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By Trinity Episcopal Church DC
The Trinity Chancel Choir, Chamber Orchestra and Soloists will present "The Seven Last Words of Christ" by Theodore Dubois on Good Friday, April 3 at 7 p.m. Soloists will be soprano Leila Gheitu, tenor Darnell T. Roulhac and baritone Eric Brown.
By HKSPrArts
Former Music Director of Petersburg's Covenant Presbyterian Church, native Patrick D. McCoy was recently installed as Minister of Music of Trinity Episcopal Church in the Nation's Capital.
By HKSPrArts
Kelvin Page, a native Washingtonian was named President for the Ben Holt Memorial Branch of the National Association of Negro Musicians, Inc. Page is a stalwart supporter of the arts as a performer and teacher.
By HKS PR Arts
Patrick D. McCoy moderated the popular Talk Back after the performance of Mendelssohn's Elijah by The Washington Chorus in The Kennedy Center Concert Hall with conductor Julian Wachner and noted soloists.

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By Trinity Episcopal Church DC
The Trinity Chancel Choir, Chamber Orchestra and Soloists will present "The Seven Last Words of Christ" by Theodore Dubois on Good Friday, April 3 at 7 p.m. Soloists will be soprano Leila Gheitu, tenor Darnell T. Roulhac and baritone Eric Brown.
By HKSPrArts
Former Music Director of Petersburg's Covenant Presbyterian Church, native Patrick D. McCoy was recently installed as Minister of Music of Trinity Episcopal Church in the Nation's Capital.
By HKSPrArts
Kelvin Page, a native Washingtonian was named President for the Ben Holt Memorial Branch of the National Association of Negro Musicians, Inc. Page is a stalwart supporter of the arts as a performer and teacher.
By HKS PR Arts
Patrick D. McCoy moderated the popular Talk Back after the performance of Mendelssohn's Elijah by The Washington Chorus in The Kennedy Center Concert Hall with conductor Julian Wachner and noted soloists.
By HKS PR Arts
The National Chamber Ensemble will present its annual holiday concert, featuring outstanding youth performers and internationally acclaimed artists, culminating in a festive carol sing-a long.
By HKS PR ARTS
A regular arts contributor to Examiner.com, with past contributions to CBS Washington for Arts and Culture, as well as The Afro-American Newspaper, Patrick D. McCoy will write a regular performing arts column for Washington Life.
By HKS PR ARTS
The Petersburg, Virginia native Patrick D. McCoy will play his final service as Minister of Music and Organist at Washington, D. C.'s Takoma Park Baptist Church, where he has served since October 2006.
By Ms. Hyacinth K. Scott
On March 11, 2012, Patrick D. McCoy tendered his resignation as Minister of Music of Washington, D. C.'s Takoma Park Baptist Church. McCoy assumed the position in October 2006 and is credited for revitalizing the church's music ministry.
By Ms. Hyacinth K. Scott
McCoy recently was selected among a handful of writers for Examiner.com to become a part of a new partnership with CBS Washington. He will write on a variety of topics within the realm of arts and culture for the local Washington, D. C. site.
By Ms. Hyacinth K. Scott
Christmas at Covenant: 1995 Petersburg High School graduate and music alumnus of Virginia State University, Patrick D. McCoy will present a recital of Christmas Music on Sunday, December 11, 4:00 p.m. at Covenant Presbyterian Church


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