Cappella Romana Perform Music from Vespers, Matins, and the Divine Liturgy in the Slavic Tradition March 30, 31, April 2nd Seattle/Portland


A Joyous Lent to All!

Russian Chant Revival

 

‘The men of Cappella Romana (fb) perform music from Vespers, Matins, and the Divine Liturgy in the Slavic tradition, including powerful medieval chants, and choral works by Rimsky-Korsakov, Kastalsky, Chesnokov, and more.

Seattle audiences have the exciting chance to preview our Russian Chant Revival program on Thursday, March 30th during a pre-concert session with the Seattle Symphony in their night devoted to Rachmaninov and his Russian influences! The preview is FREE with a Seattle Symphony ticket. Then, experience the full Russian Chant Revival performance at 7:30pm on Friday night at St. James Cathedral in Seattle!”

Russian Chant Revival

Seattle
Friday 31 March, 7:30pm
St. James Cathedral

TICKETS

Portland
Sunday 2 April, 3:00pm
Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral

TICKETS

Our online ticket system is experiencing some technical difficulties. We are currently working with our provider to resolve this quickly.

In the meantime, you can contact us the old-fashioned way – by phone! We will be present here in the box office from 9am to 5pm, so please call if you have ticketing needs! Call: (503) 236-8202

Program

Music for Vespers

Come, Let Us Worship, Kiev-Pechersk Lavra
Psalm 103, Nikolai Kedrov Jr.
Blessed is the Man, Nikolai Tolstiakov (arr. Paul Chesnokov)
Mode 1 Kekragarion and 1st Sticheron, Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov
Joyful Light (Kievan Chant), Nikolai Kedrov Jr.
‘The Lord is King’ Prokeimenon from Saturday Vespers, Stepan Smolensky
Nunc dimittis, Vladimir Rebikov
Hail, Virgin Mother of God, Vladimir Rebikov
Let my prayer be sent forth, Mikhail Glinka
By the waters (Lenten Polyeleos), Aleksandr Kastalsky

Music for Matins

The Lord is God, Mode 1 (Znamenny chant)
Apolytikion, Mode 1, Sergey Taneyev
Your Cross, O Savior, Kiev-Pechersk Lavra
Polyeleos, Peter Tchaikovsky (arr. Paul Chesnokov)
1st Antiphon of Ascent, Mode 4, Dmitri Allemanov
Matins Prokeimenon, Mode 4, Aleksandr Glazunov

Music for Divine Liturgy

Cherubic Hymn, Stepan Smolensky
O Be Joyful in the Lord, Op. 19 No. 2, Aleksandr Grechaninov (arr. Paul Chesnokov)
Alleluia and Apolytikia, Stepan Smolensky
Funeral Kontakion and Ode 9 from Panikhida, Paul Chesnokov
Eternal Memory from Panikhida, Paul Chesnokov   ( Information from their website)

About editorOrthodoxNorthwest

An Orthodox Christian, whose interests also include, GO, Square Dancing, hiking, exploring, swimming, kayaking, cooking, history, board games. I am the Editor of OrthodoxNorthwest which I hope benefits readers in the NW. I do post Romanian, Greek and Slavic info but I cannot read any of them - hey, I am an American. Would appreciate hearing from readers of the blog. Χριστός Ανέστη! (Anthony) editorOrthodoxNorthwest@gmail.com
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