CONCERT BY CANDLELIGHT
A Benefit Concert for Music & Art At Trinity

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 

Contact: Sam Hubish, Communications Manager, 216-774-0479 or shubish@trinitycathedral.org

Todd Wilson, Artistic Director, Music & Art at Trinity is available for interviews.

 

CONCERT BY CANDLELIGHT
A Benefit Concert for Music & Art At Trinity

March 20, 7:30 p.m.
Tickets: $25

 

CLEVELAND—Music & Art at Trinity will present a special Concert by Candlelight on Tuesday, March 20 at 7:30 p.m. in the architectural and acoustically splendid Trinity Cathedral. Acclaimed violinist Jinjoo Cho and organist Todd Wilson will perform a festive all-Bach benefit concert in celebration of J.S. Bach’s 333rd birthday. The program will feature such Bach masterpieces as the Prelude and Fugue in B Minor, Partita No. 2 in D Minor including the famous “Chaconne.”

 

Following the concert, Ms. Cho and Mr. Wilson will greet guests at a gala birthday cake reception. A special exhibit, The Nature of 3, will be on view. Tickets are $25 and may be purchased online (http://www.musicandartattrinity.org/seasonal-evening-concerts.html) or by phone at 216-774-0420.

 

Proceeds will benefit Music & Art at Trinity, a nonprofit arts organization that produces more than 40 free-to-all events annually, including its noon BrownBag concert series now in its 40th season.

Critically acclaimed violinist Jinjoo Cho has established herself as one of the most vibrant, engaging and charismatic violinists of her generation. Gold medalist of the 2014 Ninth Quadrennial International Violin Competition, she made her first appearance on the international music scene when she garnered first grant prize at the 2006 Montreal International Musical Competition at age 17. Cho has concertized in North and South America, Asia and Europe, appearing as a soloist with many orchestras, including The Cleveland Orchestra. Born in Seoul, Korea, Cho moved to Cleveland at age 14 to study at the Cleveland Institute of Music as a Young Artist Program student. She holds a Bachelor of Music degree both at the Curtis School of Music and the Cleveland Institute of Music.

 

One of America’s leading concert organists, Todd Wilson became the director of music and worship at Trinity Cathedral in 2011. In that capacity, he oversees Trinity’s liturgical music program and is the artistic director for Music and Arts at Trinity Cathedral. From 2009 – 2011, Wilson served as Trinity’s organist and artist-in-residence. A native Ohioan, Wilson was director of music and organist at The Church of the Covenant in Cleveland for 19 years, and continues as head of the organ department at the Cleveland Institute of Music. He is also organ curator of the recently restored Norton Memorial Organ (E. M. Skinner, 1931) in Severance Hall and is the house organist at Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens in Akron, where he plays a restored 1915 Aeolian organ. Wilson has been heard in concert in many major cities throughout the United States.

 

Musical & Art at Trinity, a supporting nonprofit organization of Trinity Cathedral, produces and presents over 40 events in the areas of music, dance, literature and the visual arts each year. It is best-known for its BrownBag series, which was established in 1978 in the centuries-old Anglican tradition of providing quality music and visual arts free-of-charge for urban dwellers. Music and Art at Trinity Cathedral programs are a vital part of the downtown Cleveland arts scene, attracting more than 5,000 inter-generational guests from over 42 Northeast Ohio zip-codes annually. For more information on Music & Art at Trinity and its programs, please 216-774-0420 or visit http://www.musicandartattrinity.org/

 

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 all parts of Northeast Ohio. 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, please call 216-774-0479 or visit https://trinitycleveland.org/

 

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