2014 Pan-Orthodox Liturgical Music Symposium: Northern Kentucky University

2014, Pan Orthodox Liturgical Music Symposium

"Orthodox Liturgical Music Composition: Fostering a Living Creative Tradition in the English-Speaking World" The 2014 Pan-Orthodox Liturgical Music Symposium is a four-day event specifically dedicated to singers, conductors, and composers of all Orthodox traditions.  The symposium will encourage and explore the current state of Orthodox choral composition in the English-speaking world today.  The event will include opportunities for participants to sing newly written choral works, to … [Read more...]

11th Annual Church Music Institute for all Choir Members, Priests, Directors, Youth Directors, Organists & Psaltai: MA

All Choir Members, Priests, Choir Directors, Youth Choir Directors, Organists and Psaltai of the Metropolis of Boston are encouraged to attend this meeting for musicians. His Eminence Metropolitan Methodios and the Executive Board of the Metropolis of Boston Federation of Greek Orthodox Church Musicians look forward to meeting with you! Co-Sponsored by the National Forum of Greek Orthodox Church Musicians through a grant by Leadership 100 For more information: … [Read more...]

2012 Annual Conference of the Eastern Federation of Greek Orthodox Church Muscians

            This year's conference is being hosted by the community of  St. Barbara in Toms River, NJ.  The adult choir will sing the "Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom" (L-301) as arranged by Theodore Bogdanos. The conference guest conductor is Evey Simon of St. Nicholas in Troy, MI and the guest organist is Jim Bostaph from Ss. Constantine and Helen in Newport News, VA.  Guest conductor for the youth is Sondra Awad from Ss. Constantine and … [Read more...]

22nd Annual Russian Orthodox Church Musicians’ Conference: Toronto, Canada

Theme: Twenty Years Later: Directions in Russian Church Music It has been over twenty years since the vast changes in Russia's political landscape that resulted in unprecedented growth and development in the Russian Church. This year's conference will address practice and usage in Russian Church music today, including new composers, ancient chants and their harmonization. The faculty will include guest conductors and lecturers from Russia:  Professor Mikhail Vaschenko, St. Petersburg … [Read more...]