Concerts at One

May 7, 2015

Concerts at One provides the Wall Street community with the finest professional vocal and instrumental performances of emerging and established artists and features a diversity of music styles, from jazz to classical. The series provides a weekly musical respite for neighborhood residents, downtown workers, tourists, and music lovers.

This Concert at One is part of "By the Waters of Babylon: A Celebration of the Power of Black Music in America," held May 7-10 at Trinity Church and St. Paul’s Chapel. 

With composer portraits of Mary Lou Williams and Trevor Weston, a liturgical program showcasing Duke Ellington’s Sacred Service, a historical survey of spirituals led by Stanley Thurston, a reggae dance party, and a special collaboration between vocal innovator Bobby McFerrin and the Grammy-nominated Choir of Trinity Wall Street, this important festival comprises six free events in downtown Manhattan that honor the range of black music in America, and its inextinguishable power to transcend and transform.

All services/performances are free. 

At this concert:
Mary Lou Williams (arr. Pattishall) – Zodiac Suite
Chris Pattishall Quintet