Cappella Romana
2024-25 Season
a B Cappella Romana offers concert experiences unlike any others. From traditional to experimental, from transcendent majesty to profound intimacy and tenderness, this is music that can change your life; This is Music for You! SUBSCRIBE NOW
October 25–26, 2024
a B Cappella Romana brings to life the vibrant soundscape of medieval Thessaloniki. Hear ancient hymns honoring the city’s patron: the ever-popular St. Demetrios, sung on the weekend of his annual feast day. Learn More
Vox Luminis: Sacro Monteverdi
November 6–7, 2024
a B The world-renowned ensemble Vox Luminis from Belgium makes its Pacific Northwest début! Their singers and period instrument ensemble perform rapturous sacred works by Claudio Monteverdi. Learn More
Christmas in Ukraine
December 13–15, 2024
a B Get ready to immerse yourself in the enchanting melodies of Ukraine this holiday season! A world of tradition and celebration awaits, including music by the renowned Ukrainian composer Dmitro Bortniansky, the Palestrina of the Slavic World. Learn More
Lusitano: Black Composer of the Renaissance
February 7–8, 2025
a B Embark on a journey to 16th-century Portugal with music by Vicente Lusitano (1520–1561), the first published Black composer and featuring the UK’s Marian Consort. Learn More
Canon for Racial Reconciliation
February 28, March 1, 2025
a B Experience a groundbreaking fusion of traditions with the world première of the complete Canon for Racial Reconciliation for choir and gospel instrument ensemble. Learn More
Requiem for the Forgotten
March 28–30, 2025
a B Requiem for the Forgotten by Frank La Rocca for choir, organ, and strings commemorates the displaced and the homeless, championing the inherent dignity of every person. Learn More
Passion and Resurrection
May 16–18, 2025
a B Cappella Romana and In Medio (John Eisemann, director) form a choir of over 40 singers to perform Ivan Moody’s powerful oratorio Passion and Resurrection. Learn More
Cappella Romana

Announcing our 2024-25 Season

Cappella Romana is a vocal ensemble dedicated to combining passion with scholarship in its exploration of the musical traditions of the Christian East and West, with emphasis on early and contemporary music.

Our vision is to give a glimpse of transcendence through the music of the Christian East and West.

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Cappella Romana Recordings

ARVO PÄRT ODES OF REPENTANCE Order Now A Byzantine Emperor at King Henry’s Court Christmas 1400, London Order Now Robert Kyr
All-Night Vigil
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Heaven and Earth
Ikon of Light
Song of Creation
Cappella Romana
John Michael Boyer
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Hymns of Kassianí Discover the world’s earliest music by a female composer: 9th-century nun, poet, and hymnographer Kassianí Order Now
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Cappella Romana Publishing

The Divine Liturgy by Samuel Herron
By popular demand, Cappella Romana Publishing releases The Divine Liturgy by Samuel Herron. Employing the official translation of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese, this volume is…
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Kassianí: Christmas Vespers
Cappella Romana Publishing is proud to present the Christmas music of another time and place!

Kassianí: Christmas Vespers collects the hymns for the Nativity of Christ…
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Sun of Justice: Byzantine Chant for the Nativity of our Lord
By popular demand - John Michael Boyer’s Sun of Justice: Byzantine Chant for the Nativity of Our Lord collects all the Christmas season’s music, in…
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Byzantine Chant: The Received Tradition – A Lesson Book by John Michael Boyer
Years in the making, Byzantine Chant: The Received Tradition - A Lesson Book is a clearly written, detailed, and thorough manual for the notation, theory,…
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