For the 10th anniversary commemoration of the 9/11 eventsTrinity Church will organize a series of concerts broadcasted live on on September 9th. This church is a symbol of this historical event, as it was used as a refuge during the attacks by the firefighters.

Friday, September 9 at 8:30pm
Choral concert: Remember to Love, Trinity Church
With Gil Shaham, violin; Anthony Roth Costanzo, countertenor; Angela Meade and Jolle Greenleaf, sopranos; Luca Pisaroni, bass-baritone; and Dashon Burton, baritone. 

Watch the webcast on


Maurice Duruflé: Ubi caritas
Johannes Brahms: Ein deutsches Requiem (selected movements)
Gabriel Fauré: Requiem
Randall Thompson: Last Words of David
Spiritual: “Soon I Will Be Done”
Marjorie Merryman: Windhover Fantasy
Lukas Foss: Psalm 23
Anthony Furnivall: “Amazing Grace”
Leonard Bernstein: Chichester Psalms
J.S. Bach: “Dona nobis pacem” from the Mass in B minor

Trinity Choir 
Julian Wachner conductor 
NYC Master Chorale 
Young People’s Chorus of New York City 
The Washington Chorus 
Julian Wachner conductor 
The Bach Choir of Bethlehem 
Greg Funfgeld 
The Copley Singers 
Brian Jones conductor 
Novus NY

Gil Shaham violin 
Anthony Roth Costanzo countertenor 
Angela Meade soprano 
Luca Pisaroni bass-baritone 
Jolle Greenleaf soprano 
Dashon Burton baritone 

Angela Meade and Luca Pisaroni appear courtesy of the Metropolitan Opera in New York.

Six minutes with Luca Pisaroni by medicitv

Ten years ago, the final act of many 9/11 victims was one of love. Facing the unthinkable, their parting gesture was to reach out to their families, friends and colleagues. Ten years later, let us ‘Remember to Love’ those who are gone, those who remain and those to come. Let us further remember and honor those who perished by generating a post-anniversary community committed to reconciliation and peace.

The concert is the finale of nine choral concerts happening today, featuring celebrated choirs from New York City, Washington DC, Pennsylvania, and Boston, regions linked by the tragic events of 9/11, and one of five that are being streamed live by The concert’s webcast, produced by Trinity Wall Street, will be carried live by NPR Music and then archived, with a slideshow of photos, on along with four of the preceding choral concerts, it will also be streamed live at For further information about the five concerts being webcast live by, please visit: