Tchaikovsky: All-Night Vigil

Tchaikovsky’s Divine Liturgy

Benedict Sheehan (“rising star in Orthodox liturgical music”—Orthodox Arts Journal) returns to conduct a once-in-a-lifetime program featuring Cappella Romana with over 100 singers from the Pacific Youth Choir and basso profundo Glenn Miller. Tchaikovsky’s singular artistic voice in his Liturgy broke open the floodgates of creativity in Russian Orthodox choral music, including music for young singers. Grand and majestic sections of the Divine Liturgy beautifully contrast with its intimate moments of devotion and awe. Richly scored motets by Rachmaninoff, Chesnokov, and Sheehan himself amplify the legacy of Tchaikovsky’s monumental achievement.

Artists on this Program

Benedict Sheehan

Benedict Sheehan, guest conductor

Benedict Sheehan is a composer, conductor, arranger, writer about, and teacher of, music. He is Director of Music at St. Tikhon’s Orthodox Theological Seminary and Monastery; and, since founding the group in 2015, he has served as Artistic Director of… Read More…
Glenn Miller

Glenn Miller, basso profundo

Glenn Miller is well known for his unique basso profundo voice. His singing career includes numerous performances and recordings as a member of Conspirare, Robert Shaw Festival Singers, St. Thomas Church Fifth Avenue, Choir of Men and Boys, Choir of… Read More…
Pacific Youth Choir

Pacific Youth Choir, Guest Choir

Pacific Youth Choir serves 300 singers in ten auditioned choirs from K through 12th grade. Established in 2003 by Mia Hall Miller, PYC has become a cultural resource that changes lives through high-level choral artistry in an open, joyful, and… Read More…

PERFORMANCES

Portland

SATURDAY 14 MARCH 2020, 7:30 P.M

Seattle

SUNDAY 15 MARCH 2020, 3:00 P.M.

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