Trinity’s oldest student organization, founded in 1825, The Chapel Singers sing at major college occasions, Chapel services, and concerts on campus as well as on domestic and international tours. The group’s membership includes undergraduates from a variety of backgrounds and academic disciplines who enjoy studying and performing challenging choral music.

Class of 2024—Interested in being a Chapel Singer?

Contact Prof. Christopher Houlihan ’09, director, for more information about becoming a Chapel Singer. Auditions are usually held at the start of each fall semester. We anticipate this academic year to be quite different than usual, but we are looking forward to incorporating new members however possible.

2020-2021 Student Leadership

David Marottolo ’22, president
Gwenhwyfar Sadie ’21, vice president
Zachary Schurman ’22, treasurer
Kendra Keelan ’23 and Tucker O’Brien ’22, secretaries


Trinity Community Continues to Gather — in Virtual Spaces

Being separated physically has not kept the Trinity College community from connecting this semester. While the COVID-19 pandemic prevents large gatherings in spaces like the Washington Room, Vernon Social, or the Chapel, groups across campus are getting creative by moving events and activities online and inviting people to attend from wherever they are.


Choirs in perfect Harmony

The Albert Schweitzer Organ Festival Hartford (ASOFH) is an annual national festival and organ competition in residence at Trinity College. The Chapel Singers collaborated with choirs from West Hartford at the 2017 festival to premier a new piece of music commissioned from well-known composer Philip J. Stopford.


The Chapel Singers

Christopher Houlihan '09, director John Rose College Organist-and-Directorship Distinguished Chair of Chapel Music, and Adjunct Professor of Music, ex officio