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.
Silent Film: Phantom of the Opera (1925) | Jonathan Ortloff, organ
Maurice Duruflé | Requiem, Op. 9
G.F. Handel | Messiah
Boston Camerata | The Play of Daniel
Good Friday Concert
J.S. Bach | Mass in B minor, BWV 232
Join us on Friday afternoons at 12:15 p.m. 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 Church.
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.
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.