The Grammy-nominated Trinity Baroque Orchestra made its debut for Trinity Wall Street’s 2009 performances of Messiah, and has since performed and recorded exclusively with the Trinity Choir in master- works of Bach, Handel, and Schütz, including Handel’s Israel in Egypt, Bach’s Passions, and a wealth of Bach Cantatas presented weekly in historic St. Paul’s Chapel as the orchestra for Bach at One. The Trinity Baroque Orchestra has recorded with the Choir of Trinity Wall Street for the Grammy-nominated Israel in Egypt and J.S. Bach: Complete Motets. With Julian Wachner as principal conductor, the group boasts a varied roster of North America’s finest period players. Robert Mealy, described by The New Yorker as “New York’s world-class early music violinist,” serves as principal concertmaster. The band is rich with notable players such as Avi Stein, John Thiessen, Anne Trout, Cynthia Roberts, Gonzalo Ruiz,Washington McClain, Sandra Miller, Katie Reitman, Lisa Terry, and Jessica Troy, to name a few. Players in the Trinity Baroque Orchestra bring extensive experience gained with the finest orchestras (Baroque, Classical, and modern), chamber ensembles and festivals worldwide, including the Boston Camerata, Les Arts Florissants, Mark Morris Dance Group, Boston Early Music Festival, Tafelmusik, REBEL, Fortune’s Wheel, King’s Noyse, Quicksilver, Philharmonia Baroque, American Bach Soloists, Academy of Ancient Music, English Baroque Soloists, Handel and Haydn Society, Amsterdam Baroque, Taverner Players, Ensemble Caprice, the Metropolitan Opera, Piffaro, Green Mountain Project, Spiritus Collective, Concerto Palatino, Big Apple Baroque, Concert Royal, Los Angeles Baroque, Orpheus, the Orchestra of St. Lukes, Clarion Music Society, Parthenia, the Lufthansa Festival, Oregon Bach Festival, Aspen Music Festival, Verbier Festival, and many others. In addition, several of the players hold faculty and adjunct faculty positions at the most respected institutions, including Yale University, Harvard University, Indiana University, and The Juilliard School.