Trinity Concert Series

Trinity is home to several artists-in-residence as well as having partnerships with other arts groups. Trinity also provides rehearsal space for musical groups that participate, on occasion, in our worship services or perform concerts at Trinity. Complimentary parking for music events is available in the Skyline garage between 8th and 9th (enter on Columbia).

Radiance presents, "The Golden Harvest"

Saturday,

October 26

7:30 pm

Parish Hall

New vocal ensemble, Radiance, opens their inaugural season with a program featuring Shaker arrangements by American composers and British partsongs. More information.

 Gary Stroutsos, Native Flutist and Storyteller

Sunday,

November 17

1:30 pm

Parish Hall

Throughout the years, Gary Stroutsos has collected and performed flute music from all over the world. He has worked extensively with the Hopfi people of the southwestern U.S. to preserve their heritage of both music and instruments. Join us for a family-friendly concert of stories and native flute music, with commentary about Gary's work in cultural preservation. More information at www.garystroutsos.com

Seattle Bach Choir presents "Beginnings"

Sunday,

November 24

3:00 pm

Church

Selections from Schütz  Psalmen Davids frame this program of beginnings. The tracing of Jesus' ancestry back to Adam, Pärt's hypnotic "Which was the song of...," serves as the centerpiece linking settings from the Genesis creation narrative with German chorales and Latin motets for Advent - the beginning of the church year. More information.

Radiance presents, "An American Christmas"

Saturday,

December 7

7:30 pm

Church

Vocal ensemble, Radiance, is  excited to have Doug Fullington as guest conductor for AN AMERICAN CHRISTMAS, a fun and lively performance of early American music from New England, Appalachian, and Shaker traditions. AN AMERICAN CHRISTMAS is a perfect performance for families, friends, and children to celebrate the holiday season. Raucous tunes in the shapenote tradition; simple, heartfelt Shaker melodies; and the proud and vigorous New England "primitive" style will take the audience on a journey discovering holiday fare from the variety of traditions that combine to create America's vital and inspiring musical heritage. This narrated performance features songs and carols for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and the New Year.  More information.

A Child's Christmas in Wales

Sunday,

December 22

3:00 pm

Parish Hall

Trinity's own Lin Wilson reads this beloved classic tale of a young Welsh boy's Christmas celebrations in the 1920s. Songs from the story will be performed, with a festive reception to follow.

Opus 7

Saturday,

December 28

8:00 pm

Church

Christmas Caroling -- A holiday concert of light and fanciful settings of Christmas carols and Holiday songs. The program will include selections of Alfred Burt carols, arrangements by Sir David Willcocks, William Walton, Lajos Bárdos, Stephen Paulus and many others.

Radiance presents, "Reincarnations"

Saturday,

February 15

7:30 pm

Parish Hall

A program featuring vocal music about struggle, death, and renewed hope. More information.

Mirinesse Women's Choir

Saturday,

March 7

7:30 pm

Church

Mirinesse, under the direction of Rebecca Rottsolk, presents Richer for Her, a powerful and deeply personal program, drawing its inspiration from the texts of female poets over many centuries in settings by outstanding American and Canadian composers. www.mirinessewomenschoir.org

Radiance presents, "Collaboration"

Saturday,

March 14

7:30 pm

Parish Hall

Join us for the final concert of our inaugural season; a collaboration of local groups performing local choral music. More information.

Kasa Quartet, with Nathan Chan, cello

Monday,

March 30

7:30 pm

Church

The Kasa Quartet, comprised of members from Seattle to New York, presents an evening of chamber music. The concert will feature Seattle Symphony cellist Nathan Chan, one its newest and youngest players. www.kasaquartet.com

Jo Baim, organ

Sunday,

May 10

1:30 pm

Church

Trinity Music Director Sr. Jo Baim presents a program of organ pieces by Spanish composers, as well as works by Lübeck, Franck, and Ferrara.

Seattle Bach Choir presents "Endings"

Sunday,

June 7

3:00 pm

Church

All endings bring the hope of renewal. Musical descriptions of the Last Judgment and the Archangel Michael’s final defeat the devil include works of Scheidt, Vulpius, Gumpelzhaimer, and the Sacred Harp tradition. Jonathan Dove’s thrilling cycle, The Passing of the Year, closes our season with Tennyson’s words, “Ring in the thousand years of peace!.” More information.

Trinity Consort

Sunday,

June 14

2:00 pm

Church

The Trinity Consort presents a program of favorite pieces from medieval to modern for recorder ensemble, with lute and percussion.

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