Come experience Trinity's nationally recognized music program, including our yearly concert series featuring a variety of choral and instrumental works, and our weekly series of midday concerts, Fridays at Trinity.

2014 Concerts

Trinity Choir Cabaret

Friday, January 31
6:00 pm

Join the staff singers of the choir as they transform the Trinity Forum into a 30s-era nightclub with the music of Tin Pan Alley: Vaudeville, Ragtime, Jerome Kern, George Gershwin, The Ink Spots and more! This annual cabaret evening benefits Trinity's Concert Series. The evening begins at 6 pm with wine, cocktails, and appetizers. Era-appropriate attire encouraged!

TICKETS: $125, $75, $50


Four Hands/Four Feet

Sunday, February 23
3:00 pm

Trinity Concert Series presents Trinity organists Colin Lynch and Richard Webster in a concert of duets and fun concert pieces for organ, including works by Horatio Parker, John Phillip Sousa, and John Williams.

TICKETS: $45 (Premier choir stall — close view — seating); $10 (general admission)


Benjamin Britten: Noye’s Fludde

Friday, April 4
7:30 pm

Saturday, April 5
3:00 pm

Don’t miss the boat when the Trinity Choristers and Boston City Singers with David McFerrin (as Noye) and Katherine Growdon (as Mrs. Noye) perform Benjamin Britten’s Noye’s Fludde. The opera, written to be performed in a church by children, professional singers, professional and amateur orchestra, and congregation, is based on a 15th-century Chester Mystery Play. Presented by The Trinity Concert Series; directed by Kirsten Cairns.

TICKETS: $15 - $60 (All but $20 of each ticket is a tax-deductible donation)

Tickets will also be available during coffee hour and at the door.

Good Friday Concert

Friday, April 18
5:30 pm

Trinity's annual Good Friday concert welcomes The La Farge Ensemble, performing choral masterpieces for Passiontide.

TICKETS: Free, suggested donation of $10


Fridays at Trinity Concerts

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


Jan 3: Steve Young - Bridgewater, Massachusetts
Jan 10: Wyatt Smith - Rapid City, South Dakota
Jan 17: Katelyn Emerson - York, Maine
Jan 24: Karen Christianson - Cambridge, Massachusetts
Jan 31: Julie Vidrick Evans - Washington, D.C.
Feb 7: Steven Patchel - Wilmington, Delaware
Feb 14: James D. Hicks - Morristown, New Jersey
Feb 21: Jonathan Schakel - Charlottesville, Virginia
Feb 28: Raymond Nagem - New York, New York
Mar 7: Mark Pacoe - New York, New York
Mar 14: Anne Laver - Rochester, New York
Mar 21: Donald Meineke - New York, New York
Mar 28: Jonathan Ortloff - Plattsburgh, New York
Apr 4: David Tierney - Needham, Massachusetts
Apr 11: Bryan Ashley - Boston, Massachusetts
Apr 18: Good Friday
Apr 25: Ian Tomesch - New Haven, Connecticut
May 2: Kenneth Starr - Boston, Massachusetts
May 9: JeeYoon Choi - Charleston, South Carolina
May 16: Peter Krasinski - Boston, Massachusetts
May 23: Amanda Mole - Holden, Massachusetts
May 30: Vincent Carr - Montclair, New Jersey
June 6: Brett Wolgast - Cedar Rapids, Iowa



Parishioner Profile

Mary Davis


Where were you born?

Arlington, Virginia

Where do you live now?

Cambridge, just outside of Harvard Square.

How long have you been at Trinity?

A little under a year.