Trinity donates sheet music to Oxfam

26 Aug 2014

Following a recent review of its music library, Trinity has donated a large amount of surplus sheet music to a good cause. The donation is a diverse one, consisting of around 1,200 pieces, ranging from classical and jazz to modern rock and pop.

The recipient of these materials is the Oxfam Music & Audio shop in Ealing, London, which has a great reputation for specialising in recorded and print music, across all musical genres, as well as collectibles.

Funds raised by the sale of these items goes to support Oxfam’s work around the world to fight the root causes of poverty and provide aid in emergencies.

The donated items have so far proved popular and David Russell, Manager, Oxfam Music, who advises the store on its stock, said ‘We would like to thank Trinity for the excellent donation which goes a long way to support Oxfam's work’.

Trinity’s academic director, Nick Beach said: ‘This was a great opportunity for Trinity, in a small way, to support the work of Oxfam and it’s good to know that the proceeds from this music will help to fund such worthwhile causes’.

Find out more about the Oxfam Music & Audio shop, and more about Oxfam’s global charitable work, here.

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