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Israel in Egypt

Trinity Wall Street

Praised by The New York Times for their “incisive, agile strength,” Downtown Voices is a semiprofessional choir at Trinity Church Wall Street made up of volunteer singers from the New York metro area and members of The Grammy-nominated Choir of Trinity Wall Street. Directed by Stephen Sands, Downtown Voices’ robust inaugural 2015-2016 season included performances featuring the works of Beethoven, Alberto Ginastera, Benjamin Britten, James MacMillan and Paul Mealor.

Israel in Egypt

Downtown Voices

Trinity Baroque Orchestra

Conductor, Stephen Sands

Julian Wachner, Director of Music and the Arts


Trinity Wall Street

Broadway and Wall Street
New York, NY


Featured Recordings

  • Israel In Egypt
  • Johann Sebastian Bach: Complete Motets
  • J.S. Bach: Weihnachts-Oratorium

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