Grand piano within a house of worship



The Steinway Promise - When you purchase a BOSTON, you may trade it in at some point in the future* and receive 100% of the original purchase price toward a new STEINWAY or STEINWAY-DESIGNED piano of greater value.

With a history spanning over 100 years, Jacobs Music has diligently connected Houses of Worship with the most exquisite pianos in existence, enriching congregations with enchanting melodies and elevating souls. In the realm of worship, music holds a sacred position, resonating deeply within us. Recognizing this unparalleled connection, Jacobs Music has unmatched programs and services designed to unlock the unyielding power of worship in your community. Regardless of whether your congregation embraces traditional or contemporary styles, in intimate gatherings or grand sanctuaries, we have the ideal piano to enhance your worship experience.

For any religious institution, establishing connections with both current and potential members is crucial. Time and time again, music has proven to be the most influential conduit for these connections. At Jacobs Music, our team of piano experts dedicated to supporting Houses of Worship will assist your leadership team to help you identify the piano that best serves your musical needs.

Experience the transformative power of our pianos and let them become the cornerstone of your musical journey.


  • Steinway for Sanctuaries Trial Program
  • Advice and Consultations
  • Tuning and Servicing
  • Reconditioning and Restoration
  • Evaluations and Appraisals
  • Inventory Management
  • Fundraising and Financing
  • Concert services



Introducing the Steinway for Sanctuaries Trial Program, exclusively offered by Jacobs Music. As a House of Worship, we understand the importance of finding the perfect piano for your congregation. That's why we provide an opportunity to truly experience the sound and feel of 2-3 different pianos in your unique acoustical environment.

Whether you are considering a new or pre-owned Steinway & Sons or Boston grand piano or a maintenance free Roland digital grand or upright, this opportunity affords your house of worship the easiest way to make the most informed decision in the selection of a proper instrument - with no strings attached.

Steinway for Sanctuaries Trial Program lets your team judge how a piano will fit, look, and sound - and showcase each instrument to potential donors - in your own worship setting. This gives your trustees and congregation the extra time and support for fundraising, while giving your donors the chance to hear and experience how a new instrument will enhance your worship service.

Best of all, the Steinway for Sanctuaries Trial Program comes at a minimal cost. For a delivery fee of only $500 total, you can audition 2-3 pianos in your worship environment over a generous 4-6 week period. We understand that every House of Worship has unique needs, and we are committed to finding the perfect solution for you, regardless of size or budget.



Alicia Brozovich

Alicia Brozovich, Director of Cultural Initiatives. Houses of Worship Sales & Service

Alicia Brozovich is a highly accomplished musician with over fifteen years of experience as a leader in music and non-profit leadership. With a rich background as a conductor, music director, chorister, and professional vocalist, she possesses a deep understanding and appreciation for sacred music programs and the outreach quality music can accomplish. Alicia's dedication to her craft has earned her recognition as a National Finalist for the American Prize in Conducting in 2023. Her professional ensemble, The LOTUS Project, was named the 2023 winner of the American Prize in Choral Performance - Professional Division.

Alicia Brozovich conducting an orchestra

As an advocate for community and child development through the arts, Alicia has served roles with Trenton Children's Chorus, Cornerstone Music Studios, Capital Philharmonic of New Jersey, Urban Playground Chamber Orchestra, and Westminster Conservatory. An active vocalist, she sings with the New York Philharmonic Chorus, Philadelphia Symphony Chorus, Theoria Chamber Choir, and Downtown Voices of Trinity Wall Street. She holds degrees from Westminster Choir College of Rider University and Benedictine College in Atchison, Kansas.

Alicia's role as the Director of Cultural Initiatives for Jacobs Music Company allows her to collaborate with world-class musicians and support non-profit music programs across the tri-state area. She looks forward to supporting your sacred music program with resources to help you secure the best instruments for your congregation.


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