Friday, February 17, 7:30 p. m.
Music for Brass, Organ, and Choir
Free and Open to the Public
LISTEN TO A PREVIEW HERE!
James E. Bobb,
Minister of Music,
First Congregational Church, Columbus, Ohio
Hymns on the Program Include:
The Church’s one Foundation
Sing of the Lord’s goodness (bassed on ‘Take Five,’ made famous by Dave Brubeck)
Abide with me
The King of love my shepherd is
Praise to the Lord, the Almighty
I want Jesus to walk with me
and many others
Epiphany 6 – February 12
Please click on the links below to hear music from this service. Download the service leaflet here.
Pelz: Peace I give to you
Hymn 388, O worship the King, all glorious above (Hanover)
Psalm 42:1-7 (Simplified Anglican Chant, Kennedy)
Hymn 441, In the cross of Christ I glory (Rathbun)
Haydn, Gloria from Heiligemesse
arr. Holst, Let all mortal flesh keep silence
Kristine Chaney and Lisa Jennings, sopranos
Hymn 397, Now thank we all our God (Nun danket alle Gott)
Bach, arr. Fox: Nun danket alle Gott, BWV 79
Hearts of Passion III:
A Gospel Feast
Raise the roof with the region’s finets gospel musicians from Conway’s Mason Temple Church of God in Christ and the Carolina Master Chorale in a multi-cultural celebration of gospel music in its many forms, from Southern Gospel to traditional African American spirituals to contemporary Black Gospel. This collabrative effort is also designed as a poignant observance of Black History Month.
Friday, Februray 10, 8:00 pm
Seaside United Methodist Church, Sunset Beach, NC
Saturday, February 11, 4:00 pm
Trinity Church, Myrtle Beach
Sunday, February 12, 4:00 pm
Mason Temple Church of God in Christ, Conway
The Poinsett Piano Trio visited Trinity on Saturday, January 28 and provided a wonderful afternoon of chamber music to an appreciative audience. The concert (view the program here) included music by Dvorak, Grieg, and Ravel.
The members of the ensemble are David Gross (piano), Deirdre Hutton (violin), and Christopher Hutton (cello). All three serve on the music faculty of Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina. I was delighted to find out that Christopher and Deirdre were students at the Eastman School of Music at the same time as I was, and we enjoyed reminiscing about those days and talking about people that we knew in common.
If you missed the concert, here is a brief snippet. It is a slow movement from a Trio by the early twentieth-century French composer Maurice Ravel, and in it you’ll hear some very elegant and lyrical playing:
Ravel, Trio in A minor: Passacaille (Très large)
For more information on the trio (and to listen to more of their music), please visit their website: www.poinsettpianotrio.com
Next Event in the Trinity Concert Series:
Friday, February 17, 7:30 pm
Full details on that event here.