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These extraordinary concerts and events have become a tradition at Trinity and we welcome everyone in the community to attend. 

The concerts and events range from children’s musicals to professional concerts by the likes of the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra. Music ranges from the traditional to jazz. 

The Trinity Concert Series strives to share God’s great gifts of music and the arts with the congregation and the community for inspiration, education, and the renewal of the spirit. 

For more information on any of the events, please contact Carol Carver at 651-439-7400, ext. 118 or via email.


Valley Chamber Chorale, Saint Croix Jazz Orchestra & Music Saint Croix A St. Croix Valley Collaboration
Sat., Oct. 3, 2015 — 7:30 p.m. 
The Valley Chamber Chorale, together with Music Saint Croix and the St. Croix Jazz Orchestra, present their season opening concert as a celebration of our life together in the St. Croix Valley. This is a much-anticipated evening of fine music where we call on each other’s gifts to create a kaleidoscope of music: chamber music, choral music, big band music. Truly, something free, for everyone.
FREE concert

Cantus The Four Loves
Sat., Oct. 10, 2015 — 7:30 p.m.
Love has been the inspiration for artistic expression since the dawn of time. The idea is so complex that the Greeks broke it down into four different kinds: romantic, familial, friendly and unconditional love. Cantus regards our greatest and most fragile gift in The Four Loves. With premieres by David Lang, Ysaye Barnwell (“Wanting Memories”), Roger Treece and Joseph Gregorio as well as music by Beethoven, Poulenc and Grieg, The Four Loves looks at this unquantifiable emotion from all sides. 
For tickets call 612-435-0055 or visit 

St. Paul Chamber Orchestra
Tchaikovsky’s Serenade for Strings
Thur., Oct. 22, 2015 — 7:30 p.m.

Sweeping strings and stirring lyricism abound on this program featuring Tchaikovsky’s graceful yet impassioned Serenade for Strings and Prokofiev’s exquisitely shaped Five Melodies, newly arranged for chamber orchestra by violinist and composer Michi Wiancko. At the center of this program is Haydn’s Symphony No. 85, one of the composer’s “Paris” symphonies, which earned the nickname La Reine (The Queen) due to its popularity with the infamous Marie Antoinette. 

For tickets call the SPCO box office at 651-291-1144 or visit

St. Croix Valley Symphony Orchestra & Trinity Choir
Sun., Nov. 1, 2015 — 3 p.m.

The 2015-2016 Season of the SCVSO will kick-off in grand style with the return of Irish Tenor Anthony Kearns, the man Ireland recognizes as its finest living tenor. A founding member of the PBS super-group, The Irish Tenors, Anthony has sung all over the world, including: Carnegie Hall, Madison Square Garden, Lincoln Center, the Hollywood Bowl, and the Sydney Opera House.

Tickets are $25.00 per person and available at ArtReach St Croix,, or by mail:  Kristin Tjornehoj, 104 13th Street, Hudson, WI  54016.

Croix Chordsmen & Sweet Adelines
Christmas Show
Sat., Dec. 5, 2015 — 2 p.m.

For tickets call 651-439-4527 or visit

Christmas with Cantus
Sat., Dec. 12. 2015 — 7:30 p.m.

The story of Christmas is a familiar one, but each of us also has stories of our own for this special time of year. Joy, unexpected love, family traditions, and lessons taught and learned…the season seems to move and inspire us more than any other time of the year. With holiday favorites, Biebl’s beloved “Ave Maria” and music from across five centuries, Cantus reflects on the many messages of the season in a program that is sure to put you in the holiday spirit. 

For tickets call 612-435-0055 or visit

Prophets & Angels – a service of Lessons and Carols
Sun., Dec. 20, 2015 
​9 a.m. & 10:30 a.m. worship

An Advent celebration of Lessons and Carols pointing us toward the birth of Jesus.

Luther College Symphony Orchestra
Sat., Jan. 30, 2016 — 7 p.m.

The Luther College Symphony Orchestra, Luther’s largest and oldest orchestral ensemble, maintains an active rehearsal and performance schedule during the academic year, from early September to late May. More than eighty student musicians, representing a variety of academic disciplines, perform with Symphony Orchestra. 

Watch for further information on the concert and on hosting a student.

St. Paul Chamber Orchestra
Mozart’s Jupiter Symphony
Thur., Feb. 11, 2016 — 7:30 p.m.

Two new SPCO musicians take center stage for this eclectic program. Wolf’s vivacious Italian Serenade, in a rarely performed arrangement by Max Reger, features Hyobi Sim as viola soloist, followed by a tour de force for the SPCO violins, Andrew Norman’s Gran Turismo, a work partially inspired by a video game. Zachary Cohen, SPCO’s Principal Bass, takes his first turn as soloist with the SPCO with a cornerstone of the double bass repertoire. To close the program, a perennial favorite of SPCO audiences—Mozart’s glorious Jupiter Symphony

For tickets call 651-291-1144 or visit

Valley Chamber Chorale Hope Restored
The Agony and the Ecstasy – from darkness into light
Sat., Feb. 20, 2015 — 7:30 p.m. 

This concert will feature music that speaks of the challenges we face – both personal and worldly – from darkness into light – ending with music of hope restored, peace and joy. Our featured work will be “Sunrise Mass” by Ola Gjeilo. In addition, you will hear Barber’s, “Adagio for Strings,” spirituals that capture the agony, and gospel music that celebrates the ecstasy of life.

For tickets call 651-430-0124 or visit

Would You Harbor Me?
Sat., April 9, 2016 — 7:30 p.m.

Veterans, senior citizens, LGBT youth and even you or me. One or two reversals can bring a halt to a life that seems manageable and suddenly the world around us seems to unravel. In Would You Harbor Me? Cantus gives voice to personal stories of crisis, homelessness, resilience, isolation, belonging and community in a program that delivers a universal message of hope and inspiration through music. 

For tickets call 612-435-0055 or visit

Valley Chamber Chorale Hope Lived
The Happy Wanderer – Folk Songs of the World
Sat., April 16, 2016 — 7:30 p.m.
Sun., April 17, 2016 — 3 p.m.

This concert will be a journey through folk music from across the world. And, in this instance, a journey of joy as Carol Carver conducts her final concerts with the VCC. You will hear much loved songs as well as music from the remote corners of this wonderful world. Joining the choir will be guitars, penny whistles, and every sort of ethnic instrument. Prepare to be transported and again amazed by the power of choral singing. 

For tickets call 651-430-0124 or visit

Stillwater High School Choir Home Concert
Tue., April 26, 2016 — 7:30 p.m.

For tickets call 651-351-8208 or available at the door.

Children’s Musical 
Sun., May 1, 2016
9 & 10:30 a.m. worship

Wayzata Symphony Orchestra
Maria Sings Maria
Guest Artist: Maria Jette, soprano

Sat., May 7, 2016 — 7:30 p.m.

The Wayzata Symphony Orchestra brings together accomplished and passionate musicians to engage the community with enlightening concert presentations. Come hear them for the first time in Stillwater. The concert features renowned soprano Maria Jette — you may have heard her on the Prairie Home Companion show, or in concerts with Music Saint Croix. 

This concert is free. No ticket required. Donations gratefully accepted. Please join them for a reception following the concert.

St. Paul Chamber Orchestra 
Thur., May 19, 2016 — 7:30 p.m.

This program opens with Hindemith’s Fourth Quartet, an oft-overlooked masterpiece of early 20th century chamber music that is full of drama and striking contrasts of mood and sonority. Artistic Partner Thomas Zehetmair joins the SPCO to perform Mozart’s Violin Concerto No. 3, a work that provides a glimpse into the genius of a nineteen-year-old Mozart. Mendelssohn’s stirring Scottish Symphony brings the program to a grand and exciting conclusion. 

For tickets call 651-291-1144 or visit

Fiddlemasters Concert 
Thur., June 16, 2016 — 7 p.m.

Join master fiddler Brian Wicklund for this toe-tapping concert featuring American, Irish and other folk tunes.  Brian will be joined by some of his young fiddling students, so this concert is especially good for families with kids.
For ticket information contact