The Chorister Academy is supported by funds from the parishioners of Trinity Church, and by fundraising events run by parents of choir boys and choir girls. Both choirs are planning performance trips to Europe in the coming years and depend on raising funds to underwrite tour expenses incurred.
Examples of fundraising activities: fruit sales, sales of Stop & Shop gift cards, and sales of advertising space in the program book printed for each concert. You may make your donation directly to the Choir Activity fund by clicking the Donate Now! button below. You may also choose to support the choirs by purchasing items from the sources detailed below
Support the Men & Boys and Men & Girls Choirs! Go to the site to design and purchase items such as pullover hoodies with choir insignia. Alumni are also welcome to order items.
Go to the site for Men & Boys and Men & Girls Choirs to obtain items that show your appreciation of current choir members. Choir alumni/ae are also welcome to purchase items that demonstrate their support..
Go to the site for Men & Boys and Men & Girls Choir items for current choir members and alumni/ae. Enter code TRIN07.
Music on the Green, written by well-known historian (and New Haven native) Barbara Owen, details the long and rich history of Trinity’s music program, from 1752 until the present time. This fascinating softbound book of 100 pages covers Trinity’s choirs, choirmasters, organs, and even the church bells in both words and pictures. It can be ordered through the Organ Historical Society by clicking here.