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“Music is one of the great
channels of faith: as a composer for
the church it’s incredibly
important that you take that
seriously. Music, especially when it’s
combined with great
architecture, really can be a stairway
to faith.”
Judith Bingham       

The music planned for the Sunday morning services at Holy Trinity covers a wide range of styles and periods of composition as befits the ‘Cathedral of the Arts’. The resident ‘Choir of Holy Trinity’, directed by Mr Andrew O’Brien, and ‘ConQordia’, directed by Mr Mike Abrams, provide the musical settings for our Sung Eucharists, with a superb mix of English Choral and European music from the Renaissance and Baroque periods, spanning some 500 years of liturgical composition. The two choirs are supported by organist Michael Brough.

The organ in Holy Trinity is one of the finest and largest in any parish church in England. Originally built in 1891 by JW Walker & Sons, it was one of the most modern organ designs of its time. John Dando Sedding, the church architect, was himself an accomplished organist and he provided in his design for the church a magnificent and capacious organ chamber over 40 feet high.

“Liquid Architecture” at the Chelsea Schubert
Festival hosted by Holy Trinity Church.
If you are interested in music at Holy Trinity please e-mail us at: music@holytrinitysloanesquare.co.uk