Contact: Dr. Michael Messina, Director of Music – [email protected]
The Music Program at Trinity is diverse, creative, and widely recognized for its depth of repertoire.
Special services at Trinity include Choral Evensongs, periodic organ recitals, and guest performances.
Christmas is a particularly special time for music. Trinity celebrates the season with a festive Madrigal Dinner and a service of Lessons and Carols. Both of these Christmastide services reach beyond the parish and draw many from the city into our sacred space.
In 2019, the Choir and Choristers will go on Pilgrimage to England, serving as choir in residence at
Ely Cathedral for a week. The choir has often traveled as far as England and as near as the Diocese of
Indianapolis for growth, service, and enrichment.
Besides regular worship services, Music at Trinity offers year round music programming, including
Steven Stolen’s Meridian Song Project, concerts with choir and orchestra, guest ensembles and
soloists, and the Choir Cabaret.
Learning the music of the Church is very much a part of our core value of education. Singing in the choir includes learning about sacred scripture, church history, theology, liturgy, spirituality and prayer… not to mention vocal technique, breathing, posture and deployment, and other musical skills.
Choir members have a wide range of experience and ability, from professional musicians to children having their first musical training. Trinity Choir is a mixed intergenerational choir of professionals and volunteers—adults and teens—who work hard and love to sing. Rehearsals are held on Wednesdays, from 7-9 p.m. and Sunday mornings. The choir sings Sundays and holidays plus concerts, Evensong, and special programs.
Trinity Choristers is for boys and girls at least 8 years of age or in the third grade. Rehearsals are on Tuesdays from 4:30-6:30 pm, with snacks provided by parents. Choristers sing in church three Sundays/month (September through Trinity Sunday) as well as holidays, Evensong, and concerts.