Music at Holy Trinity

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Music plays a very important part in our life at Holy Trinity. Our Director of Music, Irena Henderson, plays the organ at the 11.30 am Sunday Mass and coordinates the choirs of adults and children whose contributions greatly enhance the worship. Irena welcomes enquiries from anyone who would like to sing. Please speak to her after a Sunday Mass.

Trinity Concert

Once a year, usually in May, Irena brings together a large choir and a small orchestra to perform a variety of music at the Trinity Concert which raises money for charity, and involves children from our church school of St. Aidan.

 

The Stroud Green Festival

Holy Trinity Church and church all is the main venue for many of the concerts and events for the Stroud Green Festival organised by one of our parishioners Clare Norburn. Featuring mainly early music, but also including jazz, opera, children’s workshops, poetry and folk music, this festival has been running for a number of years now. It attracts professional performers of a vey high standard and has been described as ‘a wonderful example of music and culture being performed on a small local scale for the benefit of the community.’

You can follow a link to the festival website here.

Autumn 2018 Concert Series 

Dan Collins, who sings with the internationally renowned choir the Sixteen,  has organised a series of concerts in Holy Trinity this autumn. They will feature talented young musicians performing a variety of music from across the centuries. Full details of the concerts are available by following this link to the Musicfor website.

Ensemble in Residence

Holy Trinity is also very pleased to support the highly talented early music ensemble Spiritato. Spiritato give regular performances and workshops in the church, and details of these are published when available.  Recently we were treated to a wonderful evening of Music by Henry and Daniel Purcell.  A full review of Oh brother, where art thou? Can be found here: Concert Review

You can find out more about Spiritato generally here.