KeyBank Foundation has awarded Music and Art at Trinity a generous grant over the next five years. In recognition of the long relationship between KeyBank and Trinity Cathedral, KeyBank Foundation will become a primary sponsor of the BrownBag Concert Series. The series, offered on Wednesdays at noon in the Cathedral, is free and open to the public. Concerts begin in October and run through May, with a short break in January. The spring 2013 season kicks off February 6.
“We are delighted to award this grant to honor the commitment of Trinity to the Greater Cleveland community,” said Foundation chair Margot Copeland. The Cathedral has served Cleveland for almost 200 years and is one of the oldest institutions in the city.
Music and Art at Trinity Cathedral is a multi-faceted community arts organization that produces the BrownBag Concert Series, the annual Medieval Feast and a variety of other arts-oriented programs. Learn more at trinitycleveland.org/music-and-art.
“Music and Art at Trinity Cathedral is honored to receive this generous grant from KeyBank Foundation,” says Todd Wilson, Trinity’s director of music and worship. “The BrownBag Concerts, now in their 36th season, are the longest-running series of free concerts in the Cleveland area. They provide live music in many styles to a diverse audience ranging from grade-school children to senior citizens.”
Trinity Cathedral is a church for all comers, a center for arts and music, a gathering place for those devoted to Cleveland and its future, and a thriving urban community of faith. Trinity’s diverse congregation is committed to inspiring worship, thought-provoking education, dedicated service and determined advocacy. The Cathedral is led by the Very Rev. Tracey Lind, Dean.
KeyBank Foundation, through its civic programs, corporate contributions and volunteerism, supports organizations that foster economic self-sufficiency, principally in areas where KeyBank operates. It is a nonprofit charitable foundation, funded by KeyCorp. Founded in 1969 as Society Foundation, it became Key Foundation in 1996 and KeyBank Foundation in 2009. Its funding priorities are geared toward economic self-sufficiency for individuals and communities, and include the areas of financial education, workforce development and promoting inclusive environments for those of diverse backgrounds. More information can be found at https://www.key.com/about/community/key-foundation-philanthropy-banking.jsp.