Lady Mary invites you to a Masquerade Ball at Downton Abbey
A Benefit for Music and Art at Trinity
Costumes encouraged but not a must.
Amethyst String Quartet
with Todd Wilson, Piano
Featuring the return of our Celebrity Chef Kevin Schlappal from Luna Café
A.D. Peters, guest artist for the MidWinter Feast, has been working in a mode where medium and content are strangely interlinked – antithetical and correlated at the same time. Peters’ concerns for the natural world and his fascination with post-industrial materials play off one-another in a picturesque, poetic, and intellectually intriguing conversation. He uses the stuff of the industrial past – steel and copper – and attenuates it in concert with the forces of nature – rust and corrosion, typically a marker of waste and decay, but in Peters’ hands, a noble patina, a ground upon which the drama of his magic unfolds.
The annual Medieval feast constitute the major in-house fundraising event for Music and Art at Trinity. Funds raised from the feast allow Music and Art to produce its free Brownbag Concert series. Held Wednesdays at noon (from October-May), the series - now in its 36th season - is the longest-running free concert series in the greater Cleveland area. Last year, more than 6,000 people attended these concerts.
The Brownbags provide a wide array of high-quality live music (and excellent food for only $5 per lunch) for a largely underserved population. Many attendees are from retirement and assisted-living communities, who may not otherwise have access to live performances of this nature. The concerts are also accessible to students and those living, and working, in downtown. And the series provides work/performing opportunities for a wide variety of local musicians, including students and the wonderful talent pool of area freelance musicians.
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Music & Art At Trinity Cathedral
2230 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44115