Category Archives: Liturgical Music
Duruflé Requiem; New: Passion Week Duruflé Requiem by Northwest Boychoir March 20 | Passion Week Release March 24 Duruflé Requiem by the Northwest Boychoir Friday, 20 March, 7:30pm Trinity Cathedral, Portland | TICKETS The 80 voices of the Northwest Boychoir, one of the Pacific … Continue reading
The Nativity according to the Flesh of Our Lord, God and Saviour Jesus Christ. Sviatki. Fast-free-till the Theophany Eve! The Adoration of the Magi: Melchior, Caspar, and Balthasar. Commemoration of the shepherds in Bethlehem who were watching their flocks and came to see … Continue reading
LYRA Vocal Ensemble is Coming to the US in 2015 Contact Them to Perform At Your Parish A Wonderful Evangelistic Opportunity
LYRA a Musical Group based in St Petersburg is planning its US tour. You can make arrangements for them to visit your parish or town. What a wonderful way to help spread the faith. “Dear friends, In May 2015, … Continue reading
Hat tip to OrthodoxPortland! KLIROS (FB), a mixed chorus dedicated to the presentation of quality Eastern Orthodox music in liturgical services presents Great Vespers at St. Nicholas Orthodox Church Portland, Oregon. (FB)
The Dormition of Our Most Holy Lady the Theotokos and Ever-Virgin Mary. SELECTED VERSES FROM THE LAMENTATIONS AT THE BIER OF THE MOTHER OF GOD First Stasis Tone 5 1. In a grave they laid Thee / O my Life … Continue reading
The Holy Transfiguration of Our Lord, God and Saviour Jesus Christ (Second “Feast of the Saviour” in August). Thou wast transfigured on the mountain, O Christ God,/ Who didst show Thy glory unto Thy disciples as far as they could … Continue reading
Forefeast of the Procession of the Precious and Life-giving Cross of the Lord. There are two Orthodox Liturgical singing seminars coming up so make your plans early. The first listed will be held in the NW and the singing will … Continue reading
Saint Gebriel Ethiopian Church (FB) in Seattle, Washington, celebrated St Gebriel July 27, 2014 with joy!
A Joyous Lent to All! Capella Romana (FB) performs Passion Week. “A Lost Work of Sacred Music from Post-Revolutionary St. Petersburg This April 11 and 12, for the first time in recorded history, Cappella Romana presents Maximilian Steinberg’s Passion Week, the last major … Continue reading
PATRAM: Uniting Musical Excellence with Orthodox Worship – A Wonderful New Opportunity for Choirs, Chanters, Priests, Missions and all Parishes of the Slavonic Tradition!
PaTRAM -Patriarch Tikhon Russian-American Music Institute. This class which predominantly online with one on one training via Skype allows people to train from home and get professional feedback. A truly wonderful opportunity for Parishes and Missions in the NW of Slavonic … Continue reading