Weekly Evensong

Weekly Evensong

Beginning September 8, Trinity Episcopal Cathedral will offer Evensong every Sunday at 5 pm. Join us for this weekly liturgical feast of scripture and music led by the Cathedral clergy and by Trinity’s musicians—as well as an array of visiting choirs and organists.

Learn more at trinity-episcopal.org/evensong

Trinity Vespers

Liturgical music on the First Sunday of every month, sung by the cathedral choirs.

Free & open to the public, regardless of religious affiliation (or lack thereof).

Sunday, 5:00 pm

Sundays at 3 Free Concert Service of Lessons and Carols

The service of Lessons and Carols, a century old tradition of the Anglican Church, tells the Christmas story with readings from Genesis, the Prophets, and the Gospels. Celebrate the Season with the beautiful choral music of the Good Samaritan Church Choir, under the direction of Dr. Nancy Dunn. Join in singing the carols. Feel the joy and beauty of the season.
(Admission Free, donations gratefully accepted.)

Sundays at 3 Free Concert: Anton Belov, Baritone

Equally at home in opera, oratorio, and concert repertoire Dr. Belov performs throughout the United States earning critical acclaim wherever he goes. A native of Russia, he is a specialist in Russian diction and has published articles and books on the subject. Dr. Belov now resides in McMinnville and serves on the music faculty at Linfield College.

Free admission, donations gratefully accepted.

Trinity Vespers: Duruflé Requiem

TRINITY VESPERS: REQUIEM EUCHARIST FOR ALL SOULS
Featuring Maurice Duruflés Requiem with the Choir of Girls, Boys and
Adults & orchestra | Daniel Myers, baritone
Dr. Allen Hightower (University of North Texas), guest director

Liturgical music on the First Sunday of every month, sung by the cathedral choirs.

Free & open to the public, regardless of religious affiliation (or lack thereof).

Sunday, 5:00 pm

Silent Film: Nosferatu

World-renowned theater organist Dorothy Papadakos improvises a live film score to the eerie silent classic film Nosferatu (1922) on the mighty Trinity organ.

Come in costume… it’s bound to be a spooktacular evening!

All proceeds benefit Trinity Outreach. / TICKETS: Available now at trinityepiscopal.org/music-series or call 503.478.1201

Oktoberfest @Trinity Cathedral

German-themed fundraiser complete with beer, sausages, and singing.

All proceeds benefit the Cathedral Choir’s 2020 trip to England. Prost! Prost!

Celebration of the Expanded Organ

St. John’s fall Coulter Concert celebrates the recent expansion of its fabled Flentrop organ. Join with the St. John’s family and fall under the sway of Bruce Neswick’s performance. Concert organist and Canon For Cathedral Music at Trinity, Portland, Mr. Neswick “is a musician whose playing vibrates with energy, is full of radiant color, and always expertly crafted”.