Music Partnerships at Trinity
Once again, we are delighted to partner with the Cantilena Chamber Choir under the direction of its founder, Andrea Goodman. The Cantelina Chamber Choir, the premier a capella choir in the Berkshires, has been in residence at Trinity since 2010. In addition to their excellent concert series at Trinity, members of the Choir also join with Trinity’s choir for events such as our annual Advent Lessons and Carols Service. For 2016-17, the Choir will be holding four concerts at Trinity:
- Bach to Basics (Oct. 23rd) – Cantilena Chamber Choir performs a concert of the music of Bach and those composers he influenced showing a direct link to Johannes Brahms.
- Christmas at Trinity (Dec. 4 – Old favorites and new carol arrangements and a special performance by the award-winning Taconic High School Choir under the direction of Jessica Passetto
- Martin Luther King Concert of Spirituals (Jan. 19) – Martin Luther King Concert of Spirituals! The Cantilena Chamber Choir will present its annual Martin Luther King weekend Psalms and Spirituals open sing.
- The Life of King David in words and song (Jun. 3) – Join the Cantilena Chamber Choir and Geraldine Brooks, Pulitzer Prize–winning author of People of the Book and March, in a concert featuring texts by and about King David.
All concerts at Trinity are held on Sunday afternoons at 3:00pm. For more information, recordings and tickets, please visit the Choir at their website www.cantilenachoir.org
At Trinity Church, we are very happy to be part of the rich summer musical tradition of the Berkshires. Throughout the summer, we host musical events by two wonderful organizations – the Boston University Tanglewood Institute and the Curtisville Consortium.
The Boston University Tanglewood Institute (BUTI on our calendar) is a premier summer training program for aspiring high school-age musicians. Under the guidance of distinguished professionals, and in the presence of the Boston Symphony Orchestra (BSO), young people devote themselves to an artistic experience without parallel. The high artistic standards, rich culture of learning, and diverse programs make BUTI a unique opportunity for young artists, a starting point on the path to a future in classical music. All performances are free and open to the public.
The Curtisville Consortium, now in its 48th year, was founded by Boston Symphony members and family and has continued over the years to include such musicians in its membership. The original and continuing intent is to provide audiences with an opportunity to hear chamber music – up close and personal. For more information about tickets, please see the Curtisville Consortium website.