The Camerata di Sant’ Antonio Returns on March 29, 2015

March 29th concert to be preceded by guided tours

The Camerata di Sant' Antonio in concert at Blessed Trinity. Photo credit: Margaret Dick

The Camerata di Sant’ Antonio in concert at Blessed Trinity.
Photo credit: Margaret Dick

The Camerata di Sant’ Antonio Chamber Orchestra …
“celebrating community through music.”
Sunday, March 29, 2015 at 3:00 p.m.

Samuel.Coleridge.Taylor.with.textOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAThe Camerata di Sant’ Antonio, under the direction of Christopher Weber, presents Mozart Noir celebrating the music of gifted Black Composers. Selections will include the U.S. premier of the Haitian Dance Suite by Samuel Coleridge Taylor (aka the “Black Mahler”), and works of the Chevalier de Saint George (known as the “Mozart noir”), whose music inspired the young Wolfgang Amadeus and made music history.

From 2:15-2:45 p.m., church docents will provide concert-goers with tours of this Buffalo Landmark, considered to be the purest replication of Lombard-Romanesque Architecture in the United States. There will also be a post-concert reception in the parish hall, courtesy of the Amberleigh Retirement Community at Williamsville.

Tickets for the concert are $17 for adults and available at the door. Admission is free to children 14 and under when accompanied by an adult or high school students with valid school identification.

On the National Register of Historic Places, Blessed Trinity Church is located at 317 Leroy Avenue (between Fillmore and Grider) in Buffalo. It is wheelchair accessible with secure off-street parking.

Worship & Services

Weekend Masses are: Saturday at 4:30 PM, Sunday at 10:00 AM
Weekdays: Tuesday – Friday at 11:00 AM (in the rear chapel)
Holy Days: As scheduled on “This Week” page

Other Services:
Opportunity for confession on Saturday at 4:00 PM
First Friday Adoration and Benediction from 8-11:00 AM (in the rear chapel)
A coffee hour is held after the 10 AM Mass on the fourth Sunday of the month (September-June)