“The Fall of Constantinople” Performed by Cappella Romana Seattle Aug 29 Seattle Portland Aug 30th, 2014


Dormition Fast A Joyous Fast to All!

Cappella Romana is performing:

 

The Fall of Constantinople
Cappella Romana, just before its European tour
Hear Ancient Byzantine Chanting from the cathedral of Hagia Sophia in Constantinople c. 1453. The program also features two poignant laments for the Fall of Constantinople, the first by Manuel Chrysaphes, the last imperial cantor at Hagia Sophia, and the second by Guillaume DuFay, the 15th century’s most important composer in the West.
Join us at 8:00 pm on Friday, August 29 at St. Joseph’s Parish located at 732 18th Ave E at Aloha, Capitol Hill, Seattle.Free pre-concert talk at 7 pm. Tickets start at $22 with discounts for seniors and students.  Visit cappellaromana.org or call 503-236-8202.Saturday, 30 August, 2014, 8:00pm St. Mary’s Cathedral in Portland

Cappella Romana on KING FM Northwest Focus

Classical KING FMWe are pleased to share that KING FM’s Sean MacLean has chosen to feature Cappella Romana and our Fall of Constantinople concert series from August 25th through the 28th! Make sure to tune in to KING FM and hear the following works before our Friday night Seattle concert:

Cappella Romana on KING FM Schedule:

Monday, August 25

  • Dufay: Lamentatio Sanctae Matris Ecclesiae Constantinopolitanae at approximately 8:00pm

Tuesday, August 26

  • Chrysaphes: Lament for the Fall of Constantinople at approximately 8:00pm

Wednesday, August 27

  • Dufay: Ecclesiae militantis at approximately 9:00pm
  • Stellon: Polyelos at approximately 9:06pm

Thursday, August 28

  • Dufay: Apostolo glorioso, da Dio electo at approximately 8:00pm
  • Dufay: Vasilissa, ergo gaude at approximately 8:03pm
  • Gregorios the Domestikos: Kalophonic Coda for St. Basil/A New Addition at approximately 8:08pm

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Concert Info

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