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Tag Archives: Byzantine Chant
Prophet Habakkuk (Abbacum) (7th c. B.C.) New Hieromartyr John priest (1919). Cappella Romana (FB) presents: Christmas in Ukraine Celebrate the season with traditional Ukrainian carols for Christmas and Epiphany, featuring a choral concerto by Bortniansky, “Glory to God in the Highest.” This … Continue reading
The Conception by St. Anna of the Most Holy Theotokos. New Martyr Priest Sergius Mechev of Moscow (1941). Prophetess Anna (Hannah) (1100 B.C.), mother of the Prophet Samuel. A Joyous Advent to All! A Christmas gift for all! Just in time for this Christmas you can listen … Continue reading
“The 12 Days of Christmas in the East” Performed by Cappella Romana, Jan 5- 6th, 2018 Seattle and Portland
St. Ambrose, bishop of Milan (397). Venerable Nilus, monk, of Stolben Island (1554). Venerable Anthony, abbot of Siya Monastery (Novgorod) (1556) A Joyous Advent to All! Cappella Romana (FB) presents: “Music director Alexander Lingas leads Cappella Romana in a program of early … Continue reading
Interview on Ancient Faith Radio Regarding the Music of “A Byzantine Christmas:” The Sun of Justice Performed by Cappella Romana
Prophet Habakkuk (Abbacum) (7th c. B.C.). New Hieromartyr John priest (1919). A Joyous St Philip Fast/Advent to All! The Northwests own Cappella Romana (FB) was featured in an interview about their new CD on Ancient Faith Radio: “Sun of Justice on Ancient Faith Radio … Continue reading
The Classical Learning Resource Center (FB) is offering Introduction to Byzantine Chant for students 12 years and up. This is a new program and looks like a very valuable resource for those wishing to learn Byzantine Chant. “Introduction to Byzantine Chant will … Continue reading
Angelic Light: Music from Eastern Cathedrals by Cappella Romana Available March 27th in CD Format Worldwide
“Experience here the otherworldly sounds of Byzantine chant and choral works in the Eastern Orthodox tradition, from ancient hymns from Constantinople to new choral works inspired by that tradition performed by Cappella Romana.” Cappella Romana should need no introduction for … Continue reading
The Assumption of the Theotokos Greek Orthodox Cathedral Choir will perform in Portland and Beaverton. They will also chant at the Divine Liturgy at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral in Portland, Sunday the 16th.
The Byzantine Music School of Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral in Portland, Oregon is starting its 2011 session on Sat Oct 8th. This wonderful opportunity to learn Byzantine Chant, is well worth traveling a distance to attend. Their website has extensive … Continue reading