Making sacred spaces accessible through music


Since 2019, Music in Sacred Spaces has inspired artists and communities around the world. Developed by Artistic Director Eon Malan, this initiative has presented concerts in beautiful venues in unique locations, from humble local parish churches to impressive cathedrals and concert halls. After being launched in Cape Town, South Africa, Music in Sacred Spaces has a clear vision: To bring music to communities where the venues and instruments exist. This creates a platform for local artists to share their talent, and for the community to experience top-end music on their doorstep. 

Upcoming Concerts

  • Franck 200
    02 Oct, 4:00 pm NZDT
    St Andrew's Presbyterian Church, 4 Te Aroha Street, Claudelands, Hamilton 3216, New Zealand
    This year marks the 200th anniversary of the birth of the Belgian-French composer and organist César Franck (1822–1890). Malan will be playing a variety of Franck's organ and harmonium music including Chorale no. 3 in A minor and 7 Pieces in C Major and C Minor from L'Organiste.
Sign up for concert updates

Thanks for submitting!