Trinity Sessions

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On the evening of Sunday 4th October, Roger and Yvonne Freeman (members of the Church of the Trinity) were honoured and acknowledged by the Adelaide Music Collective (AMC) SA Music Hall of Fame for their long and significant contribution in creating a wonderful live music venue here in Adelaide.

Eighteen years ago in April 2002, they established the ‘Trinity Sessions’ as a platform for original music in the service of a multitude of local, National and International musicians. The ‘Trinity Sessions’ is one of Adelaide’s best and unique concert venues. Set in the beautiful old Church of the Trinity on Goodwood Road, Clarence Park, the ‘Trinity Sessions’ provides wonderful acoustics, comfortable seating for 200 in concert mode, and is a unique performance space for a wide variety of music.

‘Congratulations to two of the most respected, deserving and humble, hard-working people in the Adelaide music scene,’ posted well-known drummer and musician Enrico Mick Morena on his Facebook page.

Concerts at ‘Trinity Sessions’ were greatly missed during the recent COVID-19 lockdown period but have now re-commenced with Roger and Yvonne’s emphasis on supporting live music and artists during difficult times.

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