New From Cappella Records:

Benedict Sheehan: Liturgy of Saint John Chrysostom

The Saint Tikhon Choir

Coming October 23, 2020

Icons of Sound: Reimagining Hagia Sophia Live Stream

Icons of Sound: Hagia Sophia Reimagined – Part Two

Cappella Romana presents Part Two of Icons of Sound: Hagia Sophia Reimagined from our November 2016 performance at Stanford University's Bing Concert Hall. This was the first time in the world that a full concert had been produced with the digital auralization of the acoustics of Hagia Sophia and led to our Billboard-topping recording, #LostVoicesOfHagiaSophia. (There was an issue with the very end of this video, you can continue watching at this link: https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=471410950364876)Support Cappella Romana: cappellaromana.org/giveGet the Recording: cappellaromana.org/hagiasophiaLearn more about the depth and scope of this project and see the original program notes and text & translations from 2016 at cappellaromana.org/?p=11035

Posted by Cappella Romana on Saturday, 20 June 2020
The Voice of Hagia Sophia

Join us in watching the documentary on the making of our Billboard Chart-topping recording, #TheLostVoicesOfHagiaSophia. A full look at story and technology behind the music, as well as interviews with Cappella Romana members Alexander Lingas, John Michael Boyer, Catherine van der Salm, and more.Support Cappella Romana: cappellaromana.org/giveGet the Recording: cappellaromana.org/hagiasophia

Posted by Cappella Romana on Saturday, 6 June 2020
Icons of Sound: Hagia Sophia Reimagined – Part One

This film will be kept available for at least one week. Cappella Romana presents Icons of Sound: Hagia Sophia Reimagined, Part One from our triumphant November 2016 performance at Stanford University's Bing Concert Hall. This was the first time in the world that a full concert had been produced with the digital auralization of the acoustics of Hagia Sophia.Livestream here: https://www.facebook.com/cappellaromana/videos/556469568608294/ Learn more about the depth and scope of this project and see the original program notes and text & translations from 2016 at cappellaromana.org/?p=11035Support Cappella Romana: cappellaromana.org/giveGet the Recording: cappellaromana.org/hagiasophia

Posted by Cappella Romana on Saturday, 2 May 2020

Program notes and more resources here

News

Cappella Romana Awarded Major Grant

Cappella Romana is pleased to announce the award of a major grant from the State of Oregon’s Coronavirus Relief Fund Cultural Support program. “Music Director Alexander Lingas and I are…

Celebrating Arvo Pärt’s 85th Birthday

Arvo Pärt at 85 Happy birthday to one of the world’s most performed composers As we remember 9/11 today, we also note today is Arvo Pärt’s 85th Birthday.  In 2017,…

Theater Byte Gives Lost Voices of Hagia Sophia its Highest Recommendation

“Applying Professor Abel’s sound technology to the fifteen voices of Capella Romana creates an audio experience that few if any listeners will have ever heard. These disembodied voices, evoking the…

The Absolute Sound Declares Lost Voices of Hagia Sophia a Triumph

The Absolute Sound magazine’s September 2020 issue features an in-depth look at our Lost Voices of Hagia Sophia recording and declares it “A triumph of scholarship, musicianship, and technology.” “For…

More Praise for Lost Voices of Hagia Sophia in MusicWeb International

Mark Sealey adds his voice to the growing list of reviews of Lost Voices of Hagia Sophia on MusicWeb International: “From the first note, we hear dedication, focus, energy, a…

Lost Voices of Hagia Sophia Featured in The New York Times

The New York Times has a new article featuring our Icons of Sound: Hagia Sophia Re-Imagined project and Lost Voices of Hagia Sophia recording! See the article, filled with interviews…

Support Us

Your Support, at any level, is vital and makes a difference! One Time Gift Recurring Gift

New From Cappella Records:

Benedict Sheehan: Liturgy of Saint John Chrysostom

The Saint Tikhon Choir

Coming October 23, 2020

Icons of Sound: Reimagining Hagia Sophia Live Stream

Icons of Sound: Hagia Sophia Reimagined – Part Two

Cappella Romana presents Part Two of Icons of Sound: Hagia Sophia Reimagined from our November 2016 performance at Stanford University's Bing Concert Hall. This was the first time in the world that a full concert had been produced with the digital auralization of the acoustics of Hagia Sophia and led to our Billboard-topping recording, #LostVoicesOfHagiaSophia. (There was an issue with the very end of this video, you can continue watching at this link: https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=471410950364876)Support Cappella Romana: cappellaromana.org/giveGet the Recording: cappellaromana.org/hagiasophiaLearn more about the depth and scope of this project and see the original program notes and text & translations from 2016 at cappellaromana.org/?p=11035

Posted by Cappella Romana on Saturday, 20 June 2020
The Voice of Hagia Sophia

Join us in watching the documentary on the making of our Billboard Chart-topping recording, #TheLostVoicesOfHagiaSophia. A full look at story and technology behind the music, as well as interviews with Cappella Romana members Alexander Lingas, John Michael Boyer, Catherine van der Salm, and more.Support Cappella Romana: cappellaromana.org/giveGet the Recording: cappellaromana.org/hagiasophia

Posted by Cappella Romana on Saturday, 6 June 2020
Icons of Sound: Hagia Sophia Reimagined – Part One

This film will be kept available for at least one week. Cappella Romana presents Icons of Sound: Hagia Sophia Reimagined, Part One from our triumphant November 2016 performance at Stanford University's Bing Concert Hall. This was the first time in the world that a full concert had been produced with the digital auralization of the acoustics of Hagia Sophia.Livestream here: https://www.facebook.com/cappellaromana/videos/556469568608294/ Learn more about the depth and scope of this project and see the original program notes and text & translations from 2016 at cappellaromana.org/?p=11035Support Cappella Romana: cappellaromana.org/giveGet the Recording: cappellaromana.org/hagiasophia

Posted by Cappella Romana on Saturday, 2 May 2020

Program notes and more resources here

News

Cappella Romana Awarded Major Grant

Cappella Romana is pleased to announce the award of a major grant from the State of Oregon’s Coronavirus Relief Fund Cultural Support program. “Music Director Alexander Lingas and I are…

Celebrating Arvo Pärt’s 85th Birthday

Arvo Pärt at 85 Happy birthday to one of the world’s most performed composers As we remember 9/11 today, we also note today is Arvo Pärt’s 85th Birthday.  In 2017,…

Theater Byte Gives Lost Voices of Hagia Sophia its Highest Recommendation

“Applying Professor Abel’s sound technology to the fifteen voices of Capella Romana creates an audio experience that few if any listeners will have ever heard. These disembodied voices, evoking the…

The Absolute Sound Declares Lost Voices of Hagia Sophia a Triumph

The Absolute Sound magazine’s September 2020 issue features an in-depth look at our Lost Voices of Hagia Sophia recording and declares it “A triumph of scholarship, musicianship, and technology.” “For…

More Praise for Lost Voices of Hagia Sophia in MusicWeb International

Mark Sealey adds his voice to the growing list of reviews of Lost Voices of Hagia Sophia on MusicWeb International: “From the first note, we hear dedication, focus, energy, a…

Lost Voices of Hagia Sophia Featured in The New York Times

The New York Times has a new article featuring our Icons of Sound: Hagia Sophia Re-Imagined project and Lost Voices of Hagia Sophia recording! See the article, filled with interviews…

Support Us

Your Support, at any level, is vital and makes a difference! One Time Gift Recurring Gift

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