Trinity Cathedral and the Music at Trinity series is committed to offer a place of hospitality to guests at all of public/private ceremonies, the community, and performing arts groups. Please don’t hesitate to seek and ask our staff or concert volunteers how we can be of assistance during your concert visit. The Cathedral doors will open at least 30 minutes prior to concert time.

Cathedral Music Venue

The interior of the Cathedral has an air of simple elegance and dignity. Acoustically sound to host a Duke Ellington concert in 1966 and the current location for the Music At Trinity concert series. National and international choral, instrumental and jazz groups seek out this 375 seat performance space.

Olney Gallery and Reception Space

The Olney Gallery is part of the campus at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral. It is a well-lit space connecting the Cathedral and the east side administration offices. In 2000, members of the congregation formed a Visual Arts Ministry and at that time the gallery began to be part of First Fridays on Roosevelt, the monthly Phoenix art event. The gallery space often hosts artist and pre/post-concert receptions for the Music at Trinity concert series.


Restrooms for Trinity Cathedral are located on the east wall of the Olney Gallery behind the reception desk and staircase.