Looking for something new to celebrate Spring? Learn about the Red Door Community Concerts, offered at Holy Trinity, Oxford. This series will include three noontime concerts of varied secular music, at no cost to attendees. During the current pandemic, the concerts will be provided virtually on YouTube. When safe for live performance, they will be open to the public at Holy Trinity, the church with the red doors at 25 East Walnut Street, Oxford. (Concerts will still also be offered virtually for those unable to attend in person.)
During 2021 concerts are scheduled for April 16, September 17 and November 5. In April the church organist, Phillip Roberts, will accompany Holy Trinity Choral Scholars-Lauren Maynus, Eric Riedel, Nathaniel Wilkens-and Choir Director, Rex Man, as they perform selections from their individual repertoires. In September, nationally known musicologist Tammy Kernodle and her trio will deliver a jazz performance with commentary. In November, Juilliard-trained musicians, Thomas Garcia, guitar, and Andrea Ridilla, oboe, will perform a selection of Latin American Music.
The concerts will be available on YouTube through a link on Holy Trinity’s website www.holytrinityoxford.org . They will reveal a rich diversity of both music and performers. College students, Talawanda students, seniors and members of the greater Oxford community will experience music as a way to connect, learn, and expand horizons, regardless of their differences. Grant monies, organizational and individual sponsors are making the concerts possible. For more information, please contact Sarah Michael at email@example.com.
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