Take a chance to share your music live on the Trinity House Theatre stage. Open Stage takes place the first and third Tuesday nights of the month (and 5th Tuesday if there is one). The doors open at 5:45 p.m. and the music starts at 6:00 p.m. Local songwriter, Terry Birkett, will serve as the […]Find out more »
Amy Petty's sound and songwriting are compelling, complex and original soundscapes weaving a lush tapestry of folk, pop, rock and blues. Art, mystery, and spirituality influence and infuse her poignant, evocative and sensual songs. These sonic canvases showcase the heartfelt emotion behind her lyrics and provide a foundation over which her voice and choral harmonies […]Find out more »
Empty Chair Night featuring Joel Palmer and David Stratford Not just another open mic show, the Empty Chair Night offers members of the audience a chance to join the hosts and featured act on stage to share a song “in-the-round” style. The brain-child of Joel Palmer and co-hosted by Annie & Rod Capps, each month […]Find out more »
Trinity House in the Round w/ Rochelle Clark, Alison Albrecht and Lilly MacPhee – Youtube Premier – February 11, 2022
Trinity House in the Round returns for 2022 with an in theatre taping featuring Rochelle Clark, Alison Albrech and Lilly MacPhee. The concert was recorded in January but will make it's Youtube Premier on February 11, 2022. A native of Michigan, Rochelle Clark’s music has been described as raw, honest, and beautifully vulnerable. She writes […]Find out more »
Adam Plomaritas presents a mix of tight, satisfying rock 'n roll, tastefully seasoned with soul and blues. You might say that Mariah Carey, Michael McDonald, and Stevie Wonder all got eaten by a Telecaster-toting grizzly. His latest release, "The Hard Way", was named #3 album of the year by Ann Arbor Radio's John Bommarito. Kylee Phillips […]Find out more »
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Trinity House was founded in 1981 by Paul Patton and members of Trinity Baptist Church in Livonia as a venue for live theatre. Later it was incorporated separately as a non-profit arts organization in 1988. The theatre’s focus switched to live music in 1999, and since then Trinity House has provided concert goers with one of the state’s best listening rooms. Please consider donating or becoming a member today – your contribution helps keep the magic alive!