The Arts at Trinity (TAAT) is an arts and culture series in the heart of the city of Wilmington, developed and hosted by Trinity Parish in 2010. The series offers concerts and presents pop-up events in literature, drama, poetry and the visual arts.
The Arts at Trinity Kicks off the 2020-2021 Season
September 20, 2020 at 4:00 pm – SOLD OUT
The Serafin Ensemble Performing
Limited seating capacity due to COVID-19 restrictions. Reservations are recommended.
SECOND CONCERT ANNOUNCED
Please join us for a command performance of the 2020-2021 season kick off of The Arts at Trinity concert by The Serafin Ensemble on Sunday, September 27th at 4:00 pm at Trinity Church.
Due to the high demand to see these talented musicians perform, the Serafin Ensemble has graciously agreed to this second concert. Reservations are now open through Thursday, September 24th at 11:30 pm, or until it is sold out. Click on the link below to make your reservations today!
All performances take place in Trinity Church.
Admission is free. Donations are gratefully accepted. The Arts at Trinity thanks Dr. William J. Stegeman and Jackson ImmunoResearch Laboratories, Inc., for their generous support.
Among the artists and events TAAT has been pleased to present are the Serafin Ensemble, which is the ensemble in residence at the University of Delaware; the Diane Monroe Ensemble (jazz); pianists Roberta Rust, Chad Bowles, Gil Scott Chapman, and Jennifer Nicole Campbell; soprano Kathryn Armour; the Wilson Somers Ensemble (jazz); folk duo Simple Gifts; the Taggart-Grycky Duo (guitar-flute); the High Roads (traditional Irish music); Los Rivales de la Sierra (traditional Mexican music); The Painting Table with artist Roger Hutchison; and a photography exhibit curated by Danny Schweers.
To follow TAAT news, please visit and join www.facebook.com/TheArtsatTrinity/
Artist inquiries should be addressed to Kathryn Jakabcin, email@example.com.