Concerts Mark the Reformation's 500th Anniversary

Enjoy this series of 5 free concerts held in Trinity's Sanctuary.

Sunday, March 26 at 4 pm  |  Bach Clavierübung III

Organ Preludes and Sung Chorales
Organists and conductors: Robert Myers and Linda Kempke
Enjoy hymns of the Lutheran liturgy and catechism chorales!

Friday, May 12 at 7:30 pm  |  James David Christie in Concert!

Organ Department Chair, Oberlin College
Organ music from to Scheidt to Pachelbel
(Late Renaissance to Early Baroque)

Tuesday, May 23 at 7:30 pm  |  Concordia College – Bronxville Choir in Concert

Sunday, September 17 at 4 pm  |  Hymns of Martin Luther

Sunday, October 22 at 4 pm  |  Reformation Hymn Festival

About the Beckerath

Trinity’s sanctuary holds an historic Beckerath organ, a North Pipes of the Beckerath OrganAmerican musical landmark, considered by many to be one of our country’s most important twentieth-century instruments. This helps make Trinity a innovative source for classical music that draws thousands of people each year.

Beckerath Organ was built in 1956 in Hamburg, Germany by Rudolph von Beckerath, who crafted it in the tradition of the organs of northern Europe in the Baroque era. This organ is the first large mechanical-action pipe organ in North America built on historic Baroque principles.

Beckerath OrganThe organ can be heard at our Sunday (at 9 am) traditional, liturgical worship services and at our weekly Music Near the Market concert series. In addition, the church hosts and offers many additional musical events each year, the most popular of which are its annual All Saint’s Day Requiem and a variety of seasonal concerts during the Advent and Christmas seasons.

To learn more about the Beckerath organ, visit www.clevelandbeckerath.org.