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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.

Past Performances

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Comfort at Home with Aisslinn Nosky, Michael Unterman, and Avi Stein

October 2, 2020

Today for Comfort at One, Trinity Baroque Orchestra members Aisslinn Nosky, Michael Unterman and Trinity's Associate Organist- Chorusmaster Avi Stein play the rhapsodic Gigue from Bach’s E Minor Violin Sonata and an ethereal excerpt from Vivaldi's Violin Sonata in D Minor.

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Comfort at One with the Trinity Youth Chorus

July 2, 2020

Today for Comfort at One, the members of the Trinity Youth Chorus have created a recording of the familiar and beloved hymn Holy, Holy, Holy (Nicea) with descant arranged by Julian Wachner.

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Comfort at Home with Downtown Voices

June 19, 2020

Trinity’s semi-professional choir, Downtown Voices has continued to thrive while making music as a virtual singing community during the pandemic.

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Comfort at One with Andrew Yee

June 12, 2020

Today’s Comfort at One features an at-home performance from one of our NOVUS NY core members, cellist Andrew Yee, in concert with... themself!

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Comfort at One with Julian Wachner

June 5, 2020

Today’s Comfort at One features an at home improvisation of our audience-chosen hymn by our Director of Music, Julian Wachner.