Drop by any time on Saturday May 27th from 11 AM to 3 PM or Sunday, May 28th noon to 3 PM.
Experience the grandeur of our space. Listen to our instruments. Learn about our history and our present with displays of stories and pictures. Take time for a tour or scavenger hunt.
On Saturday from noon to 2 PM Ian Grundy, music director and some students he works with will play both the organ and new Steinway piano.
At 2:00 PM hear the Penthelia Singers perform a 30 minute Concert. Penthelia Singers is a Toronto-based women’s chamber choir performing culturally diverse and musically sophisticated repertoire. Their performance at Doors Open will include music selections from their upcoming concert, “In the Kitchen”, including the toe-tapping folk music of Eastern Canada and much more. www.penthelia.com
That Choir is proud to present the fourth and final concert of their 2015|2016 season, That Choir Horizons.
The evening will feature a complete program of contemporary choral music, with works by Eric Whitacre, Kathleen Allan, Greg Knauf, James Ray, and more. This concert is happening on Sunday, May 15th at 8:00PM at Church of the Holy Trinity (19 Trinity Square).
All tickets are $10.
Please visit www.thatchoir.com to purchase your tickets, and for more information on this and other exciting concerts!
Echo Women’s Choir, Spring Concert,
Songs of Hope & Resistance, Sunday, May 1, 3pm
Church of the Holy Trinity
Co-Directors: Becca Whitla and Alan Gasser
With Special Guest: Singer Ewelina Ferenc & Yura Rafalui, Hammered Dulcimer
Tickets $15. Advance, $10. Seniors/Children/Underwaged, $20 at the door.
To reserve tickets email: firstname.lastname@example.org
ECHO gratefully acknowledges the support of the Toronto Arts Council.
To find out more about Echo: www.echowomenschoir.ca
The 12th edition of the pub party in the old chapel at Holy Trinity is coming soon. This time our featured artists will be Sue & Dwight. For the past 10 years, the singer/songwriter duo ‘Sue and Dwight’ has been a steady fixture on the Toronto Music Scene performing in clubs, house concerts and festivals. They will share their stories of the prairies, life in the big city, and travels in East Africa–perfect for the warm and intimate atmosphere of Panter’s Pub. http://www.sueanddwight.com/
PP is a semi-private party upstairs in the old chapel at Holy Trinity, 19 Trinity Square, Toronto where Local singer-songwriters, poets and radicals gather to have a good time and maybe plot the revolution.
Keith Nunn and friends will open at 8pm,
Featured artist at 9,
Dancing at 10.
Entrance by donation,
BYOB (We have wine, beer and seasonal sangria if you just want to show up).
There are many stairs, I’m sorry. I am hoping to have some ground floor events soon.
RSVP appreciated, but not necessary.
A fundraising concert for the church’s new Steinway “B” Concert Grand Piano
featuring William Aide, piano
and Robert Aitken, flute,
performing Romantic repertoire together again for the first time in decades; works by Burton, Schubert/Boehm, Linton-France, Chopin, Debussy, and Meyer-Obersleben.
General admission $25 at the door, or contact (416) 598-4521 ext. 301 or email: email@example.com
All funds raised will go towards installation and ongoing maintenance.
Join us in Church of the Holy Trinity, 19 Trinity Square beside the Toronto Eaton Centre to hear this beautiful instrument come to life!
The 11th edition of the pub party in the old chapel at Holy Trinity is fast approaching. This Saturday night our featured artist will be Kim Cole. A fixture on the Toronto busker scene, Kim is a great singer/songwriter who has released two excellent albums to date. I’ve been a fan of hers for a couple of years and am really excited to have her join us this month. She keeps a low profile online, but you can catch a flavour in this snippet from the subway a couple years ago: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=djgMw9Kxx6U
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Continue reading Panter’s Pub 11: A Reconciling Heart, feat. Kim Cole
Echo Women’s Choir 6th Annual Celebration and Fundraiser:
Equal Night a dialogue for the equinox in words and music with Anne Michaels and david sereda – silent auction, nibbles & cash bar
Sunday March 20, 7:30 – 10pm
Church of the Holy Trinity
Tickets $35. General Admission at door ( includes 3 wine samples)
Echo Acknowledges the generous support of the Toronto Arts Council.
Here on March 19th at 7:30 pm and March 20th at 3:00 pm, the Cantemus Singers under the direction of Michael Erdman will present “Sweet Kisses/Baci Soavi”, a concert of Renaissance Italian madrigals on the theme of love, by masters of expression, Marenzio, Gesualdo and Monteverdi. The program also includes motets based on texts from the Song of Solomon, illustrating how sensuous Bible verses were transformed into lush and expressive church music.
Tickets are $20, with free admission for children under 12. Tickets are available at the door or by calling 416-578-6602 to have tickets set aside for pick-up. For additional information about the concert, please contact Michael Erdman at the number above, or visit the choir’s website at www.cantemus.ca
We worship together every Sunday at 10:30 AM
The service includes:
- Readings, not always exclusively Biblical
- Music on organ, piano, and sometimes with a live band
- Prayers, spoken and sung
- A time of sharing community news and holding that news up in prayer
- Eucharist, sometimes known as communion or Lord’s Supper
During the service separate programming is offered for younger people. It explores themes of Social Justice, Faith Formation, Biblical Stories and the participants questions.
Sometimes the service is followed by a Forum. This is an opportunity for conversation and education on a specific topic. The 2016 schedule is still under development.
Upcoming Sundays look like this:
Breakfast at 8:00 AM, Bible Study 9:00 AM, Worship 10:30 AM
- February 7 – Transfiguration Sunday, followed by Pancake lunch. Faith Formation for young people with Merylie Houston
- February 14 – Lent I
- February 21 – Lent II Worship with Fallen Angles band and Faith Formation for young people with Merylie Houston
- February 28 – Lent III
- March 6 – Lent IV
- March 13 – Lent V
- March 20 – Palm Sunday
Panter’s Pub is back Saturday, January 9 from 7:30-11:30pm.
Our featured artist this month is Max Woolaver.
As always, our pub is BYOB, potluck munchies and is supported by your presence and your donations.