Blessed with a rich musical heritage, Trinity Church is proud to offer an extensive series of concerts and special services in the glorious surroundings of H.H. Richardson’s architectural masterpiece. Join us for an exciting season of choral masterpieces, weekly organ recitals, and Candlelight Carols, a beloved Boston tradition in the heart of Copley Square.

List of events with links to descriptions below:

Concerts
Fridays at Trinity Recital Series
FAQs

2014-2015 Trinity Concert Series

Requiem for All Souls

Sunday, November 2
6:00 pm
Sanctuary

The Trinity Choirs and Orchestra perform Maurice Duruflé’s Requiem during the evening Holy Eucharist on All Saints/All Souls Sunday.

Tickets: No tickets required.

The Play of Daniel

Friday, November 21
7:30 pm
Sanctuary

Sunday, November 23
3:00 pm
Sanctuary

The Trinity Concert Series welcomes the Boston Camerata, as they celebrate their 60th anniversary with a new production of The Play of Daniel. Featuring Boston Camerata soloists and the Trinity Choristers, this exciting and ambitious interpretation brings a modern perspective to the medieval work. For more information, please visit www.bostoncamerata.com.

Tickets: $30, $45; www.bostoncamerata.com/tickets

Messiah

Sunday, December 7
3:00 pm
Sanctuary

The choirs, soloists and orchestra of Trinity Church perform Boston’s only annual performance of Handel’s masterpiece in a sacred space. This concert will feature the Advent and Christmas portions, Hallelujah from George Frideric Handel’s Messiah along with Johann Sebastian Bach’s Magnificat.

Featuring:
Janet Stone, soprano
Sarah Moyer, soprano
Sophie Michaux, alto
Katherine Growdon, alto
Fausto Miro, tenor
Alex Nishibun, tenor
David McFerrin, baritone
Jacob Scharfman, baritone

Tickets: $10, $30, $50; trinitychurchboston.tix.com

Candlelight Carols

Saturday, December 13
3:30 pm & 6:30 pm
Sanctuary

Sunday, December 14
3:30 pm
Sanctuary

One of Boston's most beloved events of the season. For more information, click here.

Parish Dinner and Cabaret

Friday, January 30
6:00 pm
Undercroft and Church

This year two of Trinity's most popular events combine and we hope the entire church will celebrate Christian community and fellowship together! Ticket prices have been reduced this year to encourage participation. Enjoy food and drink in the Undercroft and then join Trinity's professional staff singers, along with Richard Webster and Colin Lynch, for entertainment upstairs. This event is presented in conjunction with a Silent Auction to support the 2016 England Tour during which the Trinity Choirs will serve as choir-in-residence at Winchester Cathedral and Westminster Abbey.

Tickets: $28; trinitychurchboston.tix.com

Good Friday Concert

Friday, April 3
5:30 pm
Sanctuary

The La Farge Ensemble returns to Trinity Church, performing choral masterpieces for Passiontide.

Tickets: No tickets required, $20 suggested donation 

St. Paul’s Cathedral Choir

Thursday, April 16
7:00 pm
Sanctuary

The Trinity Concert Series is excited to welcome the world-renowned choir of St. Paul’s Cathedral in London. Come hear this exceptional choir of men and boys perform musical favorites in the Anglican choral tradition.

Tickets: $10, $30, $50, $150 Patron Reception* 
trinitychurchboston.tix.com 

*Each patron reception ticket includes one top level ticket to the concert. $100 of each patron reception ticket is considered a tax-deductible donation and helps fund the St. Paul’s Cathedral Concert.

Rachmaninoff All-Night Vigil

Friday, May 8
6:30 pm Lecture, Forum

7:30 pm Concert, Church
 
Join the Trinity Choirs as they sing Sergei Rachmaninoff's transcendent All-Night Vigil in its 100th anniversary year. Before the concert, join us for a FREE lecture on the Vespers offered by Anna Winestein, a scholar of Russian and European history and art. Ms. Winestein is Director of the Ballet Russes Arts Initiative, a former Fulbright Scholar, and an historian of the arts and cultural exchange of early modern Europe. No registration is required for the lecture.



Run Time: 80 minutes, no intermission
Tickets: $10, $30; trinitychurchboston.tix.com

Trio Speranza

Friday, June 12
12:15 pm
Sanctuary

The Fridays at Trinity Series welcomes Trio Speranza, a dynamic new ensemble dedicated to presenting engaging performances of both familiar and lesser-known repertoire on Baroque period instruments. This performance is a part of the Boston Early Music Festival Fringe Concert Series.

Tickets: No tickets required, $10 suggested donation
 

Fridays at Trinity Recital Series

Join us on Friday afternoons at 12:15 pm for this weekly series of midday organ concerts featuring innovative programs by recitalists from across the United States and abroad. There is no charge for admission, but we invite a donation of $10. All performances take place in the Sanctuary.

Fall 2014 Recitals 

September 5:  Brink Bush
September 12:  Marco Lo Muscia
September 19:  Joey Fala
September 26:  Wesley Hall
October 3:  Richard Clark
October 10:  James Wetzel
October 17:  Heinrich Christensen
October 24:  Iain Quinn
October 31:  Jonathan Vaughan
November 7:  Steven Young
November 14:  Adam Detzner
November 21:  Abbey Siegfried
November 28:  Angela Kraft Cross
December 5:  Julie Vidrick Evans
December 12:  Simon Jacobs
December 19:  Jordan Prescott

Spring 2015 Recitals

January 9: Rodger Vine
January 16: Katelyn Emerson
January 23: Raymond Nagem
January 30: Jacob Street
February 6: Brian Harlow
February 13: Karen Christianson
February 20: Christopher Jennings 
February 27: Harry Huff
March 6: Harold Stover
March 13: Thomas Sheehan
March 20: Adam Detzner
March 27: Peter Berton
April 3: Good Friday Concert
April 10: Richard Gowers
April 17: Andrew Sheranian
April 24: Michael Smith
May 1: Rosalind Mohnsen
May 8: Geoff Wieting
May 15: John Robinson
May 22: Amanda Mole
May 29: Jerome Faucheur
June 5: Stephen Kalnoske
June 12: Trio Speranza

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Blessed with a rich musical heritage, Trinity Church is proud to offer an extensive series of concerts and special services in the glorious surroundings of H.H. Richardson’s architectural masterpiece. Join us for an exciting season of choral masterpieces, weekly organ recitals, and Candlelight Carols, a beloved Boston tradition in the heart of Copley Square.

List of events with links to descriptions below:

Concerts
Fridays at Trinity Recital Series
FAQs

2014-2015 Trinity Concert Series

Requiem for All Souls

Sunday, November 2
6:00 pm
Sanctuary

The Trinity Choirs and Orchestra perform Maurice Duruflé’s Requiem during the evening Holy Eucharist on All Saints/All Souls Sunday.

Tickets: No tickets required.

The Play of Daniel

Friday, November 21
7:30 pm
Sanctuary

Sunday, November 23
3:00 pm
Sanctuary

The Trinity Concert Series welcomes the Boston Camerata, as they celebrate their 60th anniversary with a new production of The Play of Daniel. Featuring Boston Camerata soloists and the Trinity Choristers, this exciting and ambitious interpretation brings a modern perspective to the medieval work. For more information, please visit www.bostoncamerata.com.

Tickets: $30, $45; www.bostoncamerata.com/tickets

Messiah

Sunday, December 7
3:00 pm
Sanctuary

The choirs, soloists and orchestra of Trinity Church perform Boston’s only annual performance of Handel’s masterpiece in a sacred space. This concert will feature the Advent and Christmas portions, Hallelujah from George Frideric Handel’s Messiah along with Johann Sebastian Bach’s Magnificat.

Featuring:
Janet Stone, soprano
Sarah Moyer, soprano
Sophie Michaux, alto
Katherine Growdon, alto
Fausto Miro, tenor
Alex Nishibun, tenor
David McFerrin, baritone
Jacob Scharfman, baritone

Tickets: $10, $30, $50; trinitychurchboston.tix.com

Candlelight Carols

Saturday, December 13
3:30 pm & 6:30 pm
Sanctuary

Sunday, December 14
3:30 pm
Sanctuary

One of Boston's most beloved events of the season. For more information, click here.

Parish Dinner and Cabaret

Friday, January 30
6:00 pm
Undercroft and Church

This year two of Trinity's most popular events combine and we hope the entire church will celebrate Christian community and fellowship together! Ticket prices have been reduced this year to encourage participation. Enjoy food and drink in the Undercroft and then join Trinity's professional staff singers, along with Richard Webster and Colin Lynch, for entertainment upstairs. This event is presented in conjunction with a Silent Auction to support the 2016 England Tour during which the Trinity Choirs will serve as choir-in-residence at Winchester Cathedral and Westminster Abbey.

Tickets: $28; trinitychurchboston.tix.com

Good Friday Concert

Friday, April 3
5:30 pm
Sanctuary

The La Farge Ensemble returns to Trinity Church, performing choral masterpieces for Passiontide.

Tickets: No tickets required, $20 suggested donation 

St. Paul’s Cathedral Choir

Thursday, April 16
7:00 pm
Sanctuary

The Trinity Concert Series is excited to welcome the world-renowned choir of St. Paul’s Cathedral in London. Come hear this exceptional choir of men and boys perform musical favorites in the Anglican choral tradition.

Tickets: $10, $30, $50, $150 Patron Reception* 
trinitychurchboston.tix.com 

*Each patron reception ticket includes one top level ticket to the concert. $100 of each patron reception ticket is considered a tax-deductible donation and helps fund the St. Paul’s Cathedral Concert.

Rachmaninoff All-Night Vigil

Friday, May 8
6:30 pm Lecture, Forum

7:30 pm Concert, Church
 
Join the Trinity Choirs as they sing Sergei Rachmaninoff's transcendent All-Night Vigil in its 100th anniversary year. Before the concert, join us for a FREE lecture on the Vespers offered by Anna Winestein, a scholar of Russian and European history and art. Ms. Winestein is Director of the Ballet Russes Arts Initiative, a former Fulbright Scholar, and an historian of the arts and cultural exchange of early modern Europe. No registration is required for the lecture.



Run Time: 80 minutes, no intermission
Tickets: $10, $30; trinitychurchboston.tix.com

Trio Speranza

Friday, June 12
12:15 pm
Sanctuary

The Fridays at Trinity Series welcomes Trio Speranza, a dynamic new ensemble dedicated to presenting engaging performances of both familiar and lesser-known repertoire on Baroque period instruments. This performance is a part of the Boston Early Music Festival Fringe Concert Series.

Tickets: No tickets required, $10 suggested donation
 

Fridays at Trinity Recital Series

Join us on Friday afternoons at 12:15 pm for this weekly series of midday organ concerts featuring innovative programs by recitalists from across the United States and abroad. There is no charge for admission, but we invite a donation of $10. All performances take place in the Sanctuary.

Fall 2014 Recitals 

September 5:  Brink Bush
September 12:  Marco Lo Muscia
September 19:  Joey Fala
September 26:  Wesley Hall
October 3:  Richard Clark
October 10:  James Wetzel
October 17:  Heinrich Christensen
October 24:  Iain Quinn
October 31:  Jonathan Vaughan
November 7:  Steven Young
November 14:  Adam Detzner
November 21:  Abbey Siegfried
November 28:  Angela Kraft Cross
December 5:  Julie Vidrick Evans
December 12:  Simon Jacobs
December 19:  Jordan Prescott

Spring 2015 Recitals

January 9: Rodger Vine
January 16: Katelyn Emerson
January 23: Raymond Nagem
January 30: Jacob Street
February 6: Brian Harlow
February 13: Karen Christianson
February 20: Christopher Jennings 
February 27: Harry Huff
March 6: Harold Stover
March 13: Thomas Sheehan
March 20: Adam Detzner
March 27: Peter Berton
April 3: Good Friday Concert
April 10: Richard Gowers
April 17: Andrew Sheranian
April 24: Michael Smith
May 1: Rosalind Mohnsen
May 8: Geoff Wieting
May 15: John Robinson
May 22: Amanda Mole
May 29: Jerome Faucheur
June 5: Stephen Kalnoske
June 12: Trio Speranza

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Where can I purchase tickets?

Tickets are available online and at the door.

I can no longer attend the concert. Do you offer refunds?

We do not offer refunds for any purchased tickets. If you wish to release the tickets to be re-sold, please contact Janet Stone, 617-536-0944 x212.

When do concert doors open?

Doors generally open 30 minutes before show-time.

What does “GA” mean on my ticket?

GA stands for General Admission. Many concerts are general admission by section, meaning that you purchase a ticket for a section of seating (denoted by color). You may sit where you like within your section.

I have a ticket for a specific seat. How do I know where I am sitting?

Seated tickets are labeled as P#-Letter (Ex. P34-A). The “P#” stands for the pew number. Numbering can be found on the brass plates located on the outside arm of each pew. Lettering runs from the outside in. Therefore, seat P34-A means you are in pew 34, closest to the aisle. Ushers will always be available at concerts for any needed assistance.

I am interested in volunteering to be an usher! How do I go about this?

We would love to have you. Please contact Janet Stone, 617-536-0944 x212.

Parishioner Profile

Rich Worthen

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Where were you born?

Boston, at Boston City Hospital. I was adopted 3 days later through Boston Children's Services, and I grew up in Stoneham, Massachusetts.

Where do you live now?

South Boston

How long have you been at Trinity?

Since 1983

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