Sacred Music in a Sacred Space, 5/23/2019 (The Prickle)

Lorelei Ensemble Fills a Sacred Space with Mystical, Mesmerizing Sound, 4/19/2019 (Seen and Heard International)

In Review: Lorelei Ensemble, 4/14/2019 (National Sawdust Log)

St. Ignatius Loyola Christmas Concert, 12/16/2018 (Divamensch)

We are thrilled that WQXR has selected Arvo Pärt: The Sound of the Sacred as one of New York’s Most Memorable Concerts of 2018.

Chanticleer Christmas Concert, 11/30/18 (Divamensch)

I have my come-to-Arvo moment (Condemned to Music, David Patrick Stearns)

Somber Arvo Part Choral and Orchestral Music for Somber Times (New York Music Daily)

All-Pärt Concert Reflects Embrace Of Music History (Classical Voice North America)

Conductor Tõnu Kaljuste Brings Estonian Music To Life (Classical Post)

We are honored that WQXR has selected Arvo Pärt: The Sound of the Sacred as one of November’s must-see classical concerts!

New York’s Sacred Music in a Sacred Space Kicks off Season with I WISH IT SO (Broadway World)

Sacred Music in a Sacred Space Announces 18-19 Season (Broadway World)

Happy Error: The Week in Classical Music (New York Times)

“I haven’t encountered much Poulenc in recent years, except for the farcical opera “Les Mamelles de Tiresias,” heard twice: at Tanglewood in 1997 and at the Juilliard School in 2015. I can’t say that I thought a lot about what I was missing, but I was forcibly reminded on Wednesday evening, by Sacred Music in a Sacred Space’s Poulenc program at the Church of St. Ignatius Loyola, just how delightful his best works are. Renée Anne Louprette played the Organ Concerto beautifully, and K. Scott Warren conducted St. Ignatius choirs in Poulenc’s crowning Gloria, with Wendy Baker as an excellent soprano soloist.”

Duruflé Requiem (Opera News)

Exploring Choral Music in New York (Epoch Times)

Review: At St. Ignatius Loyola, Bach’s Mass in All Its Elements (New York Times)

Concert Review: The Heavy Weight of Faith (Superconductor)

Transcending the Gloom Outside of St. Ignatius Loyola (Lucid Culture)

An Echo of Rachmaninoff: St. Ignatius Loyola Choir Performs ‘All-Night Vigil’ (New York Times)


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