The Moravian Church has a long tradition for music as a form of artistic expression, entertainment and as an important element of worship. We believe that music is a gift, and as such, it is a gift that should be shared. Our Concert Series Coordinator, Matt Podd, and our Concert Series Committee, are busy arranging our 2016 Concert Series of professional musicians and vocalists who will be performing a variety of both sacred and secular music here in our sanctuary. We invite you to join us for one or all of the concerts in this series. Continue to monitor this site for announcements about the new season.
Here are some performers that were featured in past seasons to give you an idea of the quality performances you can expect in future seasons.
“The Amazing Accordion Kings”
An evening of beautiful arrangements covering the spectrum from opera to jazz was performed by three amazing musicians on accordion.
The New York Chorale Society presents “Christmas Around New York”
Our church was the Staten Island venue for this choir’s program of traditional international and popular Christmas music as well as a Christmas carol sing-along, accompanied by organ and brass.
Annual Jazz Concert at New Dorp
We continued our exciting annual spring jazz concert with a high -energy evening of jazz standards, improvisation, and blues. The 2015 Jazz Concert featured the music of “The Ladybugs.”
A Night at the Operetta – Pirates of Penzance – in concert
The Village Light Opera Guild presented “Pirates of Penzance – In Concert”. This Gilbert & Sullivan fan-favorite is the perfect blend of comedy and classical singing for lovers of opera, pirates … or both.