Holy Trinity begins new virtual community concert series


Photo from Holy Trinty Episcopal Church

A series of three virtual concerts will begin April 16, hosted by Holy Trinity Episcopal Church.

Holy Trinity Episcopal Church hosts a series of three free, virtual “Red Door Community Concerts” that begin April 16. The concerts feature different performers and musical genres. The rest of the series concerts are Sept. 17 and Nov. 5.

The concerts will stream on YouTube, until live performances are permitted, according to a church announcement. 

In the April concert, church organist, Trin Phillip Roberts will accompany Holy Trinity Choral Scholars – Lauren Maynus, Eric Riedel, Nathaniel Wilkens – and Choir Director, Rex Man, as they perform selections from their individual collections. 

In September, nationally known musicologist, Tammy Kernodle and her trio, will deliver a commentary jazz performance. 

In November, Juilliard-trained musicians, Thomas Garcia, guitar, and Andrea Ridilla, oboe, will perform a selection of Latin American music.

College students, Talawanda students, seniors and members of the greater Oxford community can enjoy music, connect, learn, and expand horizons, regardless of their differences. All of the concerts will be available on YouTube through a link on Holy Trinity’s website.  The church is located at at 25 E. Walnut St.