Trinity Church

in York Harbor, Maine

Summer Concert Series

Schedule for 2018

All Concerts are on Sundays at 5:00 pm; concerts are gratis; free will offering gratefully received.

 

Jazz Choir

4th Street Jazz Choir

June 11th – 4th Street Jazz Choir
Wendell Purrington directs jazz and pop songs for this exuberant chorus. A favorite group is back again.

June 17th – Funky Divas of Gospel
Seacoast choir of voices and instruments gets back to the roots of music itself.  Spirited entertainment for the whole family!

June 24th – Tuckermans at 9
Mark Miller and his ever popular a cappella gang bring sophisticated choral fun, close harmony and arresting rhythms.

July 1st – Ashley Wade, Mezzo
Ashley is joined by Elizabeth Blood and Olin Johannessen in “Celebrating Children...”. American art songs and theatrical works for voice, piano and percussion, suitable for youngster and families, too!.

July 8th – Poco Amare
Kitty Beller-McKenna leads a chamber of singers selected from her accomplished chorus, Amare Cantare, in choral classics.

July 15th – Bill And Geoffrey Wieting, Baritone and Organ 
A sampling of 19th century German Lieder from Schubert, Mendelssohn and Schumann to Brahms, Wolf and Mahler.

July 23rd – Anne Corriveau & Morgan McCurdy, Sopranos
Two accomplished singers present a brilliant musical journey from Handel to Sondheim, with Mary Towse-Beck at the piano.

July 29th – Young Organist Collaborative
Noah Jacobs and Thomas Latham, outstanding students from Portsmouth’s Young Organist Collaborative, share a recital of classics for the pipe organ.  A perennial favorite!

August 5th – Geoffrey Wieting, Organ 
York Harbor’s own has gone from York Harbor and Phillips Exeter to Oberlin and New England Conservatory.  He loves re-exploring the sounds of Trinity’s Wick’s organ.

August 12th – Artful Noise String Quartet
The seacoast region’s own string ensemble presents a program of classical chamber music in a perfect setting for such delightful delicacies.

August 19th – Sounds of the Seacoast
A Portsmouth based internationally noted women’s a cappella choral group, SOS revels in making music, puttin’ on the Ritz and having fun!

August 26th – Peggy Vagts, Flute
Peggy returns with more classics for flute, assisted by some fellow UNH music faculty members.

September 2nd – The Stairwells
A cappella vocal variety with veteran Portsmouth band-man, Ben Baldwin in the lead.  There’ll be popular songs and fun for everyone!

September 9th – Terrie Harman, Organ 
Trinity’s own Director of Music and titulaire organist returns in a recital of classical and popular organ favorites.

Program particulars are subject to change. Confirm details with Bill Wieting at (207) 363-5258 or billwieting@usa.net.

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