Trinity Concert

One hour of Bach, Beatles, and other works, by the Trinity Choirs and soloists

Friday September 23

Performance begins at 7:00 pm.
Reservations $15.  Children under 15 free.

Sponsor Levels

Concert Sponsor – $1000 – 10 tickets
Concert Patron – $500 – 6 tickets
Concert Supporter – $250 – 4 tickets
Concert Friend – $100 – 2 tickets
All levels will receive full recognition in the concert program

Online-Reservations are now closed, but you can come and get tickets at the door.

If you can’t come but want to donate using our online system…

Donate now buttonIf you can’t come to the event, but would still like to donate to Trinity’s programs, hit the Donate Now! button and select the Music4Music fund in our online  VANCO PAYMENT SOLUTIONS donation system, an online service dedicated to support churches, which can accept credit card, debit card and eCheck donations.  Feel free to donate to any of the other Trinity Funds as well!

About the musicians

Bach, Beatles and Beyond”, a concert designed to appeal to all ages as well as diverse musical interests, will feature oboists Olav van Hezewijk and Marta Boratgis and organist Walden Moore along with the Trinity Boys Choir, the Trinity Girls Choir and other musicians of Trinity Church on the Green.

 A native of Holland, Olav van Hezewijk has charmed audiences in the Connecticut/New York area since 1982 with his dazzling technique and lyrical phrasing.  A graduate of the Yale School of Music, Mr. van Hezewijk is principal oboe of the New Haven Symphony Orchestra and the Colorado Music Festival.  Olav van Hezewijk has been a frequent concerto soloist with the New Haven Symphony, Jupiter Symphony, Colorado Music Festival and Yale Camerata.  This past February he and his wife, Marta Boratgis, appeared with I Musici Montreal.

Marta Boratgis is assistant principal oboe of the New Haven Symphony Orchestra and second oboe of the Colorado Music Festival at Boulder. She has been performing in the region since 1984. She is regarded as one of the premier oboists and orchestral contractors in Connecticut. A native of Colorado, Ms. Boratgis holds a Bachelor of Music in Performance from the University of Colorado and two Certificates of Study from the Accademia Musicale Chigiana in Siena, Italy.

Founded in 1885, the Choir of Men and Boys is one of the oldest existing such choirs in the United States.  The Choir of Men and Girls, founded in 2003, has attained critical acclaim.  Both choirs enjoy a national and international reputation for musical training and excellence. The choirs have performed at such venues as Yale’s Woolsey Hall in New Haven, the White House and the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C., and numerous churches and cathedrals in England and Europe.   A universally respected figure in American church music for his expertise as an organist and choir trainer, Walden Moore has been Director of Music at Trinity Church since 1984.

 

Parking

Parking metersNew Haven is a busy place. but parking is always just a block away from Trinity. The Crown Street parking garage is a block away. There are 194 metered spaces (6 for handicapped) within one block.  After 5pm the 2 hour limit is suspended, and parking after 9pm is free: you pay only $1.50 per hour until 9pm. All meters take credit cards. For more help on parking, click here, or on the parking meter image.

Trinity Episcopal Church
corner of Chapel & Temple Streets,
New Haven, CT
www.trinitynewhaven.org

Photo Attributions

The original photo of the wax statues of the Beatles was taken by Ronnie Liew (2006) / cc-by-2.0 and is hosted by Wikipedia Commons. The painting of Johann Sebastian Bach (aged 61) is from a portrait by Elias Gottlob Haussmann, from a copy or second version of his 1746 canvas, also hosted by Wikipedia Commons, and is in the public domain; the original painting hangs in the upstairs gallery of the Altes Rathaus (Old Town Hall) in Leipzig, Germany. The image of the church organ is by Neil Olsen, and the digital composite is the creation of Neil Olsen.  The image of the older Paul McCartney is hosted by Wikipedia Commons and is in the public domain.  Images of the concert musicians are used with permission.