During the Summer, the Trinity Choir takes a summer break from practice and leading us in worship. In their absence, the Music Ministry invites a variety of guest musicians to sing and play in our worship services. The choir returns to practice on Aug. 2 and worship on Aug. 6.
The list of artist is as follows:
June 24 – The Continental Trombone Quartet (Scott Avant, Austin, TX; Ben Allen, East Northport, NY; Jer Umholtz, Valley View, PA; Ethan Scholl, Owatonna, MN)
July 1 – Kellen Robertson
July 8 – Adavion Wayne
Adavion Wayne is a singer, songwriter, conductor, educator, and lover of music! Originating from Shreveport, Louisiana, music has always been part of his life and upbringing. While working with gospel groups and church choirs in the area, Adavion began composing gospel music which lead to two recordings of his music being released independently. Currently, Adavion is the founding executive director of Houston Sound of Color, a nonprofit organization that celebrates the minority imprint in the diverse and colorful landscape of classical music.
July 15 – Mark Wallace, a former member of Trinity, is a retired fire chief and noted author in the field of strategic planning, now living in Arkansas. Before he became a fire fighter he made his living as a folk singer in Colorado. We welcome him back to Trinity to sing and play the guitar in worship.
July 22 – Brian Shiplov, a TPC member, works by day as a veterinarian but loves to sing and play the guitar. He is a favorite contributor to our worship services throughout the year.
July 29 – Clutch Barbershop Quartet. Clutch is a barbershop quartet based in Dallas, TX. They are the 2014 SWD Quartet Champions, 2015 International quarter-finalists and 2016 semi-finalists. Visit Clutch Facebook page
We look forward to an amazing summer at Trinity with a rich and diverse musical experience. And feel free to check out the Music Ministry with information about its various assembles for all ages and levels.