We are unconventional.
A talented musician embedded in various local bands, Connor “wasn’t sure if I should even go to college” because of his momentum in the music scene. Locally, Connor held the prestigious positions with the Harrisburg Symphony Youth Orchestra and the All-State Orchestra. Connor plays a variety of music—from classical to rock. Along with one of his bands, Connor recently opened for Eddie Money at a charity event held in Carlisle.
Despite these ties, Connor decided to take his talents and experiences gained as a Trinity “pianist in demand” to the University of Miami’s Frost School of Music, where he’ll study studio music and jazz studies. Being a student in Miami will expose Connor to “new styles of music, including Latin and Cuban music.”
Connor credits Trinity for contributing to his development as a well-rounded individual. As a talented musician, Connor was often called upon to help with various musical needs at Trinity, including playing for liturgies, musicals, and chorus performances, all of which has helped him gain musical experience. It’s these small moments, in the niche he thrived in at Trinity, which Connor will miss the most as he leaves high school.