“Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly in all wisdom, teaching and admonishing one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing with grace in your hearts to the Lord.” -Colossians 3:16
Music is an integral part of the worship services in the Orthodox Church. We are proud to have a diverse music program which provides the opportunity for people to share their talents with God. We are blessed to have a vibrant music ministry program at Holy Trinity Cathedral. The beautiful voices of our choir provide for a prayerful atmosphere during the Divine Liturgy.
“Nothing elevates the soul to such a degree as divine psalmody, which give the soul wings and liberates it from worldly concerns.” -St. John Chrysostom
HOLY TRINITY CATHEDRAL CHOIR
The Holy Trinity Cathedral Choir is comprised of over 30 adult musicians who have chosen to share their gift of music with the Church. The Cathedral Choir is open to anyone who would like to join and is willing to make the necessary time commitments. Auditions are not required, but previous musical experience is beneficial.
For more information and for the choir rehearsal schedule, please contact the director, Terri Alexon at email@example.com.
The Byzantine Choir is a group of devoted members who have learned the essentials of Byzantine Chant and are putting their knowledge and talents to use by chanting the Vespers, Matins and Liturgy services on Sundays and Feast Days. The Choir sings in an antiphonal setting consisting of a Right and Left Choir that alternates the singing of the hymns for the services.
New and prospective members are welcome to attend chant classes held by our Cantors. A member’s integration into the choir is gradual as they learn about the Modes and musical notation.
Floros & Lauros the Monk-martyrs of Illyria; Hermos the Martyr; Leontus the martyr; John & George, Patriarchs of Constantinople; Relics of Arsenios the Righteous of Paros; Afterfeast of the Dormition of our Most Holy Lady the Theotokos and Ever Virgin Mary; Constantine the New Martyr of Capua; Matthew the New Martyr of Gerakari