Youth Choir at St Sava’s in Vancouver, BC 2017!


XB!

Քրիստոս յառեաւ ի մեռելոց!  Օրհնեալ է յառութիւնն Քրիստոսի!  

We remember the Armenian Genocide 102nd Anniversary.

СВЕТИ САВА /St Sava’s in Vancouver, BC (FB) presents a Youth Choir opportunity!  (I apologize for the delay in posting this I did not see this email till Bright Week.  It is not too late to attend for local Orthodox youth.  What a wonderful opportunity to meet other Orthodox!  What a great idea for other parishes…  (editor)

 

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102nd Commemoration’s of the Armenian Genocide In the NW 2017


Քրիստոս յառեաւ ի մեռելոց!  Օրհնեալ է յառութիւնն Քրիստոսի!  

Venerable Serapion of Egypt, monk (5th c.) A Joyous Bright Week to All!

This April 24th is the 102nd Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide in Turkey.  (An event still not acknowledged there)  Here are some events commemorating it in the NW.

 Gregory the Illuminator Pray for Us All.

Seattle:

Holy Resurrection of Redmond, Washington  (f) is Hosting:

Vancouver BC:

Portland:

This year, there will be two events held at St. Kevork church to observe the 102nd anniversary of the Armenian Genocide:
Sunday, April 23rd – Holy Badarak, Fatherr. Serop Azarian. 11:00 a.m.
Following the Badarak, we will have a cultural program commemorating the Armenian Genocide, 1:00 p.m.
Monday, April 24th – Remembrance of the Holy Martyrs of the Armenian Genocide – Memorial Service, Fr. Serop Azarian accompanied by some short speeches, laying of flowers at the Genocide Memorial in the church courtyard. 6:308:30 p.m.
Also as previously posted there is the Movie the Promise premiering this weekend.  This is a movie which sheds a bit of light on a tragic Historic event that is little known in our society.  In light of todays events it is especially important to let people know of the suffering of Christians.  (Please note I am not commenting on the quality of the movie, nor it’s appropriateness for all ages, nor whether it maintains Christian morality.  Editor.)
From the FB page of Holy Resurrection in Seattle:

Watch the Promise Movie THIS WEEKEND!

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

As many of you know the film “The Promise”, produced by Survival Pictures and financed by the late legendary Kirk Kerkorian, will be premiering in theater locations across North America on Friday, April 21, 2017. The film, set with the backdrop of the Armenian Genocide, is the first time a wide release film will feature our history in nearly 1,500 theaters in the US and Canada.

We are reaching out to you for support, since it is imperative to stand behind this film and ensure its success. The opening weekend’s box office sales are critical in securing a long theatrical run for the film. It is for this reason that we are encouraging you to mobilize your friends and family to see the film in theaters April 21 to 23.

Attached are the lists of movie theaters and show times on Friday and Saturday.

Please do your part in helping the world learn the truth about Armenian Genocide!
#KeepThePromise

 
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Learn How to Weave Rugs Vancouver BC Saturday May 6, 2017


Քրիստոս յառեաւ ի մեռելոց!  Օրհնեալ է յառութիւնն Քրիստոսի!  

Bright Thursday!  Wishing all a Joyous Bright Week!

The Armenian Cultural Association of British Columbia (f) presents:  Hurry there is only 1 Space left!

 

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“The Promise” Movie Opening April 21st


XB!  

Bright Tuesday A Joyous Brightweek to All!

The Promise a love story placed in Constantinople/Istanbul in 1915.  It has the backdrop of the Armenian Genocide.

 

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DAKHABRAKHA “Earth” Live Film Score April 23, 2017


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Bright Monday A Very Joyous Bright week to all!

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Χριστός Ανέστη! Hristos a înviat! Христос Воскресе! Christ is Risen! Քրիստոս յառեաւ ի մեռելոց! !المسيح قام! حقا قام ! ქრისტე აღსდგა! Christus Resurrexit! 2017


Wishing all a Joyous PASCHA and  Brightweek 2017!  Christ is Risen!  

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Χριστός Ανέστη! Αληθώς Ανέστη!

Христос Воскресе! Воистину Воскресе!

Hristos a înviat! Adevărat a înviat!

Christus Resurrexit! Vere Resurrexit!

Քրիստոս յառեաւ ի մեռելոց!  Օրհնեալ է յառութիւնն Քրիստոսի!

Cristo ha Resucitado!  En verdad esta Resucitado!

!ܡܫܝܚܐ ܩܡ! ܫܪܝܪܐܝܬ ܩܡ

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 Kristus aq ungwektaq! Pichinuq ungwektaq!

Xris-tusaq Ung-uixtuq! Iluumun Ung-uixtuq!

Christus ist auferstanden! Er ist wahrhaftig auferstanden!

Tá Críost éirithe! Go deimhin, tá sé éirithe!

येसु मसीह ज़िन्दा हो गया है! हाँ यक़ीनन, वोह ज़िन्दा हो गया है!

 

“Forestalling the dawn, the women came with Mary, and found the stone rolled away from the sepulchre, and heard from the angel: why seek ye among the dead, as though He were a mortal, Him Who liveth in everlasting light? Behold the grave-clothes. Go quickly and proclaim to the world that the Lord is risen and hath slain death. For He is the Son of God Who saveth mankind.”  Hypakoe Eighth Tone Paschal Hours

!المسيح قام! حقا قام !

ქრისტე აღსდგაჭეშმარიტად აღსდგა!

Le Christ est Ressuscite! En verite il est Ressuscite!

ハリストス復活!実に復活!

Kristus är uppstånden! Sannerligen uppstånden!

Si Kristo ay nabuhay! Totoo! Siya nga ay nabuhay!

Kristus telah bangkit! Dia benar-benar telah bangkit!

Ua ala aʻe nei ʻo Kristo! Ua ala ʻiʻo nō ʻo Ia!

Xristos Kuxwoo-digoot! Xegaa-kux Kuxwoo-digoot!

ハリストス復活!実に復活!

그리스도께서 부활하셨습니다! 참으로 부활하셨습니다!

基督復活了 他確實復活了

Kristo Amefufukka! Kweli Amefufukka!

Forget not the suffering Christians in Egypt, the Middle East and around the world. 

If anyone can send me Christ is Risen in formal Church Ethiopian and Coptic I would appreciate it and add it.  I have looked but have only found transliterations.  (editorOrthodoxNorthwest@gmail.com)


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Glory to thy Long Suffering O Lord! Holy and Great Friday 2017 AD


Glory to Thy Long Suffering O Lord!

Glory to thy Long Suffering O Lord! (Crucifixion, 1209, fresco, Studenica Monastery, Serbia.)

Today He who hung the earth upon the waters is hung upon the Cross. He who is King of the angels is arrayed in a crown
of thorns. He who wraps the heaven in clouds is wrapped in purple of mockery. He who in Jordan set Adam free receives
blows upon His face. The Bridegroom of the Church is transfixed with nails. The Son of the Virgin is pierced with a spear.
We venerate Thy Passion, O Christ. We venerate Thy Passion, O Christ. We venerate Thy Passion, O Christ. Show us also
Thy glorious Resurrection.   Good Friday Matins (Reading of the 12 Gospels)

“The first Adam yielded to temptation in a garden. The Last Adam beat temptation in a garden. The first man, Adam, sought to become like God. The Last Adam was God who became a man. The first Adam was naked and received clothes. The Last Adam had clothes but was stripped. The first Adam tasted death from a tree. The Last Adam tasted death on a tree. The first Adam hid from the face of God, while the Last Adam begged God not to hide His face.

The first Adam blamed his bride, while the Last Adam took the blame for His bride. The first Adam earned thorns. The Last Adam wore thorns. The first Adam gained a wife when God opened man’s side, but the Last Adam gained a wife when man opened God’s side. The first Adam brought a curse. The Last Adam became a curse. While the first Adam fell by listening when the Serpent said “take and eat,” the Last Adam told His followers, “take and eat, this is my body.”  We celebrate this last event today—Jesus’ final meal with His Disciples, and His new command that we “love one another.” In giving Christians this meal, He sealed His role as Adam’s replacement.

Do you remember how, when Mary Magdalene saw the risen Christ, she mistook Him for a gardener? Through His body and blood, the Last Adam restored what the Forbidden Fruit destroyed, inviting us back to a restored Garden-City in the New Heavens and Earth, where the tree of life grows around the throne of God, free for the taking. That’s what His story, our story, the story—and this week—are all about.

Good Friday is tomorrow, and it’s easy to rush through this dark reminder of our sin, and look forward to Easter. But please, stay here a while. The only way to Sunday is through this week, and the events and the words Jesus spoke before His death are worthy of our reflection.  

This reflection came from a longer podcast from Breakpoint: Jesus The Last Adam. By John Stonestreet  (I was lucky enough to hear it on the radio and thought it was very Orthodox in ethos. -editor)

 

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OrthodoxNorthwest will not be updated in honor of Our Lords Paschal Mystery till PASCHA.  Wishing all a Joyous Resurrection and Pascha!

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Remembering the Suffering Christians of Egypt. A Blessed Palm Sunday and Holy Week to All! And a Good Resurrection! 2017 AD


The Entry of the Lord into Jerusalem

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In Memoriam:  Forget not the Coptic Christians who face martyrdom for the Faith in Christ and willingness to suffer him.  Today Coptic Christians were killed for simply attending Church on Palm Sunday by bombing, at St Mark’s in Alexandria and St George’s in Tanta.   St Anthony of Egypt, St John the Merciful, St Mary of Egypt, St Cyril of Alexandria pray for the Christians in Egypt and all the Middle East.  And for the conversion of those who do such heinous acts.  (Editor)

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Troparion of Palm Sunday, Tone 4

O Christ God, when we were buried with Thee in Baptism, we became deserving of Thy Resurrection to immortal life. Wherefore, we praise Thee, crying: Hosanna in the highest! Blessed is He that cometh in the Name of the Lord.

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Kontakion of Palm Sunday, Tone 6

Upborne upon the heavenly throne, and seated upon the earthly foal, O Christ our God, receive the praises of angels and the hymns of men, exclaiming before Thee: Blessed is He that cometh to restore Adam.

 

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Behold, the Bridegroom comes at midnight,

And blessed is that servant whom He shall find watching,

And again, unworthy is the servant whom He shall find heedless.

Beware, therefore, O my soul, do not be weighed down with sleep,

Lest you be given up to death, and lest you be shut out of the Kingdom.

But rouse yourself crying: Holy, Holy, Holy, art Thou, O our God,

Through the Theotokos have mercy on us.

Troparion of Bridegroom Matins

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A Joyous Annunciation to All! 2017


A Joyous Feast To All!  The Annunciation of Our Most Holy Lady, the Theotokos and Ever-Virgin Mary.

Annunciation of Our Lady. Ancient icons of Jesus Christ

Gabriel the Archangel was sent from heaven to announce to the Virgin the glad tidings of her conceiving; and coming to
Nazareth he pondered in amazement on this wonder. “O how shall He who dwelleth in the heights, Whom none can
comprehend, be born of a Virgin? How shall He Whose throne is heaven and Whose footstool is the earth be held in the
womb of a woman? He upon Whom the six-winged seraphim and the many-eyed cherubim cannot gaze has been pleased
at a single word to be made flesh of this His creature. It is the Word of God Who dwells within her. Why then do I stand
here, and not say to the Maiden: ‘Hail, thou who art full of grace, the Lord is with thee. Hail, O pure Virgin; hail, Bride
unwedded. Hail, Mother of Life: blessed is the Fruit of thy womb.”  (From the Vigil)

Mary says to God’s people:

‘Come, all you who have discernment,

vocal advocates of the Spirit,

prophets who beheld hidden things in your true visions;

you farmers who sowed seed, and slept in hope,

rise up and rejoice at the harvest.

Look: in my arms I clasp the wheat-sheaf of life

that provides bread for the hungry,

that feeds the needy. Rejoice with me,

for I carry the sheaf full of joys.’

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Blessed are you, O Mary, daughter of the poor,

who became Mother of the Lord of kings.

In your womb he has dwelt

of whose praise the heavens are full.

 

 

Blessed be your breast, which has nourished him with love,

your mouth which has lulled him

and your arms which have held him.

You have become a vehicle to bear a God of fire!

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Blessed are you, O Mary, 

you have become the home of the king.

In you, he who has power has taken abode,

he who rules the world.

You came from the tribe of Judah;

You descended from the family of David.

Illustrious is your lineage.

For you, though remaining virgin,

have become the mother of the Son of David.

Blessed are you, O maiden,

who have borne the lion cub spoken of by Jacob.

He humbled himself and became a lamb,

destined to ascend the Cross to deliver us.

He prefigured you, the tree,

which providing the kid, spared the life of Isaac.

 

Blessed are you, O blessed one, since through you

the curse of Eve has been destroyed.

From you has come the light

which has destroyed the reign of darkness.

Saint Ephrem the Syrian

Doctor of the Church

4th century AD

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“Orthodox Coffins” By Local NW Craftsman 2017


A Joyous Lent to All!

For those preparing for a loved ones demise here are some resources to aid you in the Orthodox Christian approach to death and dying.  The door to meet the Risen Saviour.

St Nicholas Orthodox Church in Portland has two excellent resources that can be an aid for individuals and parishes.  Just click here for access to their PDF Handbook on Death and dying, and Prayers for the dying.  I believe the parish can also be a resource for parishes that look to move to a more Orthodox approach to dying.

Pastoral Care of the Sick and Dying” by Metropolitan Anthony of Sourozh found on Pravmir website.

“On the Significance of the Ritual of the Russian Orthodox Church Surrounding Death and Dying for the Grieving Process of the Bereaved” by the NW’s own, Fr Sergeii Sveshnikov

 

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Orthodoxy on Tap for Young Adults at St Demetrios in Seattle April 5th and 26th, 2017!


A Joyous Lent to All!

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Orthodoxy on Tap at St Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church in Seattle. (fb)

 

Join us at Pre-Sanctified Liturgy, Wednesday, April 5th & 26th
Orthodoxy on Tap if for all college students and young adults. This ministry is a chance for us to meet and talk about our faith in a social environment. Meetings are usually held on the second Wednesday and fourth Tuesday of the each month.  During Lent we are attending Pre-Sancitified Liturgy followed by a Lenten Pot-Luck and discussion.  Liturgy begins at 6:30 pm.  Please join us!
Please RSVP if you can attend, contact Lefteris Sitaras at 206-660-2779.
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St John’s Family Camp Registration is Open for July 17-21, 2017


A Joyous Lent to All!

Hat tip to OrthodoxPortland for the Early info!

St. John the Wonderworker Family Camp, July 17-21

Posted: 26 Mar 2017 01:33 PM PDT

The registration is now open for this year’s St. John the Wonderworker Family Camp!  The dates are Monday, July 17th(afternoon) through Friday July 21st (afternoon) at Sky Camp, near Eugene Oregon, which has been the location for the last few years. The theme this year is “The Holy Image”

This is a spiritual retreat for the whole family, where you can come and refresh your soul and get the best of both a retreat and a vacation!

 Attached are the registration form, the parental release form allowing your children to participate in the activities, an information flyer about the camp, and other information about the facility.  If you have questions you are always welcome to contact the registrar at: sjwfamilycamp@gmail.com.

For the last three years, camp has been at maximum capacity! Please send your registration and deposit in as soon as possible to reserve your space! And please invite any Orthodox families or individuals who would be interested in joining our camp this year. 

Looking forward to seeing you all again!

The early registration discount expires June 1st!

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OCMC Seeking Medical Professionals for Indonesia and Guatemala Summer 2017


Fourth Sunday of the Great Lent. Tone seven.  Venerable John Lestvichnik 

The Orthodox Christian Mission Center (fb) in St. Augustine, Florida has openings for medical professionals:

Join an OCMC Mission Team 2017

Medical Professionals Needed for Mission Teams
by Sara Staff (3/22/2017)

The Mission Field is in need of medical professionals to use their skills to administer healthcare on a short-term mission team.

The Mission Field needs medical professionals to volunteer on short-term mission teams this summer! Administering health care to people who do not normally have access to treatment is such an essential part of OCMC missions, and your expertise could make a huge impact on suffering people around the world. Won’t you consider volunteering this year to alleviate their suffering?

Lori Kotuza participated on an OCMC health care mission team to Guatemala in 2015 and reflects, “Preparing for a mission takes open-mindedness, a willingness to accept new challenges despite language and cultural barriers, but most importantly, a deep commitment to treat patients and offer them medical care and health education in regions where health services are scarce…This short medical mission was an inspiration to me to continue serving on mission teams in the future. What I did not expect was that a small village, with a strong community spirit, trusted our team, all complete strangers from another country, and let us medically treat them and their children as well as the elderly.”
OCMC medical mission teams provide opportunities for personal growth and give you the opportunity to use your expertise to show Christ’s love by serving others.
Medical professionals are needed for two teams to Guatemala and one team to Indonesia. The following is a list of open healthcare teams:
Guatemala
Provide health care and health education in the predominately Mayan region of northern Guatemala. Show the love of Christ by sharing your talents as a health care provider in Aguacate at the Fr. Andres Giron Clinic.
8/25/2017 to 9/3/2017
Price: $1,365 +airfare
11/10/2017 to 11/19/2017
Price: $1,365 +airfare
Indonesia
Assist with the health care outreach at the Theotokos Orthodox Hospital in Medan, Indonesia and be a part of an Orthodox witness in a Muslim nation.
9/18/2017 to 9/30/2017
Price: $1,110 +airfare
For more information, or to apply, visit http://www.ocmc.org/about/open_teams.aspx. You can also contact Pres. Renee Ritsi by phone at 1-877-463-6784 ext. 141, or by e-mail at teams@ocmc.org with any questions. Thank you in advance for your prayerful consideration in participating on one or more mission teams.
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The Classical Learning Resource Center is Offering Summer 2017 Classes in Latin, Geometry, French, German, Literature and More


A Joyous Fast to All!

  Summer Classes with the  Classical Learning Resource Center (fb)

 

Of all holy works, the education of children is the most holy. 

– St. Theophan the Recluse

Additionally CLRC Greek and Latin instructor, Anne Van Fossen, was  interviewed on Ancient Faith Radio.  To hear her interview click here.

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“Swing Away” A Film about a Greek Golfer Who Goes back to Her Roots March 29, Portland, OR 2017


A Joyous Fast to All ! 

 The Greek-American Historical Museum of Washington State presents:

“SWING AWAY” SHOWING IN PORTLAND MARCH 29

Go to this site and learn more about  this special presentation
http://www.swingawaymovie.com/

  • Following a meltdown that leads to a suspension, professional golfer Zoe Papadopoulos travels to her grandparents’ village in Greece to escape the harsh spotlight of the international sports world. Between baking bread and eating baklava, she meets and mentors a ten-year-old girl who is determined – against all odds – to become the next golf sensation. Along the way, Zoe rediscovers her Greek heritage, her love of the game, and the hidden strength within herself as she inspires the townspeople in an epic showdown against a greedy American developer.

 

 

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“Cloudy Sunday” A Film about Romance ( Christian and Jewish Woman) and the Jewish Community 1943 in Thessaloniki March 26, Seattle


A Joyous Fast to All ! 

 The Greek-American Historical Museum of Washington State presents:

SEPHARDIC JEWS IN THESSALONIKI
Dr. Devin Naar, University of Washington Professor of Sephardic Jewish Studies advises that the film “Cloudy Sunday,” set in Thessaloniki during World War II will be shown this coming Sunday, March 26 at 12:45 pm at the AMC Pacific Place as the Sephardic spotlight of the Seattle Jewish Film Festival. More details can be found here:

Forbidden romance buds between a Jewish girl and a young Christian resistance fighter in 1943 Thessaloniki (a.k.a Salonika or Salonica, Greece). Set against the suspenseful backdrop of German occupation, this beautifully rendered film adapted from a novel about love, the brutality of war, and painful decisions is made even more poignant by a soundtrack of enchanting Ladino classics and the wistful rebetika songs of the famous Greek composer Vassilis Tsitsanis. CLOUDY SUNDAY harkens to the days of old Thessaloniki and its thriving Sephardic Jewish culture and music scene.  (Sometimes your editor does wish he lived in Seattle : (  Looks like a good film and great music)

 

 

 

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All Saints Camp’s Spring Cleanup Day April 1st, 2017


A Joyous Lent to All!

All Saints Summer Camp(fb) Spring Cleanup!

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Agia Sophia Academy is Hiring Educators for 2017-2018


A Joyous Fast to All!

Were Hiring! Agia Sophia Academy (Friends of Agia Sophia Academy FB-ed)  seeks experienced part-time & full-time educators for the 2017-18 school year.  Visit www.asapdx.org to learn more about these exciting job opportunities!

 

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Sunday Snapshot: Door Opening and Raising of the Cross at the Armenian Church in Seattle 2011


Third Sunday of the Great Lent: Adoration of Cross. Tone six.
Great Lent. Food with Oil 
The 42 Martyrs of Ammoria in Phrygia, including: Constantine, Aetius, Theophilus, Theodore, Melissenus, Callistus, Basoes, and others (845).  Venerable Job (Joshua in Schema) of Solovki (1720).  The uncovering of the Precious Cross and the Precious Nails by Empress St. Helen (326).

Sunday Snapshot:

It seemed fitting on this Day that we adore the Cross that we see a Beautiful Cross raised over the Seattle Area.

 ‘On December 10, 2011, the Armenian Apostolic Church of Seattle celebrated a truly historic and blessed day. His Eminence Archbishop Hovnan Derderian of the Western Diocese travelled to Seattle to perform the Door Opening and Cross Blessing Ceremonies. Then the Cross was raised onto our new Church’s roof. Please watch this video to see more.

For more information about our Church, please visit our Facebook page and our web page at http://www.seattle-armenians.org  ”  Quoted from the Youtube explanation.

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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)

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