Trinity Wall Street is pleased to offer performance opportunities for amateurs and professionals of all ages. From the Youth Chorus and Movement Choir to poetry and visual art, Trinity's diverse programming allows musicians and artists to grow in their craft while giving back to the Lower Manhattan community.
Whether you are a resident of New York City, a weekend visitor, or a choir touring NYC and looking to perform, all are welcome to participate. Come and be part of Trinity's rich tradition in music and the arts.
Downtown Voices is a semiprofessional choir at Trinity Church Wall Street made up of volunteer singers from the New York metro area and members of the professional Choir of Trinity Wall Street. It is directed by Stephen Sands and began its inaugural season in the fall of 2015. Learn more about how to audition.
St. Paul's Chapel Choir
The St. Paul’s Chapel Choir is a volunteer choir that sings for morning services on the first Sunday of each month at St. Paul’s Chapel and leads a congregational hymn-sing each season. It is directed by Janet Yieh. Learn more about auditions.
Youth Music Programs
Trinity Wall Street is the voice of youth in Lower Manhattan, providing a unique musical environment for young singers and instrumentalists alike. Trinity offers music education and performance opportunities for girls and boys ages 5-18. The various programs emphasize the social aspect of making music, bringing together collaborative neighborhood partners and teaching the importance of building bridges within our community. Learn more about auditions.
Congregational Arts celebrates artistic gifts, as both accomplished artists and novices participate together in classes, dance, theater, poetry, and other events, providing theological insights on spiritual, social, and moral issues. Learn more and get in touch.
Change Bell Ringing
Trinity's steeple is filled with bells—23 to be exact! In addition to 11 chiming bells that mark the hours, Trinity has the only set of 12 change-ringing bells in the United States, a gift of British businessman and philanthropist Martin "Dill" Faulkes in 2006. They are uniquely beautiful and require extensive training to ring. A full peal can last between three and four hours. Trinity's change-ringing bells are rung for civic events and weddings, as well as every Sunday. New ringers are always welcome. Visit trinityringers.org, or fill out this form to show your interest, and we will contact you with further information.