Online Explorations

Online Explorations

UPCOMING EXPLORATIONS

Musical Style and Tradition in American Orthodox Churches: Chant and Polyphony

Monday, May 10, 2021 3pm Eastern

Panel discussion cosponsored by Cappella Romana and the Orthodox Christian Study Center at Fordham University.

With panelists: Dorothea Berry (Houghton Library, Harvard), Kevin Lawrence( University of North Carolina School of the Arts and Green Mountain Chamber Music Festival), Benedict Sheehan (St. Tikhon’s Monastery and Seminary and The Saint Tikhon Choir), and moderated by Alexander Lingas.

Language in American Orthodox Music: Liturgical and Pastoral Perspectives

Monday, May 24, 2021 3pm Eastern

Panel discussion cosponsored by Cappella Romana and the Orthodox Christian Study Center at Fordham University.

With panelists: Fr. John Rassem El Massih (Antiochian Archdiocese and St. Vladimir’s Seminary), and Professors Vitaly Permiakov( St. Vladimir’s), Jessica Suchy-Pilalis (SUNY Potsdam), Alexander Lingas, and moderated by Richard Barrett.

PAST EXPLORATIONS

WOMEN IN SACRED CHANT: PAST AND PRESENT

Tue 13 Apr 2021 10:00 am Pacific / 1:00 pm Eastern FREE

Hymns of KassianíCelebrating Cappella Romana’s release of Hymns of Kassianí, the earliest music we have by a female composer.

Susan Ashbrook Harvey (Brown Univ.) and Cappella Romana music director Alexander Lingas host a discussion with Photini Downie Robinson (Cappella Romana), Sevi Mazera-Mamali (ADOUSAI Byzantine Women’s Choir, Volos, Greece), and Anna Song (In Mulieribus). In collaboration with City, University of London. LEARN MORE.

A TIME FOR LIFE (FILM PREMIERE)

Sun 18 Apr 2021 5:30 pm Pacific / 8:30 pm Eastern

Cappella Romana and Anima Mundi Productions are proud to release a stunning new film by Robert Kyr and Paul Lingas. Gorgeous natural scenery accompanies Cappella Romana’s recording of the environmental oratorio A Time for Life by Robert Kyr, in honor of Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I of Constantinople.

A Time For Life takes you on a journey from the glory of creation to the perils of our current situation and finally to a hopeful future in which humanity serves as a unified steward of the earth. LEARN MORE

For tickets and more information, visit www.humanitytickets.com

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