Trinity High School is located in the heart of the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex, in Euless, Texas and is a part of the Hurst, Euless, Bedford School District. The Euless Trinity High School Band has a rich history of excellence and are a valued part of the Trinity High School educational experience. The Trinity Band currently serves nearly 200 students who participate in marching band, three concert bands (Concert, Symphonic, Wind Ensemble), large and small chamber ensembles, two Jazz Bands, two winter guard troupes, and our percussion ensembles.
At the core of the band program are the concert ensembles and Trinity’s award winning Marching Band. Trinity’s concert ensembles include multiple tiers of programs, including the top tier Wind Ensemble who are consistent Division I and Sweepstakes award winners. These ensembles consistently receive the highest possible ratings at local and regional competitions. The band program also includes the award-winning “Trojan” Marching Band. In past years, the Trojan Marching Band has been a top-contender at the Regional and Area 6A Marching Band competitions. The marching band also participates in numerous local and regional marching band competitions, parades, and community events.
The Jazz Bands at Trinity are extracurricular ensembles and are designed to build and enhance the music education the students receive in the concert and marching ensembles. The repertoire for all ensembles consists mainly of jazz standards with improvisation at the core of all the literature and instruction. The Jazz ensembles rehearse multiple times a week and performs at school concerts, district events, and for the community.
Extracurricular ensembles and activities for our members include the Trinity Winter Guard, percussion ensemble, and numerous small chamber ensembles that perform throughout the community and at the UIL Solo & Ensemble levels of competition. In addition, the Trinity High School Bands consistently place a large number of students in the Region, Area, and All-State Bands of Texas.