361 Sumner Avenue, Springfield, MA 01108            Ph: 413.737.5311            Fax: 413.781.4083             office@trinityspringfield.org

Music

Music holds an integral place in our liturgy and serves to unify and heighten our response to the Word of God.  Anyone, of any age, who enjoys music is welcome to be involved in Trinity’s Music Program.   The array of opportunities to make music at Trinity Church challenges those with years of musical experience while offering the less experienced a new way to express their faith.  Participation in one or more of our choirs provides adults, children, and youth the opportunity to contribute to our communal life in an active and vibrant way.  Above all, by fostering a tradition of musical excellence, we become instruments through which God moves and speaks and, ultimately, we bring the Gospel to life in a palpable and transcendent way.

Becky Rosendahl Isaacson,

Director of Music. Organist, and Carillonneur

Becky Rosendahl Isaacson is the Director of Music, Organist, and Carillonneur at Trinity United Methodist Church in Springfield, Massachusetts, a position she has held since 1984.  Previously, she held similar positions at Westminster Presbyterian Church in West Hartford, and the Simsbury United Methodist Church, both in Connecticut.

At Trinity Church, Becky is responsible for the direction of five vocal choirs of all ages, two handbell choirs (adult and youth) and also serves as the musical director of the Church’s Boar’s Head Festival.  She also plans and oversees a five-week Concert Series every summer called “A Little Night Music.”

Becky holds a Bachelor of Music degree in Education, cum laude from the State University of New York, and a Master of Music degree in Performance and Literature from the Eastman School of Music, Rochester, New York.  A winner of several organ performance contests, she was a finalist in the National American Guild of Organists Student Competition.

Becky can be reached throughout the week at Trinity Church (except Mondays):

(413) 734-1623

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