Warmth, richness, intimacy, and excellence have always been the signature of the Concerts at St. Ignatius, a series called "invaluable" by The New York Times. Formerly known as Sacred Music in a Sacred Space, our concerts are held in the opulent Church of St. Ignatius Loyola, an architectural landmark at the intersection of Park Avenue and 84th Street on Manhattan's Upper East Side.
We are committed to presenting the finest sacred choral and organ repertoire spanning over 1,000 years of music history. Known for artistic excellence, the renowned Choir and Orchestra of St. Ignatius Loyola present exhilarating performances of large-scale choral masterpieces as well as more intimate and reflective settings by lesser-known composers. Internationally-acclaimed organists may also frequently be heard on the Church's magnificent N.P. Mander Pipe Organ, the largest tracker organ in New York City.
COVID-19 Health & Safety Protocols
At this time, masks are optional. As public health conditions and the State’s guidance for performing arts and live entertainment evolve, we will remain flexible and adapt to applicable health protocols. It is essential that employees, production staff, performers, or audience members not enter the church if they are unwell. We will make every accommodation possible in order for both employees and audience members to feel empowered to stay home if they feel unwell. Please email [email protected] if such a situation arises.