Listen to beautiful classical music played on a majestic organ from the comfort of home at this breathtaking concert.
With cold weather here and winter looming, most of us will be spending weekends cozied up at home, and this mesmerizing classical music concert in one of NYC’s most historic churches will be the perfect activity.
St. Thomas Church was first established on Fifth Ave in Midtown as far back as 1870. Though that original church sadly burned down in 1905 (with only the tower left standing), today’s gorgeous Gothic structure still dates back to 1916 when it was reconstructed.
And it will be the setting of a magnificent classical music concert this winter, played on the church’s historic grand organ. You’ll be taken on a mesmerizing journey through European music history, from 1900s France to Baroque-era Germany, by the most talented organists.
On December 5, experience the delicate sounds of Olivier Messiaen’s masterful “La Nativité du Seigneur” cycle on the Miller-Scott Organ, just in time for the holiday season, played by Associate Organist Nicolas Haigh.