Music at Our Saviour’s Atonement (MOSA) strives to nourish and strengthen the bonds of community and civic involvement in Northern Manhattan through music.

As one of the few venues for live concert music in Manhattan north of 155th Street, Music at Our Saviour’s Atonement provides the residents of Washington Heights and Inwood (in addition to music lovers throughout the metropolitan area) with an intimate, local venue to experience music of the highest quality for free. From its inception, the primary focus has been to present classical chamber music of the 20th- and 21st-centuries, as well as rarely heard works and instruments from other eras. Through its monthly Sunday Series, MOSA has made a commitment to presenting composers and musicians living in Northern Manhattan as a way to showcase and encourage local talent and creativity. MOSA also promotes the interaction of the visual and musical arts with a rotating schedule of solo galleries and group art shows. A leading collaborator with arts minded organizations in Northern Manhattan, MOSA is an annual participant in the Uptown Arts Stoll, in addition to annual collaborations with the Carnegie Hall Neighborhood Concert Series.