Trinity's choir and orchestra perform in St. Paul's Chapel

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 at Trinity Church and St. Paul's Chapel, reservations will be required for free performances due to capacity limitations. Subscribe to receive music emails from Trinity to be among the first to hear when reservations become available. Proof of vaccination is required for all attendees. Learn more about our health and safety policies.

Members of Trinity Choir

January 8-15, 2022
Emma O’Halloran Trade - POSTPONED

Prototype Festival • In-person at Playhouse Theater at Abrons Art Center
Co-commissioned by Trinity Church Wall Street and Beth Morrison Projects
NOVUS NY; Julian Wachner, conductor

This event has been postponed to 2023.

Trinity Church Wall Street continues its annual partnership with Prototype Festival in developing major new contemporary operas. This year’s production is a new opera Trade by Irish composer Emma O’Halloran featuring NOVUS NY and Julian Wachner as music director. Trade depicts an encounter between a respectable—yet closeted—middle-aged man and the young man he hires for company; a tense, but delicate, interchange after which everything will be different.

Craig Hella Johnson Considering Matthew Shepard - POSTPONED

February 24, 25, 28, and March 1, 2022, at 7:30pm at St. Paul’s Chapel
February 26, 2022, at 7pm at St. Paul’s Chapel
 

Staged production
Trinity Church • Online and in-person
Free; reservations will be required
Elliott Forrest and Rodney Caspers, stage directors
The Choir of Trinity Wall Street; NOVUS NY; Julian Wachner, music director 

This event has been postponed to the fall of 2022.

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

Bach St. Matthew Passion

March 29, 2022, at 7:30pm at St. Thomas Church • In-person only
March 31, 2022, at 7:30pm at Trinity Church • Online and in-person 

Ticketed; Tickets go on sale soon 

Thomas Cooley, tenor; Jonathan Woody, bass; The Choir of Trinity Wall Street; Trinity Youth Chorus; The Saint Thomas Choir of Men and Boys; Trinity Baroque Orchestra; New York Baroque Inc.; Julian Wachner, conductor 

Trinity ensembles join forces with the Choir of Men and Boys of Saint Thomas Church Fifth Avenue and New York Baroque Incorporated to present Bach’s St. Matthew Passion, one of the quintessential masterpieces of western classical music. The Passion According to St. Matthew, BWV 244, is a dramatic integration of scripture, new poetry, and great hymns of the Lutheran tradition. Bach's sublime setting creates a portrayal of the Passion that is both profoundly human and divine.

April 24, 2022, at 3pm
Downtown Voices Spring Concert 

St. Paul's Chapel • Online and in-person
Free; reservations will be required
Downtown Voices; The Choir of Trinity Wall Street; NOVUS NY; Stephen Sands, conductor 

May 1, 2022, at 8pm
Winter Trinity Youth Chorus Compline

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

May 19, 2022, at 7:30pm
Julia Wolfe Anthracite Fields 

Zankel Hall at Carnegie Hall • In-person only
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Julia Wolfe: Anthracite Fields | May 19, 2022 at 7:30 PM | Carnegie Hall
The Choir of Trinity Wall Street; Bang on a Can All-Stars; Julian Wachner, conductor 

This Pulitzer Prize-winning oratorio commemorates the history of coal mining in northeastern Pennsylvania around the turn of the 20th century and utilizes oral histories, interviews with miners and their families, speeches, and children’s stories in a moving musical tableaux. The Choir of Trinity Wall Street under the music direction of Julian Wachner performed the piece in Zankel Hall in 2018 and collaborated on the 2015 GRAMMY-nominated recording on the Canteloupe Music label.

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

Trinity Church • Online and in-person
Free; reservations 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 Trinity Youth Chorus and Trinity outreach choirs join forces in a spring concert with programming focused on spreading love, hope, and joy, and will feature world premiere arrangements from our renowned teaching artists.