In Cappella Romana’s 2018-19 Season, prepare to be engaged, moved, and inspired. Cappella Romana provides a powerful alternative to the noise of the world, inviting you to listen, and even touch eternity through music that inspires, challenges, and connects us to a deeper meaning. Are you listening? Join us!

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Cappella Romana Joins PBO for Handel’s Messiah

December 7-10, 2018, Cappella Romana joins Portland Baroque Orchestra in Portland’s only annual production of Handel’s Messiah on period instruments. The performance will feature guest-director and harpsichordist Desmond Earley, soprano…

On #GivingTuesday, your gift will be doubled!

It’s #GivingTuesday, and we know all will be receiving many appeals to support the great work non-profits do in our communities. NEWS FLASH: Today we received word that the Maybelle…

The SunBreak Reviews “They Are At Rest”

Portland’s Cappella Romana stepped away from its usual programming of Orthodox chant Friday night to sing a concert of music remembering the Armistice of 1918 and what it meant to the survivors. This was…

Oregon Arts Watch Review for “A Song of Creation”

Cappella Romana’s performance…was an electrifying, bristlingly intense superabundance of laser-beam monody and…florid counterpoint in the Eastern Orthodox style. … Here, the modern music was a vivid variety of sacred choral…

The Oregonian Features “They Are At Rest”

The Oregonian interviews Cappella Romana executive director Mark Powell for a feature on our They Are At Rest series: Cappella Romana appears to be the only professional artistic organization in…

They Are At Rest – Program Notes

At the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month of 1918, an armistice was signed which brought to a close the greatest human conflict so far known…

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In Cappella Romana’s 2018-19 Season, prepare to be engaged, moved, and inspired. Cappella Romana provides a powerful alternative to the noise of the world, inviting you to listen, and even touch eternity through music that inspires, challenges, and connects us to a deeper meaning. Are you listening? Join us!

News

Cappella Romana Joins PBO for Handel’s Messiah

December 7-10, 2018, Cappella Romana joins Portland Baroque Orchestra in Portland’s only annual production of Handel’s Messiah on period instruments. The performance will feature guest-director and harpsichordist Desmond Earley, soprano…

On #GivingTuesday, your gift will be doubled!

It’s #GivingTuesday, and we know all will be receiving many appeals to support the great work non-profits do in our communities. NEWS FLASH: Today we received word that the Maybelle…

The SunBreak Reviews “They Are At Rest”

Portland’s Cappella Romana stepped away from its usual programming of Orthodox chant Friday night to sing a concert of music remembering the Armistice of 1918 and what it meant to the survivors. This was…

Oregon Arts Watch Review for “A Song of Creation”

Cappella Romana’s performance…was an electrifying, bristlingly intense superabundance of laser-beam monody and…florid counterpoint in the Eastern Orthodox style. … Here, the modern music was a vivid variety of sacred choral…

The Oregonian Features “They Are At Rest”

The Oregonian interviews Cappella Romana executive director Mark Powell for a feature on our They Are At Rest series: Cappella Romana appears to be the only professional artistic organization in…

They Are At Rest – Program Notes

At the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month of 1918, an armistice was signed which brought to a close the greatest human conflict so far known…

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