Trinity Artist Series

The Trinity Artist Series is a recipient of the Big Easy, Tribute to the Classical Arts “Outstanding Contribution Awards 2008, the Mayor’s Arts Award 2001, & 2004 Best of the Beat Heartbeat Award and other awards. Albinas Prizgintas, Director of Music Ministries, started the Trinity Artist Series 30 years ago. All programs last one hour and take place every Sunday of the year at 5:00 p.m. Police security provided. Handicap access and elevator available.   Informal and FREE of charge.  For information on the Trinity Artist Series contact 504 670-2520.

Schedule
 

 

Sunday, May 19 at 5 pm
Three Sopranos: Joy Meade, Imani  and Valerie Francis  accompanied by Wilfred Delphin will present a vocal recital celebrating the life and works of 20th Century composers. The program will include works by Robert Owens, Gian-Carlo Menotti, Samuel Barber and Seymour Barab.

Tuesday, May 21 at 6 pm
Organ and Labyrinth. Albinas Prizgintas plays the 5000 pipe tracker organ with ambient lighting and occasional guest musicians. From Bach to the Beatles and beyond! Since Katrina, a unique and magical distinctively New Orleans musical meditation. All people are welcomed. Please visit: www.albinas.org  

Friday, May 24 at 7 pm
 Alabama School of Fine Arts, Choir, String Orchestra & Jazz Ensemble present The National Festival of the States featuring members of the Delfeayo Marsalis Uptown Jazz Orchestra.

Sunday, May 26 at 5 pm
Geovane Santos, Brazilian guitarist/vocalist, awarded the 2017 ASCAP Foundation Louis Armstrong Jazz Composer Award (UNO). Santos brings Brazilian Music fusing with West African rhythms and Caribbean beats.

Tuesday, May 28 at 6 pm
Organ and Labyrinth. Albinas Prizgintas plays the 5000 pipe tracker organ with ambient lighting and occasional guest musicians. From Bach to the Beatles and beyond! Since Katrina, a unique and magical distinctively New Orleans musical meditation. All people are welcomed. Please visit: www.albinas.org  

Sunday, June 2 at 5 pm
Tara Melvin, soprano, Tyrone Haynes, baritone, 
and Malikha Mayes, soprano performing a classical recital featuring Art Songs. 
 
Tuesday, June 4 at 6 pm
Organ & Labyrinth. with Guests The After Hours Community Band from Saint Louis Missouri, 35 members. And Albinas Prizgintas plays the 5,000-pipe tracker organ with ambient lighting. From Bach to the Beatles and beyond! Since Katrina, a unique and magical distinctively New Orleans musical meditation. All are welcomed. See albinas.org for more details.

Sunday, June 9 at 5 pm
The Legendary New Orleans Banjos +2 
A 6 piece Musical group playing Traditional Jazz with Banjos, Vocals, Piano, and Double Bass.
 
Tuesday, June 11 at 6 pm
Organ and Labyrinth. Albinas Prizgintas plays the 5000 pipe tracker organ with ambient lighting and occasional guest musicians. From Bach to the Beatles and beyond! Since Katrina, a unique and magical distinctively New Orleans musical meditation. All people are welcomed. Please visit: www.albinas.org  

Sunday, June 16 at 5 pm
New Orleans Concert Band Clarinet Choir
 
 Tuesday, June18 at 6 pm
Organ and Labyrinth. Albinas Prizgintas plays the 5000 pipe tracker organ with ambient lighting and occasional guest musicians. From Bach to the Beatles and beyond! Since Katrina, a unique and magical distinctively New Orleans musical meditation. All people are welcomed. Please visit: www.albinas.org.   

Sunday, June 23 at  5 pm
Patrick Mackey, Banjo, and his Ensemble
 
Tuesday, June 25 at 6 pm
Organ and Labyrinth. Albinas Prizgintas plays the 5000 pipe tracker organ with ambient lighting and occasional guest musicians. From Bach to the Beatles and beyond! Since Katrina, a unique and magical distinctively New Orleans musical meditation. All people are welcomed. Please visit: www.albinas.org.   
 
Please Note:
Sunday, June 30 Starting @ 3 pm: The Annual Patriotic Music Festival
 

 Jazz Vespers
Jazz Vespers is a late night Compline service that takes place in the main church at 8 PM on Sunday nights during Lent. It is a short prayer service with several interludes of music performed by some of the best jazz musicians in New Orleans. A unique and exciting program, it has been embraced by the jazz loving community and it is looked forward to as an added Lenten devotion.

Patriotic Music Festival
The Patriotic Music Festival takes place in the church the Sunday before July 4.  This  program is in it's 17th year and is a popular and thrilling community event, featuring military bands, collaboration with the World War II Museum, and brilliant local attractions.  This past year the audience exceeded 1000 people.  The Patriotic Music Festival enjoys the support of various organizations and individuals, including Sons of the Revolution, Military Order of Foreign Wars, Society of Colonial Wars.  Once the program was launched, it was guided by the direction of Bryan Bell and Howard Soper.

WELCOME  

Contact Trinity
Mailing Address:
Trinity Episcopal Church
1329 Jackson Avenue
New Orleans, Louisiana 70130


Phone:
504.522.0276
Fax:
504.522.9960

 

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