Sun., Dec 8, 2019
4:00pm  |  125min.
A Chanticleer Christmas: Sunday afternoon
“America’s a cappella pride and joy” Classics Today
The joy of Christmas comes once again to Chanticleer, as we celebrate this age-old narrative with what we hope are fresh eyes and ears, hearts and voices. Gregorian chant and Biebl are never far away, but this year we turn also to carols in half-a-dozen languages, American hymns, Spanish villancicos that ask us to dance, and “I Wonder as I Wander,” which calls us to pray. This is a tradition we cherish, and we can’t wait to celebrate the holidays with you again.
Part two of #AChanticleerChristmasSMSS features works by Francis Poulenc and more. Enjoy!
Posted by Sacred Music in a Sacred Space on Monday, December 24, 2018
Chanticleer is one of Billboard Magazine’s Top 10 best-selling classical artists. Since the 12-voice male ensemble began releasing recordings in 1981, the group has sold well over a million albums and won two GRAMMY® awards. Chanticleer was named Ensemble of the Year by Musical America in 2008, and inducted in the American Classical Music Hall of Fame the same year.
Founded in San Francisco in 1978, Chanticleer is known around the world as “an orchestra of voices” for the seamless blend of its twelve male voices ranging from countertenor to bass and its original interpretations of vocal literature, from Renaissance to jazz, and from gospel to venturesome new music.
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General concert and ticket information
Doors open at 3:15pm.
Late seating is at the discretion of the House Management. Latecomers may be asked to remain in the back of the church until there is a break in the program, so as not to disturb the performance or other audience members.
Will call is available when the doors open at 3:15pm.
Children seated on an adult’s lap do not need a ticket. Children seated in a chair or pew do need a ticket.
We no longer offer tickets for sale or any ticket pickup at the Parish House Reception desk.
Audio and/or video recording and flash photography are not permitted during performances.
Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable. All artists and programs are subject to change.
The Church of St. Ignatius Loyola is wheelchair/walker accessible via the ramp entrance on 84th Street (between Park and Madison Avenues).
An accessible restroom is located just inside the Parish House on the ground floor. The Parish House is located closer to 83rd Street on Park Avenue. PLEASE NOTE the Parish House accessible restroom is not in the same building as the main church where the concert is located.
For reserved seating concerts, there is available seating for wheelchairs and companions. Please look for the Wheelchair and Wheelchair Companion tickets when purchasing. For general seating concerts, follow the directions of the ushers. Please call ahead (212-288-2520) to discuss any special seating requirements.
Street parking can be difficult to find, but there are a number of parking garages nearby. There are garages on 83rd Street (between Park and Lexington Avenues) and 84th Street (between Park and Lexington Avenues), as well as near the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
There are a number of fine and casual eating establishments located nearby on Madison Avenue (one block west of the church), Lexington Avenue (one block east of the church), Third Avenue (two blocks east of the church) and Second Avenue (three blocks east of the church).
The Church of St. Ignatius Loyola is easily reached via the 4, 5, and 6 subway lines (86th Street station), or buses on Madison, Lexington and Fifth Avenues, and on 86th Street. View a map with interactive driving and transit directions.