Dynamis Byzantine Ensemble Performs A Journey Through Lent to Holy Week Portland, Oregon Feb 8, 2020

Veneration of the Precious Chains of the Holy and All-glorious Apostle Peter.
Blessed Maximus of Totma (Vologda), fool-for-Christ (1650).  New Martyr Nicholas of Mitylene (1777).


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Please join us as Dynamis Byzantine Ensemble presents:


A Journey through Lent to Holy Week

The Orthodox hymns of Lent call the Church to repentance in preparation for the Passion of the Lord which transpires in Holy and Great Week. Dynamis Byzantine Ensemble will perform the hymns of Lent and Holy Week in English and in the traditional Byzantine musical style, bringing out the depth of beauty and poetry found in the texts and moving the Christian to reflect upon the mercy and love Jesus has for the whole world.

February 8th, 2020
7 o’clock in the evening

St. George Antiochian Orthodox Church in Portland, OR,
2101 NE 162nd Ave, Portland, OR 97230

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Dynamis Byzantine Ensemble at Assumption Greek Orthodox Church, Scottsdale, AZ on July 22nd, 2018. The members of the choir from left to right: Stephen Seidel, Peter George, Dr. Constantine Kokenes, Joshua Pardhe, Gregory Abdalah, Michael Haddad, Fr. Christopher Salamy, Noah Sweilem, Samuel Herron – Director, Peter Elgohary, Gabriel Cremeens – Assistant Director, Phillip Carl Phares, Robert Seidel, Philip Noplos, Alexander Eliades, Zachari Darian. Image from Dynamis Website.

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