In establishing a concert series, Holy Trinity seeks to partner with premier performance organizations in the Washington, DC area to provide a venue for high quality musical performance in this beautiful and historic space. By doing so, Holy Trinity opens its doors to the broader community and invites those who are seeking spiritual consolation during a time in which so many suffer from a poverty of the spirit. With its superb acoustics and its location in the heart of historic Georgetown, Holy Trinity is ideally suited to play a central role in the cultural life of Washington.

Upcoming Concerts

Wolf Trap Opera Un-Trapped
Friday, June 7, 2024 (Free admission! Concert time 7:00pm, doors open at 6:30pm)

Past Concerts


The Thirteen Choir "Beautiful As The Sky"
Saturday, May 18, 2024 (Concert time 7:30pm, doors open at 7:00pm)


“Lift Every Voice and Sing” The Duke Ellington School of the Arts Vocal Department with Dr. Patrick Lundy
Friday, February 9, 2024 (Concert time 7:00pm, doors open at 6:30pm)


The Thirteen Choir: "I Wonder As I Wander"
Saturday, December 16, 2023 (Concert time 7:30pm, doors open at 7:00pm)


Amabile Piano Duo 
Saturday, October 28, 2023 (Concert time 7:00pm, doors open at 6:30pm)


Wolf Trap Opera: "Holy Trinity Presents Wolf Trap Untrapped: A Little Lunch Music" 
Wednesday, July 12, 2023 (Concert time 12:30pm, doors open at 12:00pm)



Address: The entrance to the church is located at 1315 36th Street NW, Washington DC

Parking: Free parking will be reserved for concert attendees at neighboring Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School (1524 35th St NW, Washington, DC 20007), a one block walk from the church. Non-metered street parking is also available.

Why a concert series?
“Concerts given in churches in our time are desirable manifestations of the sacredness of art, the evangelical mission of the Church, and an exemplary form of outreach to the community. Properly prepared and performed, such concerts give witness to the Gospel by addressing poverty of spirit through the unique power of music to inspire, elevate, teach, and heal. Where modern society, with its technological emphasis, so frequently fails to uphold aesthetic values, the Church, following its practice since at least medieval times, has the opportunity to reintroduce these values through the ministry of art. Just as the great medieval Cathedrals were both spiritual and cultural centers, the Church in our time opens its doors to invite and embrace the community it seeks to serve... All art – indeed, all of creation – is a gift of God. As such, it should be experienced and appreciated by persons of faith as a pale, yet real, reflection of the beauty of God, and is thus a further means of the knowledge of God.”
Conference on Roman Catholic Cathedral Musicians

More Information: For questions or upcoming concert requests, please email Matthew Ogden at