Trinity Chamber & Concert Series...
The Trinity Chamber Series hosts both amateur and professional
musicians in this ongoing concert series. Since its
inception in January 2009, over 200 North American
musicians have provided “by donation” concerts to
area residents and visitors. Averaging eight to 10
concerts a year the series hosts a wide array of
musical talent, and genres have run the gamut from
baroque recorders to budding opera singers with
jazz, classical pianists, tuba quartets and all of
ilk’s of other musical groups filling in the mix.
Concert goers can enjoy the music free of charge with the
option of donating toward the current “project.”
Turning the church into an functioning emergency
shelter for the town and supporting the expense of
the children’s summer music camp have been two of
the Chamber Series projects. Other projects may be earmarked for future concerts.
UPCOMING CHURCH EVENTS
THE POWER OF THE
BIBLE Wednesday’s 6:30 pm
Songs, study and sharing are the three main ideas for these sessions. Please
join us for a lively time
Community Choir Every Sunday at 1:00 pm at Trinity Community Lutheran
This is a community choir and is open to all who would like to sing. Please
contact Andy Mar for further details. 945-0793
Summer Music Camp Jul 31- Aug. 6:
Interested musicians can contact Lucy Williams
the Concert Series Producer at 360.945.2883
church has had a choir for many years.
Tasha Neufeld became the director of music four years ago
and began encouraging people to join the choir to where, now the
choir consists of up to twenty people with four voices –
tenor, soprano, alto and bass.
choir meets on Thursday evenings at 7 pm and everyone is welcome
to attend – those who have never sung are encouraged to learn
and those with experience can further expand their horizons, all
under Tasha’s tutoring and direction. Members come from as far
and at least half are from the
choir usually performs special music each Sunday; the routine is
to meet at ten in the morning, rehearse for half of an hour
before the service. Members
are becoming increasingly comfortable with this seemingly rapid
routine, with experience and diligent leadership.
are normally two concerts each year at Christmas and in the
summer, and the choir sings in the background during the
children’s summer musicals.
A special concert was held last May as a fund raising
event for a person in need of medical expense contributions. Local
musicians often play with the choir including the Brass Belles
wind ensemble and accomplished piano, violin, flute and oboe
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