For many centuries, the
church was the center of art and culture. It is
the mission of the Concert Series to reinstate this
tradition and bring to the community fine music and
performance, pursuing the motto "Excellence in all
things and all things to God's glory."
Most concerts are free and
designed to edify and enrich all listeners, bringing a
greater awareness of God's love through His gift of
music. Concerts are
not funded by the general budget of the church, but by
the generosity of Patrons of the Arts, whose names
appear in every program. Free-will offerings also
help defray expenses.
Most concerts are held in
the main sanctuary. And, Trinity Lutheran is
handicapped accessible with wheelchair facilities.
Check this page for
updates to our Concert Series Program!
We look forward to your
joining us for this exciting season of music!
Sunday, November 8, 2015 @
Paul Bisaccia, piano
The fabulous Paul Bisaccia returns to Trinity in a brand
new concert, An American in Paris, featuring all
Saturday, December 5, 2015 @
Holiday! with the Harrisburg Singers
Susan Solomon Beckley, director;
H. Timothy Koch, accompanist
Sunday, December 13, 2015 @
Christmas at Trinity
Combined Choirs, bell choirs, Faith X and orchestra.
H. Timothy Koch, conductor.
Sunday, January 31, 2016 @
The United States Army Chorus
Monday, February 22, 2016 @
The Concordia Choir - Concordia College
Moorhead, MN, René Clausen, conductor
Saturday, April 9, 2016 @ 7:30
The American Composers Choral Festival
200+ voice choir from Trinity, area churches and the
Harrisburg Singers; Craig Courtney, guest conductor.
May 21, 2016 @ 7:30 p.m.
Carl Orff’s monumental work for chorus,
orchestra and soloists presented by the
Harrisburg Choral Society and the
Pennsbury Community Chorus of Fairless Hills, Pa.
October 4, 2015
Love Makes the World Go Round
Music from the Cathedrals
Trinity's Concert Choir, strings, percussion and the
Saint Paul's Brass
Live theater for the whole family
Ugandan Children's Choir
Singers, dancers and instrumentalists in colorful
Christmas at Trinity
Combined choirs and orchestra
For Us the Living - a Requiem
Candlelight Vespers for All Saints
Trinity's Concert Choir with orchestra
October 5, 2014
Festival of Keyboards –
Four pianos, eight hands!
March 29, 2014
American Composers Choral Festival
200+ voice choir from Trinity, various area churches,
and the Harrisburg Singers
Robert Lau, guest conductor
February 16, 2014
Griggs: Classical Guitar
500 years of music for
November 3, 2013
All Saints Vespers
Selections from Verdi's Requiem and other music
for the Festival of All Saints
Trinity's Chancel and Matins Choirs with orchestra
October 13, 2013
John and Marianne Weaver
Music for organ and flute
May 19, 2013
Ashu - classical saxophonist
March 17, 2013
Trinity's Chancel Choir with orchestra
February 17, 2013
Silent Film – Phantom of the Opera - with organ
Tom Trenney, organist
November 11, 2012
Veteran's Day Spectacular
Choirs, instrumentalists, Sweet Adelines, Keystone
Capital Chorus and St. Paul’s Brass
September 16, 2012
Choral ensemble from Miami Florida
June 3, 2012
Brad Sherrill presents a live performance
of Jesus’ words from Matthew, Mark and Luke, accompanied by
a powerful, multimedia presentation.
March 31, 2012
Sixty voice women's ensemble from Penn State University
March 10, 2012
American Composers Choral Festival
Mack Wilberg from the Mormon Tabernacle in Salt Lake
City directed a massed choir of 175 from area churches.
October 9, 2011
The Boston Brass
with Trinity's Chancel Choir
The Boston Brass celebrate their 25th anniversary.
November 20, 2011
'The Pavarotti of the Organ'
May 22, 2011
The Organ and Friends
Music for organ and instruments.
Friends include: violinist John Eaken, trumpeter William
Stowman, harpist Elizabeth Azmus and soprano Amy Yovanovich.
April 3, 2011
The Seven Last Words of Christ
Trinity's Chancel Choir with orchestra.
February 20, 2011
One of America's finest
November 7, 2010
Trinity Benefit Concert
Members of Trinity's musical family performing.
The offering was given to Bethesda Mission and Bread for
September 26, 2010
Pan Alley ALIVE!
A celebration of classic American songs from the 20s and
May 2, 2010
The Messiah College President’s Concert
April 25, 2010
Trinity's Contemporary Worship Band and Trinity's Cherub and
March 20, 2010
The American Composers Choral Festival - The
Harrisburg Singers and choirs from area
churches - K. Lee Scott,
composer and conductor.
February 28, 2010
Candlelight Choral Vespers - Chancel Choir and
Orchestra presenting “Requiem” by John Rutter.
November 8, 2009
The J. Stewart Hardy Tribute Concert - celebrating
his 22 years of service to Trinity.
Oct. 16, 2009
Olivier Latry, organist -
Dame Cathedral, Paris
May 17, 2009
Chancel Choir and the Capital Area Music Association
The Sacred Music of Duke Ellington
April 19, 2009
Selections from Handel's
Messiah College Choral Arts Society and Orchestra
March 22, 2009
Music Festival with composer Michael Burkhardt
February 28, 2009
The Thiel College College Choir
November 8, 2008
October 19, 2008
Yale Classical Guitar Duo
September 21, 2008
United States Army Chorus
May 18, 2008
Bish - The most visible organist in the world returns to
Trinity. "The First Lady of the Organ" will appear in
recital and with our Chancel Choir singing Diane Bish's
"Morning Has Broken - A Symphony of Hymns".
March 2, 2008
Music for Organ and Orchestra
Presented as a
memorial to the late Dr. Pierce Getz- played by area with organists Debbie Dillane,
Shawn Gingrich, David Binkley and Timothy Koch, all former
students of Dr. Getz.
The Harrisburg Harp
Orchestra presents "A Harp-Felt Christmas"
The Gospel of John - A dramatic, one person performance
of the fourth gospel by nationally acclaimed actor
Bisaccia joined by soprano
Brahms' A German Requiem
Choir with duo-pianists
Nielson & Young
Romulo Benavides, Violinist
December 3, 2006
Orchestra and Soloists
October 30, 2006
The Kyiv Symphony Orchestra and Chorus
September 24, 2006
Co-sponsored with Camp Hill Presbyterian Church