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Comfort at One

During trying times, music stills our souls and provides a healing grace. Throughout the spring, Comfort at One presents performances that are inspired by the Gandhi quote: “In the midst of darkness, light persists.” These concerts include light-inspired Bach cantatas, Pipes at One, choral meditations from The Choir of Trinity Wall Street, new performances from Downtown Voices, the Trinity Youth Chorus, and St. Paul’s Chapel Choir, and new virtual content on Fridays from our extended family of artists.

Each Monday-Friday at 1pm, we share new and archived performances on Facebook and Twitter and will post the most recent videos below. For past performances, browse the list below or visit our music video portal. We hope these performances help you find a daily haven of peace and comfort.

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Comfort at One: Andrew Yee

April 9, 2021

"Early in the pandemic I woke up and emotionally recorded ‘Louange à l’Éternité de Jésus’ from Messiaen’s Quartet for the End of Time. When I was asked to make a video for this series, I knew I wanted to compose something new and include a nod to that piece," says cellist Andrew Yee.


Comfort at One: Organist Nathan Laube

April 8, 2021

Comfort at One brings back our Thursday Pipes at One series from the inauguration of the Noack organ at St Paul’s Chapel in 2018. Today’s organ recital is from February 21, 2018 and is performed by Nathan Laube, Associate Professor of Organ at the Eastman School of Music.


Comfort at One: The Call by Gail Randall

April 7, 2021

Today for Comfort at One, we share with you a choral meditation: The Call by Gail Randall featuring soprano Margaret Haight and members of The Choir of Trinity Wall Street, led by associate organist Janet Yieh.


Comfort at One: Source Code

April 6, 2021

Our opening concert in 2019 celebrated Trinity’s legacy of commissioning, premiering and recording new works and showcased Trinity’s commitment to amplifying the voices of female artists. Here is a clip from NOVUS member Jessie Montgomery’s powerful string quartet Source Code.


Comfort at One: Bach's BWV 6 and Telemann's TWV 44:43

April 5, 2021

Evocative of his Passion writing style, Bach composed Bleib bei uns, denn es will Abend werden, BWV 6 in Leipzig in 1725 for Easter Monday. For our first Comfort at One this Easter season, we offer a favorite Bach + One concert from 2019 with Bach's BWV 6 and Telemann's Concerto for 3 Oboes, 3 Violins and Continuo, TWV 44:43.


Comfort at One: Lamentatio 6

April 1, 2021

Julian Wachner performs the 6th and final Lamentatio improvisation as today's Comfort at One video, pulled from his inspired service preludes and postludes.


Comfort at One: St. Paul's Chapel Choir

March 31, 2021

For this week’s installment of Comfort at One’s Virtual Wednesday, the St. Paul’s Chapel Choir has shared an at-home performance of Litany to the Holy Spirit by Peter Hurford directed by Associate Organist Janet Yieh.


Comfort at One: The Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ

March 30, 2021

Guest artists conductor Benjamin Nicholas and the Choir of Merton College join The Choir of Trinity Wall Street and NOVUS NY in the North American Premiere of Gabriel Jackson’s The Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ.


Comfort at One: Bach and Telemann

March 29, 2021

Comfort at One today includes Liebster Gott, wenn werd ich sterben?, BWV 8 in which we hear “teach me to resign my spirit with a well-composed courage,” alongside Telemann’s Concerto in E minor for Flute and Recorder, TWV 52:e1.


Comfort at One: Moonlight Sonata

March 26, 2021

Today’s Comfort at One explores darkness and light through a stunning arrangement of Round Midnight and Moonlight Sonata that was written and performed by soprano Molly Netter.