Press Release: Trinity Cathedral Presents Its Annual Good Friday Concert With a Full Evening of Music With Works by Mozart, Allegri, and Liszt

Press Release: Trinity Cathedral Presents Its Annual Good Friday Concert With a Full Evening of Music With Works by Mozart, Allegri, and Liszt

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Sam Hubish 216-774-0479, shubish@trinitycleveland.org
Todd Wilson, Trinity’s Director of Music and Worship, is available for interviews.

Trinity Cathedral Presents Its Annual Good Friday Concert With a Full Evening of Music With Works by Mozart, Allegri, and Liszt

April 14, 7:30 p.m.   Freewill offering

CLEVELAND—Todd Wilson Conducts The Trinity Cathedral Choir, Chamber Singers and Chamber Orchestra, with organist Nicole Keller in a full evening of music by Mozart, Allegri, and Liszt as Trinity Cathedral presents its annual Good Friday Concert on April 14 at 7:30 p.m. The concert is free and open to the public. The evening includes Mozart’s immortal Requiem. Allegri’s famed Miserere and Liszt’s Evocation of the Sistine Chapel. 

Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Limited free parking is available in the surface lot on Prospect Ave. east of East 22nd St.

About Trinity Cathedral:

Trinity Cathedral, the Cathedral for the Episcopal Diocese of Ohio, invites participation from people of all faiths, races, nationalities and walks of life. Trinity’s congregation is the oldest in Cleveland, founded as a parish in 1816, and draws members from nine Northeast Ohio counties. Trinity offers stirring worship, thought-provoking programs, and world-class music. Its outreach ministries serve those in need and its social action activities support Trinity’s commitment to a just and sustainable Northeast Ohio. Renowned for its architecture, the Cathedral is on the National Register of Historic Places and is located at 2230 Euclid Avenue in downtown Cleveland. For more information on Trinity Cathedral and its programs, call 216-774-0479 or visit

www.trinitycleveland.org.

About Todd Wilson:

Todd Wilson is regarded across America and around the world as one of today’s finest concert organists, choral directors, and conductors. Wilson received the Bachelor and Master of Music degrees from the College Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati with additional studies at The Eastman School of Music. Currently, he is head of the Organ Department at The Cleveland Institute of Music, curator of the Norton Memorial Organ in Severance Hall, and is house organist at Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens in Akron. He directs the Trinity Cathedral Choir, Trinity Chamber Singers, and the Trinity Chamber Orchestra. Through the many prestigious national and international professional and educational positions and associations Mr. Wilson has held, the BrownBag Concerts have had the pleasure of hosting some of the finest musical talents in the world. For more information on Todd Wilson, call 216-774-0479 or visit https://trinitycleveland.org/about-trinity/leadership/todd-wilson/

About Nicole Keller:

Nicole Keller is an active solo and chamber music recitalist and clinician in the United States and abroad.  She enjoys exploring all aspects of organ repertoire, especially pairing new music for the instrument with the staples of the repertoire.   Recent solo performances include concerts in New York, St. Louis, Kansas, Germany, France, and Kazakhstan. Ms. Keller performs regularly as a solo and collaborative artist on the organ, piano, and harpsichord, exploring organ duo repertoire with Timothy Olsen, Kenan Professor of Organ at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts in Winston-Salem, NC.  She is on the faculty at the Baldwin Wallace University Conservatory of Music in Berea, Ohio and serves as the Director of Music at The Community of Saint John in Hudson, Ohio. For more information on Nicole Keller, call 216-310-1694 or visit http://nicole-keller.squarespace.com/aboutnicole/

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