Schedule for 2017
All Concerts are on Sundays at 5:00 pm; concerts are gratis; free will offering gratefully received.
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June 11th – 4th Street Jazz Choir
Wendell Purrington directs jazz and pop songs for this exuberant chorus. A favorite group is back again.
June 18th – Poco Amare
Kitty Beller-McKenna brings selected members from Amare Cantare presenting an evening of gems for a cappella choir.
June 25th – Seacoast Community Chorus
Wendell Purrington’s SCC is off to Scandinavia; this is a tune-up concert for their upcoming tour featuring American choral classics.
July 2nd – Tuckermans at 9
Mark Miller and his ever-popular gang bring an evening of sophisticated harmonies and arresting rhythms.
July 9th – Overtones
Members of Portsmouth Pro Musica chorus in a relaxed mood, singing popular and light classical favorites with style and éclat.
July 16th – The Stairwells, Contemporary a Cappella
A cappella vocal variety with veteran Portsmouth band man Ben Baldwin taking the lead. There’ll be a popular song for everyone!
July 23rd – Celtic Music
With Gail Adams on keyboard and fiddler Cathryn Norris, soprano Judy Ringer presents a mid-summer exploration into the lively world of Celtic music and son.
July 30th – Young Organist Collaborative
Joint recital by gifted students Noah Jacobs and Marshall Joos who share an exciting, innovative program of organ classics.
August 6th – Anne Corriveau & Gina Connolly, Sopranos
As beautiful to see as to hear, this well-matched pair sing a wide range of duets, arias, and art songs, with Terrie Ilaria at the keyboard.
August 13th – Organ Recital by Famed Maestro John Fenstermaker
After his studies at Wesleyan, Washington National Cathedral, and the Sorbonne, he has served as long-time organist at Grace Cathedral, San Francisco.
August 20th – Music for Saxophone
Russ Grazier, director of Portsmouth Music and Art Center, returns to explore more recital of mysterious beauties and surprising colors of the solo saxophone.
August 27th – American Classical Music
Jenni Cook, soprano; Hsiang Tu, piano; and Peggy Vagts, flute. Noted American composer Amy Beach turns 150 this year. We celebrate with Beach at the beach (well, near the beach.)
September 3rd – Ashley Wade, Soprano, and Christopher Kies, Piano
join forces with a small chorus of talented friends in a program of classic art songs for solo voice, piano, and chamber choir.
September 10th – Organ Recital
Trinity’s own director of music, Terrie Harman, playing a variety of favorites on the Wicks organ.
Program particulars are subject to change. Confirm details with Bill Wieting at (207) 363-5258 or firstname.lastname@example.org.