Avi Stein directs the Choir of Trinity Wall Street on Easter day.

2021-2022 Music Season

In-person performances at Trinity will also be streamed live and available on-demand on our website. To watch live, go to Trinity’s homepage at the time of the performance. To watch on-demand, visit our music video portal.  

All events are free unless otherwise noted. Times are Eastern (NYC).

Reservations and Health Policy

For concerts and services at Trinity Church and St. Paul’s Chapel, reservations are not required for free performances, but due to capacity restrictions it is recommended to arrive early. Subscribe to receive music emails from Trinity to be among the first to hear about upcoming performances.

Proof of vaccination is required for all attendees, masks must be worn at all times, and attendees must undergo security screenings. Learn more about our health and safety policies.

Members of Trinity Choir

May 22, 2022, at 3pm
“One Voice” Spring Trinity Youth Chorus Concert  

Trinity Church • Online and in-person
Free; reservations not required
Trinity Youth Chorus and Outreach Choirs; Melissa Attebury, conductor 

The collaborative spirit of the Trinity Youth Chorus comes from a dedication to inclusion and creating a safe and inspiring space to learn, perform, and give back to the community.  The choruses from Trinity and partner programs join forces in a spring concert with programming focused on spreading love, hope, and joy.  Alumni of the Jazz House Kids program will be joining to accompany the choirs. Can't attend in person? To watch live, go to Trinity’s homepage at the time of the performance. To watch on-demand, visit our music video portal.  

May 25, 2022, at 7pm
Ascendit

Trinity Church • Online and in-person
Free; reservations not required
The Choir of Trinity Church Wall Street and Trinity Baroque Orchestra; Avi Stein, conductor 

On the eve of Ascension Day, The Choir of Trinity Wall Street and Trinity Baroque Orchestra perform an all-Bach concert conducted by Avi Stein. Exploring the full emotional range of the human experience, from anguish to elation and from despair to hope, Ascendit presents Bach’s Ascension Oratorio, Brandenburg Concerto No. 3, the motet Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied, and his dramatic Magnificat. Can't attend in person? To watch live, go to Trinity’s homepage at the time of the performance. To watch on-demand, visit our music video portal.  

September 15-17, 2022
Craig Hella Johnson Considering Matthew Shepard 

Staged production
St. Paul’s Chapel • Online and in-person
Free; reservations will be required
Elliott Forrest and Rodney Caspers, stage directors
The Choir of Trinity Wall Street; NOVUS NY

Trinity is proud to present five staged performances in St. Paul’s Chapel of the “fusion oratorio” Considering Matthew Shepard, composed by Craig Hella Johnson.  Johnson has said he created the oratorio as “a space for reflection, consideration, and unity around [Shepard’s] life and legacy.” Several LGBTQ+ community and educational events will be scheduled surrounding the performances in collaboration with Trinity’s Pride 365 program, which focuses on LGBTQ+ advocacy throughout the year.

Matt Shepard and his story have led me on an inspiring, challenging, and deeply meaningful journey that I continue to this day. In composing Considering Matthew Shepard, I wanted to create, within a musical framework, a space for reflection, consideration, and unity around his life and legacy.

Craig Hella Johnson, composer

Off-Campus Events

Lukas Foss Centenary

October 3, 2022 at 7pm at Carnegie Hall • In-person only

Lukas Foss Works: Psalms, Symphony No. 1, Renaissance Concerto, Three American Pieces, Ode for Orchestra
Randall Thompson Alleluia
The Choir of Trinity Wall Street; Downtown Voices; Buffalo Philharmonic; Joann Faletta, conductor
Free reservations will be available soon at carnegiehall.org
 
Trinity Church Wall Street and Opus 3 Artists co-present a program celebrating the life and works of Lukas Foss, one the most important composers of the last century and Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra's former Music Director. A friend of Leonard Bernstein since their student days, Foss was in many ways like his colleague—an astonishing composer, a great conductor, and a brilliant pianist. The orchestra’s music director JoAnn Falletta will lead the program, featuring Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, The Choir of Trinity Wall Street, and Downtown Voices, along with soloists Amy Porter, flute, and Buffalo’s concertmaster Nikki Chooi, violin. Trinity is offering this admission-free concert as a gift to the community.