Register for the Concert HERE. Jan Krist is a singer-songwriter with a rich catalog of recorded music, and a fine, resonant voice. Born in Detroit, Krist was raised on rock, and schooled in the folk and acoustic music of the ’60s and ’70s. Today, Krist’s work reflects the power and poetry of having matured as […]Find out more »
Trinity House In The Round Virtual Concert w/ Amy Petty, Andy Reed, Michael Robertson and Donny Brown – March 6, 2021
Concert Link for Youtube Premiere Last fall we recorded a special in the round concert featuring Amy Petty, Andy Reed, Michael Robertson and Donny Brown. Amy is a Trinity House favorite and she brought together some of her bandmates and production team behind her critically acclaimed CD "The Darkness of Birds." The concert was filmed […]Find out more »
Following the premiere of their concert performance, Amy Petty, Andy Reed, Michael Robertson and Donny Brown will join fans for a virtual gathering to talk about the music. Amy will also share a brand new song. All the proceeds for the virtual Zoom afterglow will go to the artists. Tickets are limited to the first […]Find out more »
Empty Chair Night Virtual Concert w/ Annie and Rod Capps, Joel Palmer and Kathy Wieland – March 7, 2021 at 7:00 p.m.
Empty Chair Night featuring Annie and Rod Capps, Joel Palmer, and Kathy Wieland. 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 & […]Find out more »
Lost Voices, a group of professional blues and folk musicians, have been helping kids that are facing major emotional trauma find healing and hope through music since 2007. They are hosting a special virtual concert fundraiser in memory of their friend and supporter Tom Saunders. Tom was a longtime friend of musicians throughout southeast Michigan. […]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!