Unplugged is our monthly open mic night in the bar where anyone can perform. We’ve had all manner of performers of all abilities; from synth soloists and acoustic duets to bands and entire societies that you can also read about. On top of that some have themes such as Christmas, Classical and Valentines to name a few.
In Trevs we have a concert each term where the societies perform as a showcase of what they have been working on over the past term. The Christmas concert is also combined with a carol service. This year Orchestral society are launching a scheme that you can read about in their section that will support soloists and ensembles that we’ll hopefully see perform in these concerts.
Live On The Hill
A themed charity event taking place in late November as one of the best events in the Trevs calendar. Performing is an auditioned jazz orchestra accompanied by vocalists composed of some of the best musicians in Trevs. Combined with a cocktail bar formed just for Live On The Hill and all in black tie makes it an event not to be missed.
Battle of The Bands
After exams during the afternoon of Trevs Day, four of Trevs’ best bands will battle it out in front of the rest of college on the back lawn to win the glory and the coveted bar tab.
Trevstock is the final music event of the year taking place after exams in the last week of term. A relaxed music festival from midday to midnight outside in the Quad with the bar opening at the same time with a beer festival. Anyone can sign up to perform including staff and returning Trevs alumni!
Before each formal there are often Trevs students performing pre-formal music in the bar before doors open. It’s a good opportunity to perform in a very relaxed environment. After formal DJs in Trevs put on a trademark Trevs bar night.
This is a night for the musical community of Trevs. A black tie dinner is put on in Trevs where awards decided through voting prior to the dinner are given out to individuals, groups and societies to celebrate their musical achievements and the community itself.