We join together on Sunday mornings as a sort of touchstone which reorients our lives toward the sacred, through gathering, reading Scriptures, prayer, offering, breaking bread, and engaging in service to our community.
Meet The music ministry Team
Jenny Boin Cheong
Director of Music
A winner of the Yo-Yo Ma Scholarship, the Excellent Piano Performance Award, and the Music Scholarship, Jenny is a Korean Canadian multi-talented musician who is a cellist, a pianist, an organist and a conductor.
Since 1998, Jenny conducted various vocal groups and orchestras in Montreal and Toronto which included different age groups from age 7 to 70+. She has also performed in various orchestras as the Principal Cellist, and currently is the Principal Cellist of the North York Concert Orchestra since September 2017. Jenny is also continuing her studies in the Doctor of Musical Arts in Cello Performance at the University of Toronto, Faculty of Music with Professor Shauna Rolston, the award-winning Canadian cellist.
More details about Jenny can be found on her website: www.jennythecellist.com.
Youth Choir & Orchestra Director
Mary is an active vocalist, involved with musical theatre, choral ensembles and solo work.
Apart from directing the Youth choir, she is also a member of The Marion Singers. She was for many years a member of both Youth and Adult choirs at Trinity, Aurora, and while living in Vancouver, sang with the Vancouver Bach Choir and the Elektra Women’s Chorus. She has directed the Youth choir since her return to Aurora in 1993.
Dave has been singing with Trinity Unplugged for over 20 years.
He has a passion for contemporary Christian music. Dave has been guiding Trinity Unplugged since January of 2013 and appreciates the support of the musicians who support the musical leadership that Trinity Unplugged provides.
Barton Handbell Choir Director
Kim joined the Trinity Barton Handbell Choir as a member in 2006 and enjoyed the challenge of ringing in a three-octave handbell choir.
She took over as director from Mary Ridgley in 2010. Since taking on this role, Kim has attended numerous provincial and international handbell festivals as a member of the Ontario Guild of English Handbell Ringers (OGEHR) and now serves as Communications Director and Webmaster on their board of directors.
Kim attributes her directing skills to the numerous workshops she has both taken and led for OGEHR, the on-the-job directing of the eleven-member handbell choir, and the patience and guidance of Mary Ridgley, Trinity’s youth, orchestra, and former handbell director.
After playing with the York Symphony Orchestra, Wesley Bells now performs on his 18c. Czech violin, with the Scarborough Philharmonic, the Ontario Philharmonic, and the National Academy Orchestra. On Stage, he has delighted audiences at the Richmond Hill Performing Arts Centre, Toronto’s Walter Hall and Glenn Gould Studio.
Wesley studied under Annalee Patipatanakoon and Timothy Ying, and has performed in masterclasses, for artists including Lara St. John, Jonathan Crow, Mark Skazinetsky, Jeanne Lamon, Marie Bérard, Paul Widner, and the late David Zafer. He is a graduate of UofT, with a Bachelor of Music Degree in Violin Performance, and holds an Associate Diploma from the Royal Conservatory of Music (ARCT).
Our adult choir provides musical leadership most Sundays at our 9:15am service. A mixed-voice choir, featuring an extensive repertoire of anthems and motets appropriate for the various seasons of the year. Drawing from a broad selection of music, we showcase the diversity of the Anglican musical tradition.
The Youth Choir provides a creative opportunity for the young people of Trinity to offer their love of music and joyful voices to the glory of God. Through regular participation in Sunday worship and special events, the Youth Choir promotes Christian fellowship and provides musical training for young singers.
Trinity Unplugged provides contemporary folk inspired music for services at Trinity once a month, and is also actively involved at other events within the local community and diocese. A choir of voices, guitars, stringed instruments, and percussion combine to create a fun and modern expression of Anglican worship.
We are blessed to have the beautiful textures of strings, horns, woodwinds, and percussion accompany our 9:15 worship service, regularly. If you play an instrument and are looking for an opportunity to make music, you should considering auditioning for our orchestra!