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

Trinity Iconography Institute Fall 2019 Beginners’ Course

An introductory class in iconography. Delve into this ancient spiritual practice with a master iconographer and explore this beautiful and meditative path to peace.

Open to all levels. Class limited to 10 students.
Tuition: $75 / Student pigment kit: $50

NOTICE: The class schedule has been updated. The new start date will be October 21 and the final date will be March 26. Click here to download the full class schedule.

Registration closes September 16.
Click here to register online.
Click here to download a registration form.

Visit the Trinity Iconography Institute website.

Trinity Vespers: Duruflé Requiem

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”.

“Why Me Lord? Songs and Poems for Ordinary Time” Poetry and Theology Discussion Group

St Stephen’s – Portland Fall 2019 Poetry and Theology Discussion Group. Light supper provided at 6:30 pm, discussion begins at about 7:00 pm, evening ends with Compline about 8:30 pm. Six Tuesday evenings beginning September 3rd and ending October 8th, Each nights song/poems and discussion independent of the others, come when you can.

Songs by Willie Nelson and Poems from:Robert Frost, Gary Snyder, Vassar Miller, Mary Oliver, David Bottoms, Ed Smith, Dana Gioia, Robin Coste Lewis, Charles Bukowski, Edna St. Vincent Millay, W. H. Auden, Ed Smith, Bruce Weigl, Mary Jo Salter, J. T. S. Eliot, Alfred Prufrock, Vess Quinlan, Philip Schultz, Ed Smith, Seamus Heaney, William Ernest Henley, Jimmy Carter, Christian Wiman, Kimberly Johnson, Marianne Moore, W. B. Yeats, Dorianne Laux, Joy Lindin, Bruce Snider, Saeed Jones, Lee Mokobe, Jameson Fitzpatrick, Spencer Reece, Jacqueline Osherow, Mohja Kahf, Rudyard Kipling, Mark Doty, Linda Pastan, and G. M. Hopkins.

Clearings in the Sky: Music by Women of the 19th & 20th Centuries

October 5, 2019 4 P.M. at St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church 1704 NE 43rd Avenue Portland, Oregon 97213

Emma Mildred Riggle, soprano & piano
Hannah Brewer, piano

A collaboration between the music programs of Ascension Parish and St. Michael and All Angels Church, this recital will feature music by women of the Romantic period, including piano solos, piano duets and art songs by Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel, Clara Schumann, Amy Beach, and Lili Boulanger. The Oct. 5 performance will be a formal recital in the lovely sanctuary of St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church.

$15 suggested donation.

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