Collaborations, Tours, and Special Engagements

Collaborations, Tours & Special Engagements

 
Beyond Trinity: Collaborations & Tours

Trinity has established partnerships with prominent arts and community leaders and is dedicated to promoting emerging artists of all disciplines as well as new arts and cultural organizations. In the 2015-16 season, Trinity is collaborating with Opera America, National Sawdust, VisionIntoArt, Beth Morrison Projects, HERE, Prototype Festival, Newspeak, Norway's 1B1, and will work with renowned composers Du Yun, Paola Prestini, Tim Brady, Tarik O'Regan, and David Lang.

 
Thursday, October 29, 2015, 8pm
National Sawdust, Brooklyn, NY
"Atacama"
Tim Brady – Symphony No. 3
The Choir of Trinity Wall Street with Newspeak
Julian Wachner, conductor
 
Friday, November 13, 2015, 8pm
National Sawdust, Brooklyn, NY
Collaboration with 1B1, Paola Prestini, and David Lang
"The Great Beauty"
David Lang – I lie
David Lang – World to come IV
Arvo Pärt - My Heart's is in the highlands
Vladimir Martynov – The Beatitudes
Zbigniew Preisner – Dies Irae
John Taverner – The Lamb
Arvo Pärt – Te Deum
The Choir of Trinity Wall Street with 1B1 and NOVUS NY
Julian Wachner, conductor
 
Wednesday, December 23, 2015, 3pm
David Lang – Little Match Girl Passion
Benjamin Britten – A Ceremony of Carols
The Choir of Trinity Wall Street
Julian Wachner, conductor
 
 
 
Tours
 
Saturday, November 14, 2015, 7:30pm
Wyoming Seminary, Kingston, PA
Wyoming Seminary's Kirby Center for Creative Arts
The Choir of Trinity Wall Street with Bang on a Can All-Stars
Julian Wachner, conductor
 
A performance of Julia Wolfe's Pulitzer-Prize winning oratorio, Anthracite Fields, illuminated by the visual projections of scenic designer Jeff Sugg. A pre-concert talk at the Kirby Center will begin at 6:30pm.
 
Tickets are $10, available online or at the door. To buy tickets, order online or call 570.270.2192.
 
Friday, February 12, 2016, 8pm
American Choral Directors Association (ACDA)
Jordan Hall, New England Conservatory, Boston
The Choir of Trinity Wall Street
Julian Wachner, conductor
 
Sunday, April 24, 2016, 2pm
Bourgie Concert Hall, Montreal (Quebec, Canada)
Bach Cantatas
The Choir of Trinity Wall Street and Trinity Baroque Orchestra
Julian Wachner, conductor
 
 
 
Opera

Opera has an enormous capacity to convey the human experience, and Trinity Wall Street is pleased to bring that energy to its audiences through partnerships with the Prototype Festival and Opera America in the 2015-16 season:

 
Angel's Bone (World Premiere)
January 6, 10, 12, 13, 15, and 16, 2016, at 7pm
January 9 and 17, 2016, at 3pm
 

Angel's Bone is a world premiere work of opera-theatre that follows the plight of two angels mysteriously come to Earth who are found, sheltered, manipulated, and imprisoned by a pair of mortals bent on worldly prosperity at all costs. The opera is a collaboration between Du Yun and Royce Vavrek—two of the most compelling young artists working in the field today—and is directed by multidisciplinary rising star Michael McQuilken. The work is scored for four soloists—coming disparately from the operatic, punk, folk, and musical theatre worlds—plus a chorus, electronics, and NOVUS NY under the music direction of Julian Wachner. Angel's Bone melds chamber music, theatre, pop music, spoken word, opera, cabaret, and electronics, exploring the dark effects and motivations behind modern-day slavery and the trafficking industry.

Composer: Du Yun
Librettist: Royce Vavrek
Director: Michael McQuilken
Music Director: Julian Wachner
Scenic Design: Matthew Saunders
Light Design: Yi Zhao
Projection Design: Hannah Wasileski
Choreography: Christy Lee
 
Cast
Girl Angel: Jennifer Charles from Elysian Fields
Boy Angel: Peter Tansits
Mrs. XE: Abigail Fischer
Mr. XE: Kyle Pfortmiller
 

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Opera America: New Works Forum Showcase
Monday, January 18, 2016, 8pm
Trinity Church (Broadway at Wall Street)
Huang Ruo – Dream of the Red Chamber
Hannah Lash – Beowolf
Stewart Copeland – The Invention of Moral
Sheila Silver – A Thousand Splendid Suns
Julian Wachner, music director and conductor