Do you hear the music? If you are in the neighborhood of Lower Manhattan in the next few days, chances are you will. There are eight opportunities to hear live music at Trinity Wall Street between Thursday, May 8 and Monday, May 12.
Thursday’s Concert at One features pianist Michelle Cann playing works by Chopin, Beethoven, and Debussy. The concert will be webcast live and available on-demand.Read more
Beginning this fall, the Choir of Trinity Wall Street and other guest artists will perform a wide range of works by the versatile and prolific composer, Benjamin Britten, in honor of his 100th birthday. The works of Britten will be presented as part of Trinity Wall Street’s recurring concert series, including Bach at One and Concerts at One, and will feature several additional special events.
Tickets are avaialble now for a special evening concert featuring acclaimed tenor NicholasRead more
by Jeremy Sierra
It was a passing of the torch one night in France when influential experimental musician, Alan Vega, brought his son, Dante, onto the stage to perform alongside him.
Dante has been singing for years now, not only beside his father, but also with the Trinity Youth Chorus. He’s been a member since its inception, seven years ago.
“When he was about 7, he was always humming toRead more
The Choir of Trinity Wall Street and the Trinity Baroque Orchestra performed Handel’s Messiah at Lincoln Center’s Tully Hall to rave reviews. “Led with both fearsome energy and delicate grace by Julian Wachner, the Trinity performance was, like last year’s outing, a model of what is musically and emotionally possible with this venerable score,”Read more
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The Choir of Trinity Wall Street spent some significant time with rock n’ roll royalty Saturday night, singing the choral part to The Rolling Stones’ iconic secular hymn, “You Can’t Always Get What You Want”Read more
The Choir of Trinity Wall Street and the Trinity Baroque Orchestra’s recording of Handel’s Israel in Egypt has been nominated for a 2013 Grammy Award. The performance of the oratorio was conducted by Julian Wachner, Director of Music, and was released by the Music Omnia label in October.
Music lovers raised nearly $40,000 for hurricane relief at Trinity’s Concert for New York. With just a week to practice and prepare, the Choir of Trinity Wall Street and the Trinity Baroque Orchestra performed Bach’s Mass in B Minor on November 10 to support the Mayor’s Fund for the Advancement of New York, which is providing essential living supplies to New Yorkers in need after Hurricane Sandy.Read more
On Saturday, October 6, Trinity Choir and staff member Jonathan Woody was recognized by Prince George’s African American Museum and Cultural Center. The museum honored him with the CulturalRead more