Ten years ago, under the leadership of Cantor John Weit, Trinity Church began offering the Music at Trinity series. Since that first season, the series has offered concerts, hymn festivals, worship with heightened musical offerings, and other programs supplementing the already lavish musical offerings at the regular Sunday worship of the congregation. In these last years, the series has grown to include an annual Passion Project, an Annual Transfiguration Day Organ Recital, the annual Advent Lessons and Carols, and concerts featuring both locally and internationally known musicians. In every year, the music series events have been offered free of charge to welcome the largest possible audience. Through the generosity of “give-as-you-are-able” donations at the individual events to substantial annual gifts from donors, the series continues to offer the finest music in one of the most robust acoustics in Central Massachusetts.
4 PM SUNDAY 12/1/19
The Annual Advent Lessons and Carols
Aaron David Miller: Prophets and Angels
Trinity Choir with Cantor Mark Mummert
4 PM SUNDAY 2/23/20
The Annual Transfiguration Day Organ Recital
Dr. Michael Ging, Organist / Houston, Texas
4 PM SUNDAY 4/5/20
The Annual Passion Project
Johann Sebastian Bach: St. Matthew Passion, BWV 244
Christopher Cock, Evangelist / Ron Williams, Jesus / Abby Hayes, Soprano / Lucas Coura, Countertenor / Kirk Bobkowski, Tenor / Samuel Schultz, Baritone / Sean Redrow, Continuo Organist / Wesley Hall, Continuo Harpsichordist / Joshua W. Rohde, Continuo Cellist / Trinity Choir and Orchestra / Diamonds from The Dust, Vocal Ensemble / The Trebles of All Saints Choir, Worcester / Cantor Mark Mummert, Conducting
8 PM SATURDAY 5/16/20
LUTHER—Silent Film with Organ Accompaniment
(German; 1928; shown with English subtitles)
Peter Krasinski, Organist / Boston, Massachusetts
Unless otherwise noted, Music at Trinity events are free to the public. This programming is supported by generous giving, to the glory of God, by members of Trinity Lutheran Church and many friends of the congregation who support the arts. Please consider making a contribution to this music ministry.
All gifts are tax deductible and based on the program year (September-June). Please make checks payable to “Trinity Lutheran Church” and note “Music at Trinity” on the memo line. Contributions will be listed in Music at Trinity concert programs for the remainder of the program year, or can be made anonymously. You may also donate electronically by clicking here. Thank you!
Music at Trinity is a member of the Worcester Cultural Coalition.
For more information about Music at Trinity Events, please contact Cantor Mark Mummert at email@example.com.
A special “thank you” to all who make Music at Trinity possible with financial gifts and to all who volunteer in any capacity, including preparing and staffing receptions, ushering, and other tasks. Our collective effort makes this outreach mission of music possible.