About our Choirs
Grace and Holy Trinity Cathedral features the gifts of several choir groups for singers of nearly all ages
The Trinity Choir is the principal choir at Grace and Holy Trinity Cathedral, singing for the 10:15 a.m. service throughout the year, for occasional services and for monthly Evensongs (September-May). The Trinity Choir has also taken numerous choir tours, serving as a resident chorus in Great Britain at Westminster Abbey and the Anglican cathedrals of Exeter, Norwich, Oxford and Worcester and singing services in Florence, Salzburg and Paris. To learn more about singing in the Trinity Choir, please contact Paul Meier, Director of Music.
The youth choir rehearses weekly during the academic year and sings occasionally at the 10:15 a.m. service worship and occasional services. The Tallis Singers are always looking for young, enthusiastic musicians with a keen interest and aptitude for music who feel called to enrich our worship with their talents. To learn more about singing in the Tallis Singers, please contact Paul Meier, Director of Music.
Trinity Children’s Choir
Directed by Linda Martin, the Trinity Children’s Choir invites students and children to sing. Rehearsals are Sundays from 9:15–10 a.m. in Haden Hall, most Sundays. Singers gain vocal and musical skills as they prepare anthems, hymns, and parts of the worship liturgy. The choir sings at the 10:15 a.m. service several times during the academic year. To learn more about the Trinity Children’s Choir, please contact Linda Martin, Director of the Trinity Children’s Choir.
Trinity Handbell Ensemble
The sound of handbells brings an added richness to our services. The handbell ensemble rehearses on Thursdays at 6 p.m. and plays occasionally at worship services throughout the year. To learn more about ringing in the Trinity Handbell Ensemble, please contact Paul Meier, Director of Music.