More Music and Art at Trinity

Vanishing

RezosArtRemembering What Once Was

January 9 – February 26, 2014

Opening reception: Friday, Jan. 10  6-9 p.m.

The Gallery at Trinity

Demetrious Rezos presents an exhibition in celebration of North America’s native inhabitants and wildlife through the medium of oil and acrylic on canvas. With a quiet respectful voice and imaging, this exhibition looks to spark an understanding that willtransform into a spirit of conservation and appreciation of vanishing spirits as we remember what once was.

Treblefest

Saturday, Feb. 8  9 a.m.

A day-long workshop for children’s choirs. Richard Webster, director of music at Trinity Church, Boston, will be the guest director. The day concludes with Choral Evensong at 3 p.m. Details here.

Reflections

GadiZamirmoonlightdancerFeb. 28-April 18
Opening reception: Feb. 28  6-9 p.m.

The Gallery at Trinity

Gadi Zamir’s oversized works of art draw one into a deeper way of seeing the world. Zamir brings his recycled wood canvasses to life by engraving with heat and then painting surreal imagery with earthy tones. His work of turning the discarded into the beautiful spills over into the details of the exhibit hall with handcrafted tables and counters, a custom-built stage, and distinctive architectural details.

Premiere Concert of the ensemble Contrapunctus!

Sunday, March 2     3 p.m.

“The Life and Times of Mary, Queen of Scots”
David Acres, director
This debut concert will trace Mary’s eventful yet tragic rise and fall through music of the period.
Tickets: http://contrapunctus-earlymusic.org/, 216.217.7721

Holy Ground Exhibit

Photo credit: Tracey Lind

Photography by Tracey Lind
Installed by James Wyman
On view at Trinity Commons
Free and open to the public

In 2004, the Very Rev. Tracey Lind, Dean of Trinity Cathedral, traveled to the Holy Land with a group of Episcopal and Anglican Cathedral Deans from the United States and Canada. The exhibit is Dean Lind’s way of expressing what she saw and experienced on this remarkable journey.