THE VENUE

The cornerstone of Trinity Episcopal Church was laid in 1889. The building is constructed in English cathedral style and offers one of the finest acoustical environments for classical and light-classical music in Northern New York. Finely appointed details including hand-carved marble and wood, mosaic floors, hand-painted murals, and Whitefriars stained glass windows create a wonderful backdrop to further enhance the concertgoer’s enjoyment. Trinity greatly values its musical heritage, and accordingly maintains a fine collection of instruments including several grand pianos (by Knabe, Kimball, and Steinway), a 4-manual, 60-rank Skinner/Hill, Norman & Beard pipe organ, a set of 9 tower bells cast by Meneely Bell Company in Troy, NY installed in 1899, a 3-octave set of Malmark handbells, and a 5-octave set of Malmark Choirchimes©.

ACCESSIBILITY

Trinity Church is fully accessible (with exception of the balcony) for all our visitors. Handicapped access to the church may be gained through the Sherman Street OR city parking lot entrances to Macsherry Parish Center. Fully acces­sible bathrooms are located in the main foyer of the parish center. Trinity Church offers dedicated seating areas for those in wheelchairs. A wheelchair is available as needed. Hearing assistance is also available. Please see the house manager if you will need use of our wheelchair, or one of our hearing devices.

BOX OFFICE HOURS

MONDAY – THURSDAY

9 AM ~ 3 PM

FRIDAY – SATURDAY

CLOSED

SUNDAY

11:30 AM – 2:30 PM (concert days only)