Tickets are from $12 to $45. All tickets for Friends of Music concerts are for reserved seats; order early for best seat selection.
Messiah by George Frideric Handel with the North Carolina Baroque Orchestra
Saturday, December 13 at 7pm (Part One only: concert will last approximately one hour) and Sunday, December 14 at 4pm in the Cathedral.
We offer two opportunities to hear Handel's masterpiece this year - choose the one that better fits your schedule.
Click here for Saturday night tickets and click here for Sunday afternoon tickets.
Welcome, King of Heaven: Music of Bach and Pergolesi with the North Carolina Baroque Orchestra
Palm Sundy Sunday, March 29 at 4pm in the Cathedral
The passionate Stabat Mater by Giovanni Battista Pergolesi and Johann Sebastian Bach's extraordinary Cantata 182, "Welcome, King of Heaven"
Tickets available soon.
More Concerts and Events
Sunday November 2 at 4pm in the Cathedral
Paul Spicer, eminent British conductor, composer, and scholar, will be in residence at Trinity Cathedral and the University of South Carolina during the last week of October. On Sunday, November 2, he will conduct the choirs at the All Saints' Sunday services in the morning, and at the Requiem for All Souls' Day at 4pm.
Community Carol Sing
Wednesday, December 17 at 12:30pm in the Cathedral
Bring your jingle bells (a key ring will do just fine) and raise your voice in a spirited half-hour of traditional carols as we look forward to the coming of Christmas. Lunch will be available in Satterlee Hall at noon and again after the Carol Sing.
Friday, May 15 at 7:30pm in the Cathedral
Join us on Friday, May 15 for a special concert in the Cathedral by Ensemble Vermillian, an exceptional trio of recorder, violin, and cello. General admission tickets will be sold at the door.