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Trinity Church Wall Street Announces Free Streamed Performances This Fall, Both Archived and New, in Ongoing “Comfort at One” Series

September 2, 2020

Trinity Church Wall Street continues its three-century role of bringing solace to New York's downtown community and the world at large this fall, with a full program of online 'Comfort at One' concerts. Taking advantage of Trinity's extensive archives and high-quality recording and film technology, this free streaming series was launched after the suspension of in-person activities at the start of the pandemic last spring. Throughout the coming fall, past 'Bach at One' choral concerts will stream on Mondays; 'Pipes at One' organ recitals - including The First Thursdays Conservatory Series and a special Halloween concert by Julian Wachner - will stream on Thursdays; and a mix of archived excerpts and new at-home performances from Trinity's extended artistic family will stream on 'Throwback Tuesdays #TBT,' 'Virtual Wednesdays' and 'At-Home Fridays.' The theme of the fall season, 'Passing Through,' inspires programs ranging from John Adams's Road Movies, depicting a passage through landscapes, to Trinity's 'Time's Arrow' concept, which explores the passage of musical styles through time, from early music to world premieres. Most importantly, the theme represents a message of hope during the current worldwide predicament, that 'this too shall pass.' With many of the performances professionally filmed in HD, the weekday Comfort at One concerts stream at 1pm on Facebook and Twitter, with full videos posted here. In addition to these performances, Trinity is one of several arts organizations providing programming content to patients at New York's Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center as a part of 'Music at MSK,' and there are plans for a virtual Opera Festival in the works. Even in the face of the pandemic, these offerings continue to deliver the spiritual renewal, cultural enrichment and 'indispensable and unmissable' music (New York Times) for which Trinity is rightly known.

Trinity's fall Comfort at One offerings include ten new at-home performances on Fridays. Programs include a performance of John Adams's Road Movies by Katie Hyun and Conor Hanick, the concertmaster and pianist, respectively, of Trinity's in-house contemporary orchestra, NOVUS NY (Sep 18); soprano Molly Netter from The Choir of Trinity Wall Street, giving a 'Time's Arrow'-themed performance ranging from early music to world premieres by Alyssa Weinberg and Calvin Hitchcock (Nov 6); harpsichordist Avi Stein with Trinity Baroque Orchestra members Aisslinn Nosky and Michael Unterman, performing Bach and Veracini (Oct 2); NOVUS NY principal oboist Stuart Breczinski playing the world premiere of his own composition for oboe and electronics (Oct 9); a special 'at church' rendition of Wachner's Psalm 90, performed by socially distanced members of The Choir of Trinity Wall Street in August of this year (Sep 25); Attacca Quartet performing Beethoven and Caroline Shaw (Nov 13); and a virtual concert by the Trinity Youth Chorus (Nov 20).

Other weekdays this fall provide opportunities to see a selection of past 9/11 performances (Sep 11); 'Of Time and Place,' a concert showcasing new music by David Little and Ellen Reid that will be released on a new album featuring Trinity ensembles later this season (Nov 24); at-home performances by the St. Paul's Chapel Choir (Sep 9) and Downtown Voices (Oct 7); and NOVUS NY principal percussionists Jonny Allen, Victor Caccese, Ian Rosenbaum and Terry Sweeney, collectively known as Brooklyn's 'virtuosic and utterly mesmerizing' Sandbox Percussion (The Guardian), performing their reimagined version of Jason Treuting's Extremes on makeshift instruments found in their respective houses (Oct 28).

Also highlighting the fall are weekly opportunities to hear the stellar Bach interpretations that have long been a feature of the Trinity concert lineup. Most notable are chances to hear Wachner leading The Choir of Trinity Wall Street and Trinity Baroque Orchestra in a performance of Bach's Mass in B minor (Oct 27), and the same forces in the only Bach + One performance that occurred in 2020, comprising Herbert Howells's Take Him, Earth for Cherishing and Bach's cantata Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen (Sep 14). Although programmed months ahead of time, the texts of this cantata proved prescient: 'Be faithful, all pain will yet be only a little thing. After the rain, blessing blossoms, all storms pass away.'

Trinity's music education and outreach programs have remained engaged during the pandemic through distance learning, meeting remotely each week and continuing to rehearse new music together. The Trinity Youth Chorus, besides appearing in four archived Comfort at One performances, will also have four chances to present new, remotely recorded material, October 21, November 4, and in a November 18 presentation related to their 'at home' 5pm evening performance two days later. The choristers will also virtually record selections from Benjamin Britten's ACeremony of Carols, which they usually perform live each holiday season, to be released online in December 2020.

About Music at Trinity Church Wall Street

Trinity Church Wall Street's groundbreaking music program - 'the top of musical life in New York' (New York Times) - has changed the landscape of performing arts in New York City, re-envisioning the impact arts organizations can have, with its peerless ensembles, uniquely broad range of expertise from early to new music performance, long tradition of championing underrepresented composers, and extensive and growing discography. Conductor and composer Julian Wachner serves as the director of music at Trinity and as the principal conductor of The Choir of Trinity Wall Street, NOVUS NY and the Trinity Baroque Orchestra.

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Videos stream at 1pm EDT on Facebook and Twitter, and are archived here.

Wed, Sep 2 at 1pm

From July 2020: Members of the Trinity Youth Chorus performed the hymn Holy, Holy, Holy, with descant arranged by Wachner. The featured instrumentalists were Lucy Attebury, oboe; Gabe Nichols, violin; Aaron Nichols, cello; and Genevieve Roy, cello.

Thurs, Sep 3 at 1pm

From April 2019: Matthew Daley and Grant Wareham, students from the Yale Institute of Sacred Music, Connecticut, gave a Pipes at One recital in the First Thursdays Conservatory Series.

Mon, Sep 7 at 1pm

From May 2019: The Choir of Trinity Wall Street members Molly Netter, Clifton Massey, Brian Giebler and Jonathan Woody joined the Trinity Baroque Orchestra for Bach's Meine Seel erhebt den Herren, BWV 10, and Johann Friedrich Fasch's Concerto in D for Trumpet, Two Oboes and Strings, FaWV L:D1.

Tues, Sep 8 at 1pm

From October 2018: This performance of Henry Balfour Gardiner's Evening Hymn is from the first installment of Trinity's Evening Concert Series, in which The Choir of Trinity Wall Street explored its heritage with Anglican favorites. A link to the full concert will also be provided.

Wed, Sep 9 at 1pm

From July 2020: The St. Paul's Chapel Choir gave its first at-home performance in a virtual choir video of Keep Watch, O Lord, a collect for evening, composed and directed by Associate Organist Janet Yieh.

Thurs, Sep 10 at 1pm

From April 2018: Trinity's Associate Organist and Chorusmaster Avi Stein gave a Pipes at One recital.

Fri, Sep 11 at 1pm

This special presentation is a collection of musical offerings from Trinity's past 9/11 services.

Mon, Sep 14 at 1pm

From March 2020: The only Bach + One performance in 2020, this concert features The Choir of Trinity Wall Street in Herbert Howells's Take Him, Earth for Cherishing and, joined by the Trinity Baroque Orchestra, in Bach's Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen, BWV 12.

Tues, Sep 15 at 1pm

From May 2017: The Choir of Trinity Wall Street and the Trinity Baroque Orchestra performed 'Nisi Dominus' from Monteverdi's Vespers of 1610 - a monumental 90-minute masterpiece involving a chorus of up to ten parts, seven soloists and orchestra - on the composer's 450th birthday. A link to the full concert will also be provided.

Wed, Sep 16 at 1pm

From March 2020: Trinity's Director of Music Julian Wachner performed his interpretation of one of the Intermezzi by Brahms.

Thurs, Sep 17 at 1pm

From May 2018: Renowned organist Kent Tritle gave a Pipes at One recital.

Fri, Sep 18 at 1pm

The 'Passing Through' season of at-home performances opens with John Adams's Road Movies, performed by two NOVUS NY members: concertmaster Katie Hyun and pianist Conor Hanick. This musical exploration of a passage through landscapes was recorded at Yamaha Studios.

Mon, Sep 21 at 1pm

From April 2017: This 2017 Bach at One collaboration with New York Baroque Inc (NYBI) centered on the theme of comfort and included Bach's cantata Ich habe genug, BWV 82. Featured soloists from The Choir of Trinity Wall Street were Luthien Brackett, Scott Mello, Christopher Dylan Herbert and Megan Chartrand.

Tues, Sep 22 at 1pm

From February 2019: The Choir of Trinity Wall Street and NOVUS NY performed the Kyrie from Wachner's Epistle Mass. A link to the full concert, featuring premieres by Nico Muhly and Daniel Schlosberg, will also be provided.

Wed, Sep 23 at 1pm

From July 2020: This end-of-year online concert by one of the ukulele classes at the Chrystie Street School-Age Child Care Center was led by teaching artist Zac Selissen.

Thurs, Sep 24 at 1pm

From June 2018: Trinity's Music Scholar Forrest Eimold gave a Pipes at One recital, also featuring trumpeter Eric Berlin.

Fri, Sep 25 at 1pm

From August 2020: The second 'Passing Through' concert delves into the theme's spiritual implications, with a special 'at church' performance of Wachner's Psalm 90 by members of The Choir of Trinity Wall Street, conducted by the composer.

Mon, Sep 28 at 1pm

From January 2016: The Choir of Trinity Wall Street and Trinity Baroque Orchestra performed Bach's Preise dein Glücke, gesegnetes Sachsen, BWV 215, and the movements Sanctus, Osanna and Dona nobis pacem from his Mass in B minor, with featured soloists Andrew Fuchs, Christopher Dylan Herbert and Sarah Brailey. The concert is from 2016's Twelfth Night Festival.

Tues, Sep 29 at 1pm

From September 2019: This clip of Wachner's Holy, Holy, Holy is from 'Singing our Song,' a concert that featured all of Trinity's choirs: The Choir of Trinity Wall Street, Trinity Youth Chorus, Downtown Voices and the St. Paul's Chapel Choir, accompanied by musicians from NOVUS NY.

Wed, Sep 30 at 1pm

From June 2020: Cellist Andrew Yee, a member of both NOVUS NY and the Grammy-winning Attacca Quartet, gave an at-home performance. The clip features multiple Yees performing an all-cello version of Jacobus Clemens non Papa's Ego flos campi.

Thurs, Oct 1 at 1pm

From August 2019: Maria Budacova and Nicholas Capozzoli, students from McGill University in Montreal, gave a Pipes at One recital in the First Thursdays Conservatory Series.

Fri, Oct 2 at 1pm

In this 'at home' concert with Aisslinn Nosky and Michael Unterman from the Trinity Baroque Orchestra, Associate Organist and renowned harpsichordist Avi Stein performs works by Bach and Francesco Maria Veracini, a great 18th-century Italian violinist who 'passed through' Bach's circle in Dresden.

Mon, Oct 5 at 1pm

From May 2016: This favorite Bach + One concert featured soloists Luthien Brackett and Steven Caldicott Wilson with The Choir of Trinity Wall Street and Trinity Baroque Orchestra, led from the organ by Associate Organist and Chorusmaster Avi Stein, in performances of Geist und Seele wird verwirret, BWV 35, and Ich armer Mensch, ich Sündenknecht, BWV 55.

Tues, Oct 6 at 1pm

From March 2019: Molly Netter sang Barbara Strozzi's Lagrime mie in 2019's Time's Arrow Festival, which focused on amplifying the voices of female artists across multiple mediums.

Wed, Oct 7 at 1pm

From June 2020: Trinity's semi-professional choir, Downtown Voices, performed virtually under the direction of Stephen Sands, with editing by Farrah Dupoux.

Thurs, Oct 8 at 1pm

From June 2018: Trinity's Associate Organist Janet Yieh gave a Pipes at One recital.

Fri, Oct 9 at 1pm

This 'at home' performance features NOVUS NY principal oboist Stuart Breczinski, in the world premiere of his own composition for oboe and electronics.

Mon, Oct 12 at 1pm

From April 2015: Soloists Melissa Attebury, Dashon Burton, Melanie Russell and Owen McIntosh joined The Choir of Trinity Wall Street; The Trinity Baroque Orchestra with Robert Mealy, concertmaster; Avi Stein, chorusmaster and continuo; and Julian Wachner, conductor, to perform Bach's cantatas Es ist euch gut, dass ich hingehe, BWV 108; Der Herr ist mein getreuer Hirt, BWV 112; and Du Friedefürst, Herr Jesu Christ, BWV 116.

Tues, Oct 13 at 1pm

From May 2020: The Trinity Youth Chorus and the New Jersey Youth Chorus performed Morten Lauridsen's Sure on this Shining Night.

Wed, Oct 14 at 1pm

From April 2020: This 'at home' video features Senior Artistic Administrator and NOVUS NY flutist Melissa Baker playing a movement from Bach's Partita for Solo Flute.

Thurs, Oct 15 at 1pm

From April 2018: Alistair Reid of New York's St. Joseph's Church gave a Pipes at One recital.

Fri, Oct 16 at 1pm

In an 'at home' performance reflecting on the 'Passing Through' theme, NOVUS NY pianist Charity Wicks plays virtual chamber music with herself.

Mon, Oct 19 at 1pm

From March 2015: Wachner led The Choir of Trinity Wall Street and Trinity Baroque Orchestra in accounts of Bach's cantatas Das neugeborne Kindelein, BWV 122, and Herr Jesu Christ, wahr' Mensch und Gott, BWV 127. The featured soloists were Jonathan Woody, Sherezade Panthaki, Luthien Brackett and Owen McIntosh.

Tues, Oct 20 at 1pm

From March 2017: NOVUS NY harpist Bridget Kibbey performed with violist Matthew Lipman and flutist Melissa Baker in 'Sunken Cathedral,' part of a Concerts at One series focused on the water justice movement, in association with the 2017 Trinity Institute National Theological Conference on climate change and water crises.

Wed, Oct 21 at 1pm

The Trinity Youth Chorus gives a virtual choir presentation, recorded at home.

Thurs, Oct 22 at 1pm

From May 2018: Donald Meineke gave a Pipes at One recital.

Fri, Oct 23 at 1pm

This 'at home' performance features the House of Time chamber ensemble - Trinity Baroque Orchestra musicians Gonzalo X. Ruiz, Tatiana Daubek, Stephen Goist and Matt Zucker - in Mozart's Oboe Quartet in F, K. 370. The music 'passes through' a classic, perfect first movement, a deeply moving and sad adagio, and a rollicking final rondo filled with jokes and party tricks.

Mon, Oct 26 at 1pm

From April 2019: Soloists Madeline Healey, Oliver Mercer, Timothy Parsons and Jonathan Woody performed Bach's Liebster Gott, wenn werd ich sterben?, BWV 8, on a program with Telemann's Concerto in E minor for Flute and Recorder, TWV 52:e1, which featured Trinity Baroque Orchestra members Priscilla Herreid and David Ross.

Tues, Oct 27 at 1pm

From November 2016: The Choir of Trinity Wall Street and Trinity Baroque Orchestra performed Bach's Mass in B minor under Wachner's baton.

Wed, Oct 28 at 1pm

From May 2020: NOVUS NY percussionists Jonny Allen, Victor Caccese, Ian Rosenbaum and Terry Sweeney, collectively known as Brooklyn's Sandbox Percussion, performed a reimagined version of Jason Treuting's Extremes, using whatever makeshift instruments they could find at home.

Thurs, Oct 29 at 1pm

From October 2019: Director of Music Julian Wachner gave a Halloween Pipes at One recital.

Fri, Oct 30 at 1pm

Director of Music Julian Wachner gives a special 'at home' performance.

Mon, Nov 2 at 1pm

From March 2018: Avi Stein led the Trinity Baroque Orchestra and Elizabeth Bates, Sarah Brailey, Luthien Brackett, Timothy Parsons, Timothy Hodges, Brian Giebler, Paul An, Thomas McCargar and Jonathan Woody, all members of The Choir of Trinity Wall Street, in a performance of Bach's cantatas Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen, BWV 12, and Wachet! betet! betet! wachet!, BWV 70.

Tues, Nov 3 at 1pm

From January 2017: This clip comes from the world premiere of Zachary Wadsworth's Spire and Shadow, which was commissioned by Trinity and written for Downtown Voices and NOVUS NY.

Wed, Nov 4 at 1pm

The Trinity Youth Chorus presents a virtual choir performance.

Thurs, Nov 5 at 1pm

From May 2019: Chelsea Barton and Malcolm Matthews, students from the Eastman School of Music, New York, gave a Pipes at One recital in the First Thursdays Conservatory Series.

Fri, Nov 6 at 1pm

This 'Passing Through' concert focuses on time, with a journey from old music to new, as sung by soprano Molly Netter from The Choir of Trinity Wall Street. Netter will accompany herself on the clavicytherium, a reimagined Baroque instrument resembling an upright harpsichord, in world premieres by Alyssa Weinberg and Calvin Hitchcock.

Mon, Nov 9 at 1pm

From May 2015: Julian Wachner led soloists Sherezade Panthaki, Jonathan Woody, Steven Caldicott Wilson and Timothy Parsons; The Choir of Trinity Wall Street; The Trinity Baroque Orchestra with Robert Mealy, concertmaster; and Avi Stein, chorusmaster and continuo, in a performance of Bach's cantatas Wer mich liebet, der wird mein Wort halten, BWV 59; O Ewigkeit, du Donnerwort, BWV 60; and Also hat Gott die Welt geliebt, BWV 68.

Tues, Nov 10 at 1pm

From December 2019: Members of the Trinity Youth Chorus sang 'Spring Carol' from Benjamin Britten's A Ceremony of Carols.

Wed, Nov 11 at 1pm

From June 2020: Director of Music and celebrated organist Julian Wachner performed variations on We Shall Overcome as the postlude to a Sunday service.

Thurs, Nov 12 at 1pm

From July 2016: Amanda Mole, Music Director of St. Michael's Church in Rochester, New York, gave a Pipes at One recital.

Fri, Nov 13 at 1pm

This 'at home' performance is by the Grammy-winning Attacca Quartet, 'passing through' time with works by Beethoven and Caroline Shaw.

Mon, Nov 16 at 1pm

From April 2015: Soloists Melanie Russell, Stephen Sands and Matt Boehler joined The Choir of Trinity Wall Street and Trinity Baroque Orchestra, conducted by Julian Wachner, for Bach's cantatas Gleichwie der Regen und Schnee vom Himmel fällt, BWV 18; Falsche Welt, dir trau ich nicht, BWV 52; and Was willst du dich betrüben, BWV 107.

Tues, Nov 17 at 1pm

From June 2018: NOVUS NY performed Webern's romantic Passacaglia.

Wed, Nov 18 at 1pm

The Trinity Youth Chorus gives a special Comfort at One 'at home' performance in anticipation of its virtual evening performance on November 20.

Thurs, Nov 19 at 1pm

From June 2019: Tyrone Whiting, Director of Music of Grace Church in Newark, New Jersey, gave a Pipes at One recital.

Fri, Nov 20 at 5pm

The Trinity Youth Chorus performs a virtual concert.

Mon, Nov 23 at 1pm

From May 2015: Soloists Brian Giebler, Timothy Parsons, Sarah Brailey and Jonathan Woody of The Choir of Trinity Wall Street joined the Trinity Baroque Orchestra and guest concertmaster Alexander Woods to perform Wer da gläubet und getauft wird, BWV 37, and Sie werden euch in den Bann tun, BWV 44.

Tues, Nov 24 at 1pm

From January 2019: Trinity's ensembles performed the concert 'Of Time and Place,' featuring new music by David Little and Ellen Reid.

Wed, Nov 25 at 1pm

From May 2020: New York Polyphony tenor Steven Caldicott Wilson, a former member of The Choir of Trinity Wall Street, gave an 'at home' hymn performance.

Thurs, Nov 26 at 1pm

From March 2019: Associate Organist Janet Yieh, Associate Director of Music Melissa Attebury and Senior Artistic Administrator Melissa Baker presented a special Thanksgiving Pipes at One recital.

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Trinity Church Wall Street Announces Free Streamed Performances This Fall, Both Archived and New, in Ongoing 'Comfort at One' Series

Trinity Church Wall Street continues its three-century role of bringing solace to New York's downtown community and the world at large this fall, with a full program of online 'Comfort at One' concerts. Taking advantage of Trinity's extensive archives and high-quality recording and film technology, this free streaming series was launched after the suspension of in-person activities at the start of the pandemic last spring. Throughout the coming fall, past 'Bach at One' choral concerts will stream on Mondays; 'Pipes at One' organ recitals - including The First Thursdays Conservatory Series and a special Halloween concert by Julian Wachner - will stream on Thursdays; and a mix of archived excerpts and new at-home performances from Trinity's extended artistic family will stream on 'Throwback Tuesdays #TBT,' 'Virtual Wednesdays' and 'At-Home Fridays.' The theme of the fall season, 'Passing Through,' inspires programs ranging from John Adams's Road Movies, depicting a passage through landscapes, to Trinity's 'Time's Arrow' concept, which explores the passage of musical styles through time, from early music to world premieres. Most importantly, the theme represents a message of hope during the current worldwide predicament, that 'this too shall pass.' With many of the performances professionally filmed in HD, the weekday Comfort at One concerts stream at 1pm on Facebook and Twitter, with full videos posted here. In addition to these performances, Trinity is one of several arts organizations providing programming content to patients at New York's Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center as a part of 'Music at MSK,' and there are plans for a virtual Opera Festival in the works. Even in the face of the pandemic, these offerings continue to deliver the spiritual renewal, cultural enrichment and 'indispensable and unmissable' music (New York Times) for which Trinity is rightly known.

Trinity's fall Comfort at One offerings include ten new at-home performances on Fridays. Programs include a performance of John Adams's Road Movies by Katie Hyun and Conor Hanick, the concertmaster and pianist, respectively, of Trinity's in-house contemporary orchestra, NOVUS NY (Sep 18); soprano Molly Netter from The Choir of Trinity Wall Street, giving a 'Time's Arrow'-themed performance ranging from early music to world premieres by Alyssa Weinberg and Calvin Hitchcock (Nov 6); harpsichordist Avi Stein with Trinity Baroque Orchestra members Aisslinn Nosky and Michael Unterman, performing Bach and Veracini (Oct 2); NOVUS NY principal oboist Stuart Breczinski playing the world premiere of his own composition for oboe and electronics (Oct 9); a special 'at church' rendition of Wachner's Psalm 90, performed by socially distanced members of The Choir of Trinity Wall Street in August of this year (Sep 25); Attacca Quartet performing Beethoven and Caroline Shaw (Nov 13); and a virtual concert by the Trinity Youth Chorus (Nov 20).

Other weekdays this fall provide opportunities to see a selection of past 9/11 performances (Sep 11); 'Of Time and Place,' a concert showcasing new music by David Little and Ellen Reid that will be released on a new album featuring Trinity ensembles later this season (Nov 24); at-home performances by the St. Paul's Chapel Choir (Sep 9) and Downtown Voices (Oct 7); and NOVUS NY principal percussionists Jonny Allen, Victor Caccese, Ian Rosenbaum and Terry Sweeney, collectively known as Brooklyn's 'virtuosic and utterly mesmerizing' Sandbox Percussion (The Guardian), performing their reimagined version of Jason Treuting's Extremes on makeshift instruments found in their respective houses (Oct 28).

Also highlighting the fall are weekly opportunities to hear the stellar Bach interpretations that have long been a feature of the Trinity concert lineup. Most notable are chances to hear Wachner leading The Choir of Trinity Wall Street and Trinity Baroque Orchestra in a performance of Bach's Mass in B minor (Oct 27), and the same forces in the only Bach + One performance that occurred in 2020, comprising Herbert Howells's Take Him, Earth for Cherishing and Bach's cantata Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen (Sep 14). Although programmed months ahead of time, the texts of this cantata proved prescient: 'Be faithful, all pain will yet be only a little thing. After the rain, blessing blossoms, all storms pass away.'

Trinity's music education and outreach programs have remained engaged during the pandemic through distance learning, meeting remotely each week and continuing to rehearse new music together. The Trinity Youth Chorus, besides appearing in four archived Comfort at One performances, will also have four chances to present new, remotely recorded material, October 21, November 4, and in a November 18 presentation related to their 'at home' 5pm evening performance two days later. The choristers will also virtually record selections from Benjamin Britten's ACeremony of Carols, which they usually perform live each holiday season, to be released online in December 2020.

About Music at Trinity Church Wall Street

Trinity Church Wall Street's groundbreaking music program - 'the top of musical life in New York' (New York Times) - has changed the landscape of performing arts in New York City, re-envisioning the impact arts organizations can have, with its peerless ensembles, uniquely broad range of expertise from early to new music performance, long tradition of championing underrepresented composers, and extensive and growing discography. Conductor and composer Julian Wachner serves as the director of music at Trinity and as the principal conductor of The Choir of Trinity Wall Street, NOVUS NY and the Trinity Baroque Orchestra.

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Trinity Church Wall Street presents free streaming in 'Comfort at One' series: 'Passing Through'

Videos stream at 1pm EDT on Facebook and Twitter, and are archived here.

Wed, Sep 2 at 1pm

From July 2020: Members of the Trinity Youth Chorus performed the hymn Holy, Holy, Holy, with descant arranged by Wachner. The featured instrumentalists were Lucy Attebury, oboe; Gabe Nichols, violin; Aaron Nichols, cello; and Genevieve Roy, cello.

Thurs, Sep 3 at 1pm

From April 2019: Matthew Daley and Grant Wareham, students from the Yale Institute of Sacred Music, Connecticut, gave a Pipes at One recital in the First Thursdays Conservatory Series.

Mon, Sep 7 at 1pm

From May 2019: The Choir of Trinity Wall Street members Molly Netter, Clifton Massey, Brian Giebler and Jonathan Woody joined the Trinity Baroque Orchestra for Bach's Meine Seel erhebt den Herren, BWV 10, and Johann Friedrich Fasch's Concerto in D for Trumpet, Two Oboes and Strings, FaWV L:D1.

Tues, Sep 8 at 1pm

From October 2018: This performance of Henry Balfour Gardiner's Evening Hymn is from the first installment of Trinity's Evening Concert Series, in which The Choir of Trinity Wall Street explored its heritage with Anglican favorites. A link to the full concert will also be provided.

Wed, Sep 9 at 1pm

From July 2020: The St. Paul's Chapel Choir gave its first at-home performance in a virtual choir video of Keep Watch, O Lord, a collect for evening, composed and directed by Associate Organist Janet Yieh.

Thurs, Sep 10 at 1pm

From April 2018: Trinity's Associate Organist and Chorusmaster Avi Stein gave a Pipes at One recital.

Fri, Sep 11 at 1pm

This special presentation is a collection of musical offerings from Trinity's past 9/11 services.

Mon, Sep 14 at 1pm

From March 2020: The only Bach + One performance in 2020, this concert features The Choir of Trinity Wall Street in Herbert Howells's Take Him, Earth for Cherishing and, joined by the Trinity Baroque Orchestra, in Bach's Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen, BWV 12.

Tues, Sep 15 at 1pm

From May 2017: The Choir of Trinity Wall Street and the Trinity Baroque Orchestra performed 'Nisi Dominus' from Monteverdi's Vespers of 1610 - a monumental 90-minute masterpiece involving a chorus of up to ten parts, seven soloists and orchestra - on the composer's 450th birthday. A link to the full concert will also be provided.

Wed, Sep 16 at 1pm

From March 2020: Trinity's Director of Music Julian Wachner performed his interpretation of one of the Intermezzi by Brahms.

Thurs, Sep 17 at 1pm

From May 2018: Renowned organist Kent Tritle gave a Pipes at One recital.

Fri, Sep 18 at 1pm

The 'Passing Through' season of at-home performances opens with John Adams's Road Movies, performed by two NOVUS NY members: concertmaster Katie Hyun and pianist Conor Hanick. This musical exploration of a passage through landscapes was recorded at Yamaha Studios.

Mon, Sep 21 at 1pm

From April 2017: This 2017 Bach at One collaboration with New York Baroque Inc (NYBI) centered on the theme of comfort and included Bach's cantata Ich habe genug, BWV 82. Featured soloists from The Choir of Trinity Wall Street were Luthien Brackett, Scott Mello, Christopher Dylan Herbert and Megan Chartrand.

Tues, Sep 22 at 1pm

From February 2019: The Choir of Trinity Wall Street and NOVUS NY performed the Kyrie from Wachner's Epistle Mass. A link to the full concert, featuring premieres by Nico Muhly and Daniel Schlosberg, will also be provided.

Wed, Sep 23 at 1pm

From July 2020: This end-of-year online concert by one of the ukulele classes at the Chrystie Street School-Age Child Care Center was led by teaching artist Zac Selissen.

Thurs, Sep 24 at 1pm

From June 2018: Trinity's Music Scholar Forrest Eimold gave a Pipes at One recital, also featuring trumpeter Eric Berlin.

Fri, Sep 25 at 1pm

From August 2020: The second 'Passing Through' concert delves into the theme's spiritual implications, with a special 'at church' performance of Wachner's Psalm 90 by members of The Choir of Trinity Wall Street, conducted by the composer.

Mon, Sep 28 at 1pm

From January 2016: The Choir of Trinity Wall Street and Trinity Baroque Orchestra performed Bach's Preise dein Glücke, gesegnetes Sachsen, BWV 215, and the movements Sanctus, Osanna and Dona nobis pacem from his Mass in B minor, with featured soloists Andrew Fuchs, Christopher Dylan Herbert and Sarah Brailey. The concert is from 2016's Twelfth Night Festival.

Tues, Sep 29 at 1pm

From September 2019: This clip of Wachner's Holy, Holy, Holy is from 'Singing our Song,' a concert that featured all of Trinity's choirs: The Choir of Trinity Wall Street, Trinity Youth Chorus, Downtown Voices and the St. Paul's Chapel Choir, accompanied by musicians from NOVUS NY.

Wed, Sep 30 at 1pm

From June 2020: Cellist Andrew Yee, a member of both NOVUS NY and the Grammy-winning Attacca Quartet, gave an at-home performance. The clip features multiple Yees performing an all-cello version of Jacobus Clemens non Papa's Ego flos campi.

Thurs, Oct 1 at 1pm

From August 2019: Maria Budacova and Nicholas Capozzoli, students from McGill University in Montreal, gave a Pipes at One recital in the First Thursdays Conservatory Series.

Fri, Oct 2 at 1pm

In this 'at home' concert with Aisslinn Nosky and Michael Unterman from the Trinity Baroque Orchestra, Associate Organist and renowned harpsichordist Avi Stein performs works by Bach and Francesco Maria Veracini, a great 18th-century Italian violinist who 'passed through' Bach's circle in Dresden.

Mon, Oct 5 at 1pm

From May 2016: This favorite Bach + One concert featured soloists Luthien Brackett and Steven Caldicott Wilson with The Choir of Trinity Wall Street and Trinity Baroque Orchestra, led from the organ by Associate Organist and Chorusmaster Avi Stein, in performances of Geist und Seele wird verwirret, BWV 35, and Ich armer Mensch, ich Sündenknecht, BWV 55.

Tues, Oct 6 at 1pm

From March 2019: Molly Netter sang Barbara Strozzi's Lagrime mie in 2019's Time's Arrow Festival, which focused on amplifying the voices of female artists across multiple mediums.

Wed, Oct 7 at 1pm

From June 2020: Trinity's semi-professional choir, Downtown Voices, performed virtually under the direction of Stephen Sands, with editing by Farrah Dupoux.

Thurs, Oct 8 at 1pm

From June 2018: Trinity's Associate Organist Janet Yieh gave a Pipes at One recital.

Fri, Oct 9 at 1pm

This 'at home' performance features NOVUS NY principal oboist Stuart Breczinski, in the world premiere of his own composition for oboe and electronics.

Mon, Oct 12 at 1pm

From April 2015: Soloists Melissa Attebury, Dashon Burton, Melanie Russell and Owen McIntosh joined The Choir of Trinity Wall Street; The Trinity Baroque Orchestra with Robert Mealy, concertmaster; Avi Stein, chorusmaster and continuo; and Julian Wachner, conductor, to perform Bach's cantatas Es ist euch gut, dass ich hingehe, BWV 108; Der Herr ist mein getreuer Hirt, BWV 112; and Du Friedefürst, Herr Jesu Christ, BWV 116.

Tues, Oct 13 at 1pm

From May 2020: The Trinity Youth Chorus and the New Jersey Youth Chorus performed Morten Lauridsen's Sure on this Shining Night.

Wed, Oct 14 at 1pm

From April 2020: This 'at home' video features Senior Artistic Administrator and NOVUS NY flutist Melissa Baker playing a movement from Bach's Partita for Solo Flute.

Thurs, Oct 15 at 1pm

From April 2018: Alistair Reid of New York's St. Joseph's Church gave a Pipes at One recital.

Fri, Oct 16 at 1pm

In an 'at home' performance reflecting on the 'Passing Through' theme, NOVUS NY pianist Charity Wicks plays virtual chamber music with herself.

Mon, Oct 19 at 1pm

From March 2015: Wachner led The Choir of Trinity Wall Street and Trinity Baroque Orchestra in accounts of Bach's cantatas Das neugeborne Kindelein, BWV 122, and Herr Jesu Christ, wahr' Mensch und Gott, BWV 127. The featured soloists were Jonathan Woody, Sherezade Panthaki, Luthien Brackett and Owen McIntosh.

Tues, Oct 20 at 1pm

From March 2017: NOVUS NY harpist Bridget Kibbey performed with violist Matthew Lipman and flutist Melissa Baker in 'Sunken Cathedral,' part of a Concerts at One series focused on the water justice movement, in association with the 2017 Trinity Institute National Theological Conference on climate change and water crises.

Wed, Oct 21 at 1pm

The Trinity Youth Chorus gives a virtual choir presentation, recorded at home.

Thurs, Oct 22 at 1pm

From May 2018: Donald Meineke gave a Pipes at One recital.

Fri, Oct 23 at 1pm

This 'at home' performance features the House of Time chamber ensemble - Trinity Baroque Orchestra musicians Gonzalo X. Ruiz, Tatiana Daubek, Stephen Goist and Matt Zucker - in Mozart's Oboe Quartet in F, K. 370. The music 'passes through' a classic, perfect first movement, a deeply moving and sad adagio, and a rollicking final rondo filled with jokes and party tricks.

Mon, Oct 26 at 1pm

From April 2019: Soloists Madeline Healey, Oliver Mercer, Timothy Parsons and Jonathan Woody performed Bach's Liebster Gott, wenn werd ich sterben?, BWV 8, on a program with Telemann's Concerto in E minor for Flute and Recorder, TWV 52:e1, which featured Trinity Baroque Orchestra members Priscilla Herreid and David Ross.

Tues, Oct 27 at 1pm

From November 2016: The Choir of Trinity Wall Street and Trinity Baroque Orchestra performed Bach's Mass in B minor under Wachner's baton.

Wed, Oct 28 at 1pm

From May 2020: NOVUS NY percussionists Jonny Allen, Victor Caccese, Ian Rosenbaum and Terry Sweeney, collectively known as Brooklyn's Sandbox Percussion, performed a reimagined version of Jason Treuting's Extremes, using whatever makeshift instruments they could find at home.

Thurs, Oct 29 at 1pm

From October 2019: Director of Music Julian Wachner gave a Halloween Pipes at One recital.

Fri, Oct 30 at 1pm

Director of Music Julian Wachner gives a special 'at home' performance.

Mon, Nov 2 at 1pm

From March 2018: Avi Stein led the Trinity Baroque Orchestra and Elizabeth Bates, Sarah Brailey, Luthien Brackett, Timothy Parsons, Timothy Hodges, Brian Giebler, Paul An, Thomas McCargar and Jonathan Woody, all members of The Choir of Trinity Wall Street, in a performance of Bach's cantatas Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen, BWV 12, and Wachet! betet! betet! wachet!, BWV 70.

Tues, Nov 3 at 1pm

From January 2017: This clip comes from the world premiere of Zachary Wadsworth's Spire and Shadow, which was commissioned by Trinity and written for Downtown Voices and NOVUS NY.

Wed, Nov 4 at 1pm

The Trinity Youth Chorus presents a virtual choir performance.

Thurs, Nov 5 at 1pm

From May 2019: Chelsea Barton and Malcolm Matthews, students from the Eastman School of Music, New York, gave a Pipes at One recital in the First Thursdays Conservatory Series.

Fri, Nov 6 at 1pm

This 'Passing Through' concert focuses on time, with a journey from old music to new, as sung by soprano Molly Netter from The Choir of Trinity Wall Street. Netter will accompany herself on the clavicytherium, a reimagined Baroque instrument resembling an upright harpsichord, in world premieres by Alyssa Weinberg and Calvin Hitchcock.

Mon, Nov 9 at 1pm

From May 2015: Julian Wachner led soloists Sherezade Panthaki, Jonathan Woody, Steven Caldicott Wilson and Timothy Parsons; The Choir of Trinity Wall Street; The Trinity Baroque Orchestra with Robert Mealy, concertmaster; and Avi Stein, chorusmaster and continuo, in a performance of Bach's cantatas Wer mich liebet, der wird mein Wort halten, BWV 59; O Ewigkeit, du Donnerwort, BWV 60; and Also hat Gott die Welt geliebt, BWV 68.

Tues, Nov 10 at 1pm

From December 2019: Members of the Trinity Youth Chorus sang 'Spring Carol' from Benjamin Britten's A Ceremony of Carols.

Wed, Nov 11 at 1pm

From June 2020: Director of Music and celebrated organist Julian Wachner performed variations on We Shall Overcome as the postlude to a Sunday service.

Thurs, Nov 12 at 1pm

From July 2016: Amanda Mole, Music Director of St. Michael's Church in Rochester, New York, gave a Pipes at One recital.

Fri, Nov 13 at 1pm

This 'at home' performance is by the Grammy-winning Attacca Quartet, 'passing through' time with works by Beethoven and Caroline Shaw.

Mon, Nov 16 at 1pm

From April 2015: Soloists Melanie Russell, Stephen Sands and Matt Boehler joined The Choir of Trinity Wall Street and Trinity Baroque Orchestra, conducted by Julian Wachner, for Bach's cantatas Gleichwie der Regen und Schnee vom Himmel fällt, BWV 18; Falsche Welt, dir trau ich nicht, BWV 52; and Was willst du dich betrüben, BWV 107.

Tues, Nov 17 at 1pm

From June 2018: NOVUS NY performed Webern's romantic Passacaglia.

Wed, Nov 18 at 1pm

The Trinity Youth Chorus gives a special Comfort at One 'at home' performance in anticipation of its virtual evening performance on November 20.

Thurs, Nov 19 at 1pm

From June 2019: Tyrone Whiting, Director of Music of Grace Church in Newark, New Jersey, gave a Pipes at One recital.

Fri, Nov 20 at 5pm

The Trinity Youth Chorus performs a virtual concert.

Mon, Nov 23 at 1pm

From May 2015: Soloists Brian Giebler, Timothy Parsons, Sarah Brailey and Jonathan Woody of The Choir of Trinity Wall Street joined the Trinity Baroque Orchestra and guest concertmaster Alexander Woods to perform Wer da gläubet und getauft wird, BWV 37, and Sie werden euch in den Bann tun, BWV 44.

Tues, Nov 24 at 1pm

From January 2019: Trinity's ensembles performed the concert 'Of Time and Place,' featuring new music by David Little and Ellen Reid.

Wed, Nov 25 at 1pm

From May 2020: New York Polyphony tenor Steven Caldicott Wilson, a former member of The Choir of Trinity Wall Street, gave an 'at home' hymn performance.

Thurs, Nov 26 at 1pm

From March 2019: Associate Organist Janet Yieh, Associate Director of Music Melissa Attebury and Senior Artistic Administrator Melissa Baker presented a special Thanksgiving Pipes at One recital.

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