“A Patriarchs Chants” Music by Athanasios V ABP of Constantinople by Cappella Romana in Portland and Seattle Nov 8 and 9th, 2013


Cappella Romana (FB):  Achilleas Chaldaiakis Leads Cappella Romana:

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VIDEO: The Amazing Voice of Achilleas Chaldaiakis
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Tickets to “A Patriarch’s Chants” with Achilleas Chaldaiakis
Byzantine Chant from the 18th Century

This weekend:  Friday in Portland, Saturday in Seattle

UPDATE: Both men and women will sing on this program. Women’s voices will be featured in the Kalophonic Eirmoi
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Read the program notes by Dr. Chaldaiakis

A PATRIARCH’S CHANTS

Portland 8pm, Fri., November 8, St. Mary’s Cathedral 
Portland 4pm, Sat., November 9, St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church

INFORMATION | TICKETS

Program of the concert:

Byzantine Chant by +Athanasios V, Ecumenical Patriarch (reigned 1709-1711)

Cherubic Hymn, First Mode (MS EBE 3469)
Kalophonic Eirmos from the Canon of the Paraklesis “Περιστάσεις”
Communion Verse for Sundays, First Mode (MS MPT 705)
Ekloge, for the Feast of St. Catherine (EBE 2611)
Kalophonic Eirmos from the Canon of the Paraklesis “Ἐκύκλωσαν”
Kratima, exegesis by Chourmouzios Chartophylax (MS MPT 704)

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