Upcoming Concerts

The remainder of our tenth anniversary season is canceled.

We will update with videos and messages from our performers, and we continue to pray for our entire community during the COVID-19 crisis. Be safe!


Welcome to our Tenth Anniversary Season!

While we all do our part to stay safe, healthy, and balanced during the COVID-19 crisis, please enjoy music made by our friends. We will keep updating so that we might all share in the music. 


Listen to our friends the Ivy Street Ensemble

Join the Colorado Symphony for a Virtual Music Hour each Friday as they feature free viewings of past performances.


Listen to Colorado Symphony horn players'
take on "Don't Stand So Close to Me"


Listen to the Colorado Symphony's digital Ode to Joy

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Second Tuesdays at Trinity is a concert series showcasing professional musical artists from the Denver metro area.

 Hosted by Trinity Presbyterian Church in Arvada, concerts generally take place on the second Tuesday of each month from September through May.

 Evening concerts begin at 7:30 pm.  

Performances are followed by a “meet and greet” reception enjoyed by musicians and audience members alike.

Tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for students and can be purchased here as well as at the door the evening of each performance. Parking is always free.

Trinity Presbyterian Church is located at 7755 Vance Drive in Arvada, a half block east of Wadsworth and about eight blocks north of the Arvada Center.  For more information, call 303-422-3656 x6000 or email secondtuesdays@tpcarvada.org

“Can classical music actually be a part of a church’s mission? It depends on the music, and it depends on the church. But it’s easy to make a connection between Trinity Presbyterian Church’s goal of enabling “spiritual formation and fellowship” with its offerings of small, classical ensembles at its Second Tuesdays at Trinity series. The concerts are all about community, and the programming can surely inspire the soul.”— Ray Mark Rinaldi, “Best Bets” in the Denver Post