From the early days of the Old Testament, the people of God have witnessed of their faith utilizing the gift of music. Music is a unique tool by which the formation of faith can find deeper meaning, in which community can be formed.
Music and the arts are an integral part of life at Trinity English, as evidenced by the wonderful instruments we have on-hand, the rehearsal, performance and gathering spaces available to us, as well as our commissioned and recorded music. We offer several opportunities for singers, musicians and artists: Choral Ensembles, Instrumental Ensembles, Concerts & Special Events, E3: Youth Arts Program, and Shining Lights: Children's Arts Program If you are interested in becoming involved in any of these groups, please contact a member of our music ministry staff.
The Wartburg Choir
Join us Sunday, April 22 at 7:00 p.m. to hear the voices of The Wartburg Choir, featuring the Concordia High School A Capella Choir. The concert is open to the public; a free-will donation will be received to support scholarships and future tours.
MAY MUSIC FESTIVAL
Sunday, May 6 - 9 AM & 11 AM
Involving Eight Ensembles and Orchestra. We will be using this special opportunity to recognize Trinity's beloved Associate Director of Music, Mitchell Rorick, who will be moving with his spouse, Laura, to Florida later this summer. A casual open house to greet Mitch will take place in the gathering area following both the 9 and 11 a.m. services.
FRIDAYS IN MAY
12:10 - 12:40 PM - Due to construction in the west end of the building, all programs will take place in Wagenhals Hall; please use Washington Blvd. doors
May 4 - From Barbershop to Fold and Pop Tunes. Singing Dons of IPFW. Mitchell Rorick, Faculty Advisor May 11 - Rachmaninoff Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini. Transcribed and performed by Kenneth X. Jiang, Piano. May 18 - Music for Flute and Harp. Viviane Belanger, Flute. Annew Lewellen, Harp. May 25 - Mozart to Musical Theatre. Veronica Manges, Soprano. Tori obermeier, Piano.
Trinity English offers several choral and vocal opportunities for children and adults. Click here for more information.
Instrumental ensemble opportunities include handbell, recorder, and steel drum groups. Click here for more information.
E3 Youth Arts Program is a unique offering of music, drama, and creative elements to deepen and share faith for school-aged children PreK through 12th grade. Click here for more information.
Shining Lights is a week long fine arts program of music, dance, and drama. This summer, the program will be held June 11- 15, and is open to students ages eight to fourteen-years-old. Contact Mitchell Rorick for more information.
Our instruments include organ, harpsichord, steel drums, handbells, piano, Orff instruments, timpani kettles, and a wide array of percussion instruments. Click here for a full list of the instruments of Trinity English.
Recordings & Choral Series
In an effort to share its resources with the broader church, the music ministry of Trinity English has produced recordings and it established a choral series with MorningStar Music Publishers.
450 W. Washington Blvd. Fort Wayne, IN 46802-2916 Tel: 260.426.3424 Fax: 260.426.3427 Email: Info@TrinityEnglish.org