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TUCHÉ Ends Semester with a Harmonious Happy Hour

Student group holds a concert to showcase Trinity musical talent

By Russell Guerrero ’83
Video by Dustin Coleman

December 2009 – At the end of the fall semester, the Trinity University Chamber Ensemble, known as TUCHÉ, hosted a concert guaranteed to beat the stress caused by the start of finals and the writing of term papers.

Billed as their 2nd Annual Holiday Happy Hour, members of the student-run music organization performed in front of an appreciative audience on cold December afternoon in the Coates University Center. 

TUCHÉ members presented a wide array of musical styles. Some members played as a trio with piano, violin, and horn. Another group entertained the Coates crowd with three electric guitars. Still other members performed as a solo act: one playing music on a mountain dulcimer and another singing a capella.

 The constant theme of the happy hour was the high degree of musical talent exhibited by the students, most who are not music majors.  And, as promised, the audience left feeling rejuvenated by the concert and ready to finish the year on a high note.






Meet TUCHÉ members and see them perform.

© 2009 Trinity University

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