The Choir of Trinity College Cambridge in concert

Friday, September 20, 2019, at 8 p.m.

The world-renowned ensemble of undergraduates, directed by Stephen Layton, returns to Pittsburgh with a program of exquisite and glorious choral music, ranging from the Tudors to contemporary masters, including Ešenvalds, Lauridsen, and Tavener, and closing with music by Herbert Howells. Tickets may be purchased here.

Music at Calvary

On June 16, 2019 the Calvary Choir sang for the 11 a.m. service at St. Thomas Church, Fifth Avenue, in New York City. Below are two pieces of music from that day. The entire service webcast is available here.

Calvary Friends of Music

Musical programming at Calvary is underwritten in part by the generosity of the Friends of Music, making possible the residency of Chatham Baroque and other enhancements of services throughout the year. Please consider making a contribution to this annual fund, benefiting both the parish and the wider community.

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Calvary Episcopal Church

The Calvary Choir rehearsing at the National Cathedral in Washington D.C.

The Calvary Choir rehearsing at the National Cathedral in Washington D.C.

Our Instruments

We are lucky to have a number of wonderful instruments to complement our choirs. The principal instrument in the church is the Organ by Casavant Frères Limitée, Opus 2729, 1963. Other instrumental resources include a continuo organ (Taylor & Boody, 2007) Bechstein grand piano, ca. 1890, an Italian-style harpsichord (Dupree, 1984), a pair of Ludwig timpani, a set of Dutch-style handbells, and a dozen cast-bronze bells housed in the tower.

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