Concerts at Trinity
music for the soul.
The Trinity sanctuary was designed specifically and acoustically to provide an ideal space for the making of music. As such, Trinity has hosted many ensembles and artists over the years, from choirs to orchestras, chamber ensembles, soloists and more.
Additionally, the spectacular organ designed and built by Martin Pasi makes Trinity a prime destination for organists from around the world, and Trinity's Artists at the Organ team has curated a concert series each year since the organ was dedicated in 1995.
Check out upcoming concerts below, and for more information, questions, or to inquire about hosting a concert or recital at Trinity, contact the main office: firstname.lastname@example.org or 425.778.2159.
artists at the organ.
Through the “Artists at the Organ" concert series, Trinity has shown welcome to all, and been an embracing community to so many folks. Not only do we reach out to people of other faith communities, but we have been privileged to have people of other geographic locations, as well as people of varied socio-economic groups, attend our concerts.
The musicians who have played in concert here are well-known, professional artists. Living out Trinity's value of the inclusion of all people, concert attendees are asked for a suggested donation of $10- $15 or pay as you are able. People who cannot afford the ticket prices at the Opera or the Symphony, are able to hear great musicians at an affordable price.
When we experience the power and the beauty of music, we realize how spiritually uplifting and nourishing it can be. Music feeds us. The Creator has blessed us with so many gifts...gifts for building us up, creating a sense of belonging, and ultimately becoming the people of God. Included in the gifts given us, music continues to offer us a way to worship together, to learn together and to peacefully and lovingly live together. The universality of music is evident in the marvelous ministry of “Trinity Artists at the Organ.” Together, we are lifted and supported by the bond that music brings to life’s journey.