ensemble and they will be on their way to complete against other high schools throughout the state of California in the Spring of 2015.
Trinity always strives to do her best, and to help others with compassion and heart. She has maintained Honor Roll throughout her grade school and middle school academic career and is now endeavoring to start a Students for Life Club at her high school, which she affectionately calls ,”Nighthawks for Life.” This organization holds fundraisers such as diaper drives and holiday food drives to benefit low income families and local San Diego pregnancy resource center, Life Choices.
Besides playing her cello and singing, Trinity’s favorite pastimes are reading, drawing, baking, playing the piano and spending time with her cat Misty and her dog George.
Trent and I are so very proud of everything Trinity has accomplished. Trinity’s capacity to give and care about others is so immense. She is everything, if not more than we could have ever asked her to be. We cannot wait to see her shine at the Fire and Ice Dinner Show to Benefit Women Organizing Women, Tina Batten Productions and The Seraphim Project.