A Little Night Music
All are invited to join us for weekly concerts. These are free and Trinity's gift to the neighborhood.
Thursday evenings July 11 thru August 1
Concerts in the sanctuary at 6:00 p.m.
Carillon concerts on the lawn at 7:00 p.m.
Different food items served each week during the Carillon Concert.
Have you ever wondered about the beautiful music that comes from Trinity’s Carillon tower?
Trinity’s carillon was installed in 1928, a gift from the Horace A. Moses family. The 100-foot Chapel tower houses 60 bells, covering a range of 4 octaves. The largest bell is 6 feet in diameter and weighs almost 8000 pounds. The smallest is 7 inches and weighs 14 pounds.
The bells are bolted to steel beams and only the clappers move. Carillon bells have no dampers so once they are struck, they ring until the sound dies away naturally. The bells are played manually from a keyboard located in the tower room. This keyboard consists of a double row of wooden levers that correspond to the black and white keys on a piano. The keys are connected to the bell clappers by wires. The amount of force used to strike the clappers determines the amount of sound produced.
Please join us on the following dates to enjoy this beautiful music.
The Great Grinder
Ragtime Band presented by Bella Voce--Teri LaFleur and Lisa Woods accompained by Jerry Noble
George Matthew carillonneur
The Big Burger
"Feel the Spirit” Spirituals and Gospel music presented by the Trinity Summer Singers directed by Becky Isaacson accompanied by Steve Hays
Dan Kehoe carillonneur
“Songs are for Sharing” presented by the Gathered Voices --Amanda Johnson, Holly Joy Pearson, Matthew Jaquith and Larry Picard accompanied by Michael Rheault
David Maker carillonneur
“Summer Strings & Wind” presented by the Northern Trio –Julie Carew, Heather Sommerlad, and Lynette Varnon
John Widman carillonneur
All Concerts are Free
Donations are accepted for food
The pictures below are a combination of stock images from past concerts and new images of Bella Voce presenting their concert on July 11.