The Gywin Murray Scholarship was established by Trinity in 2012 to honour of our long-time organist, Mrs. Gywin Murray. The purpose is to support post-secondary students who are either studying music or are otherwise musically oriented.
Funds are available to scholarship recipients for the 2018-19 school year. Applications are due by Monday, May 14th. The application can be found online here.
*** UPDATE ***
Unfortunately, the recital with Angus Sinclair at Trinity on April 15th had to be cancelled. Thank you for all of the interest in this event! We hope to reschedule this event, possibly in the autumn.
On Sunday, April 15th at 3:00 pm, Trinity presents an organ recital featuring Angus Sinclair. Works featured by Bach, Buxtehude, Cabena, and Sinclair on the Gabriel Kney organ.
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Angus Sinclair is a Canadian organist and pianist. As organist and music director, his appointments included St. Paul’s Cathedral, London, and the Blyth Festival Singers. He was accompanist for the Three Cantors from 1997 to 2016, recording several CDs, performing 250 concerts, and raising over $1 million in aid of the Huron Hunger Fund.
The Murray Scholarship is administered by the Eastern Synod, and was established in 2012 by a donation from Trinity Church to honour our long-serving musician, Gywin Murray. The purpose is to support students who are either studying music or are otherwise musically oriented. The following are considered when awarding the scholarship:
- Christian character
- Financial need
- Academic achievement
- Dedicated participation in the Church – specifically in the area of music
- Dedicated participation in the Community
The application deadline is Monday, May 14th, 2018. These funds are available for the school year 2018‐2019.
You can find the application online here.