BROCHURE for Sundays at 5 Concerts & Special Services.

"Sundays at 5" refers to our series of Choral Evensongs, special concerts and special liturgies, usually held on the first Sunday of each month at 5 p.m. We welcome guest choirs, guest organists and other instrumentalists to be a part of these special events and services that are free of charge and open to the public. The Carl Broman Series enables a guest organist to present a full length organ recital each year. Please contact Gen Bolena, organist/choirmaster, at 540-886-9132 or to be added to our snail mail and email lists to receive notification about these special services and events. Donations are the sole support of Sundays at 5 and the Carl Broman Series. Please mail donations to Trinity Church, PO Box 208, Staunton, VA, 24402. Thank you for your generosity.

Carl Broman Concert and Reception April 23 at 5 p.m.

Rhonda Sider Edgington, organist, will perform an interesting program of 17th century works by Bach, Buxtehude and Sweelinck, as well as contemporary pieces by Libby Larson, Ad Wammes and Rachel Laurin. Finger foods are needed for the reception following the concert. Please drop your food donations off in McCracken Hall before the concert. Thanks in advance for your contributions! … [Read more...]

Scarlatti & Tansman with Choral Evensong, March 5 at 5pm

Guitarist Chris Wyton will perform works by Scarlatti and Tansman. Chris, grandson of Carl Broman, teaches privately in the D.C. Metro area. His concert will be followed by Choral Evensong, sung by the Trinity Choir. … [Read more...]

Organ Concert with Advent Lessons & Carols

A Little Advent Music: Concert with Advent Lessons & Carols, December 4, 2016 at 5pm Organist Florence Jowers recently retired to Staunton after teaching at Lenoir-Rhyne University in Hickory, NC, for the last twenty years.  She will present a program featuring Bach’s Canonic Variations on ‘Vom Himmel hoch’, and works by Buxtehude and Pachelbel. The concert will be followed by … [Read more...]

Dennis Case Memorial Concert; Nov. 6 at 5pm

This Sundays at 5 concert, featuring Gabriel Fauré’s Requiem, is given in memory of all those who have departed over the last year. Sung by the Trinity Choir; accompanied by orchestra. Nursery available. … [Read more...]

Sundays at 5 Concert, Sept 25 at 5pm

Stella Maris: Music for Women's Voices This intimate concert features rarely-performed Medieval and contemporary music for women's trio and quartet. The program includes anonymous works from the fourteenth century, as well as music by Hildegard von Bingen, Leonel Power, Maurice Duruflé, Gavin Bryars, Ivan Moody, and John Tavener. Featuring Judy Blooms, Lauren Hauser, Cindy Kirchner, and Megan … [Read more...]

Masterpieces for Organ and Violin – Sept. 18 at 5pm

Masterpieces for Organ and Violin - September 18 at 5pm Italian organist Alessio Giacobone and Three Notch'd Road founding member Fiona Hughes collaborate to perform a program of solo and duo works by Bach. … [Read more...]

Concert & Evensong: May 15 at 5pm

Trinity's organist Gen Bolena will perform Hindemith and Mendelssohn. Concert is followed by Choral Evensong, sung by the Trinity Choir, accompanied by Louise Temple-Rosebrook. Choral music by Herbert Sumsion, Michael Sitton, and Philip Wilby. Bring a friend to our final concert of our Sundays at 5 series! … [Read more...]

Carl Broman Organ Concert: April 10 at 5pm

Timothy Olsen, Organist Bach, Buxtehude, Böhm April 10 at 5pm Nursery Available. Handicap Accessible. All are welcome! … [Read more...]

Organ Concert & Lenten Evesong at 5pm on March 6.

Andrew Scanlon will present music by J.S. Bach. Professor Scanlon is the head of the organ program at East Carolina University and Organist-Choirmaster at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, both in Greenville, NC. Evensong sung by Trinity Choir will follow with music by Tallis, Byrd, and Gibbons. … [Read more...]

Mr. Jefferson’s Bones: Concert & Collegiate Evensong

Sunday, February 14 at 5pm Mr. Jefferson's Bones, Trombone Ensemble Mr. Jefferson's Bones is comprised of some of the Shenandoah Valley's most experienced and talented professional trombonists. This program will draw from their repertoire of classical, sacred and gospel works by composers including Bruckner, Arcadelt, Bach, Gabrieli, and Haydn. Evensong led by Trinity's Boys & Girls … [Read more...]