The Arts at Trinity

The Arts at Trinity proudly presents
the Serafin Ensemble

Sunday, November 14 – 4:00 pm
Trinity Episcopal Parish
1108 North Adams Street, Wilmington DE
Admission is FREE – Donations Welcome

Hal Grossman & Kate Ransom, violins; Amadi Azikiwe, viola;
Jacques-Pierre Malan, cello; Gabriel Benton, harpsichord; Augustine Mercante, countertenor

Peter Schickele Little Suite for Autumn for Violin and Viola

Dvorak Terzetto for Two Violins and Viola in C Major, Op. 74

Beethoven String Quartet in Eb Major, Op.74 (Harp)

Handel Selected works
from Giulio Cesare in Egitto, HWV 17
from Admeto, Re di Tessaglia, HWV 22
from Giulio Cesare in Egitto, HWV 17

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. In addition to musical programming, the series presents pop-up events in literature, drama, poetry and the visual arts.

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.

Artist inquiries and requests for more information should be addressed to David Simmons, Trinity Parish’s Director of Music at

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