Congregational Arts

The diversity of Music and the Arts at Trinity Wall Street is expressed through the individuals who contribute their talents throughout the community. The Congregational Arts Committee celebrates artistic gifts, as both novices and accomplished artists participate together in classes, dance, theater, poetry, and other events, providing theological insights on spiritual, social, and moral issues. Events and performances take place throughout Lower Manhattan at Trinity Church, St. Paul's Chapel, and the Parish Center. The three sub-committees of Congregational Arts—Lively Arts (including the Trinity Movement Choir and poetry), Allegro (music), and Visual Arts—all serve a vital mission of galvanizing the downtown community through the arts.

Committee Chair: Karla Chee-a-tow


To get involved, please email the contacts provided below and state your interest.

Lively Arts (Theater, Poetry)

Committee Chair: Pamela Mosley

Trinity Movement Choir

Committee Chair: Marilyn Green

Elements of Creation

Sunday, November 15, 2pm, Online

Trinity Movement Choir offers reverence for and resolve to take care of physical creation in an online dance performance of Elements of Creation, followed by a live Q&A with the performers. Trinity Movement Choir’s structured improvisation, inspired by the dreamlike intensity of Japanese butoh dance and the work of dance artist Rudolf Laban, transforms performers and audiences alike.

Under the direction of Marilyn Green and Mildred Chandler, Trinity Movement Choir has performed at the Parliament of the World’s Religions, the Performing the World global conference, the Chautauqua Institution, and the Sacred Dance Guild international conferences.




Allegro (Music)

Committee Chair: Deborah Hope,

Sunday Afternoon Music at Home

We’re bringing Sunday Afternoon Music to you at home. 

Sunday, November 8, 3pm

Classical music scholar and musician David Belkovski performs J.S. Bach’s Toccata and W.F. Bach’s Polonaise in this live music recital. Widely recognized for his artistry on both historical and modern keyboards, David has performed concertos with Juilliard415, the American Classical Orchestra, and the Eastman School Symphony Orchestra, among others.




Visual Arts

Committee Chairs: Donato Mallano and Bill McCue