2019 Summer Concert Series
All Concerts are on Sundays at 5:00 pm; concerts are gratis; free will offering gratefully received.
Summer Schedule for 2019
June 16th – 4th Street Jazz Choir
Wendell Purrington directs jazz and pop songs for this exuberant chorus. A favorite group is back again.
June 23rd – Tuckermans at 9
Mark Miller and his ever popular a cappella gang bring sophisticated choral fun, close harmony and arresting rhythms.
June 30th -Funky Divas of Gospel
Seacoast choir of voices and instruments gets back to the roots of music itself. Spirited entertainment for the whole family!
July 7th – Poco Amare
Kitty Beller-McKenna leads a chamber of singers selected from her accomplished chorus, Amare Cantare, in choral classics.
July 14th -Chamber Singers Of Granite State Choral Society The 10-14 member GSCS Chamber Singers focus on a cappella choral music from all time periods, in a wide variety of styles and genres, always performed with excellence and panache.
July 21st – 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 28th – Robin Shaw, Soprano and Ray DeMarco Harking back to her student days at Berklee, Ms. Shaw shares her journey through the American jazz songbook in “The Jazz Lesson”.
August 4th – 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!
August 11th – Young Organist Collaborative
Outstanding students from Portsmouth’s Young Organist Collaborative, share a recital of classics for the pipe organ. A perennial favorite!
August 18th – The Overtones
A select group of singers from Portsmouth’s chorus Pro Musica in a fun evening of diverse works for mixed voices, a cappella.
August 25th – 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, where he first learned to play.
September 1st – Philip Trackman, Flute, Geoffrey Wieting, Piano Two accomplished musicians from Cambridge, MA present an evening of classic works for flute and piano.
September 8th – 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.