Resurrection: Music from the Ukrainian Sacred Choral Tradition

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When:
April 19, 2017 @ 7:30 pm
2017-04-19T19:30:00-04:00
2017-04-19T20:00:00-04:00
Where:
St. Paul’s Anglican Church
227 Bloor St E
Toronto, ON M4W
Canada
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Resurrection: Music from the Ukrainian Sacred Choral Tradition

Wednesday, April 19th, 2017 at 7:30 pm

St. Paul’s Anglican Church, 227 Bloor Street E, Toronto, ON

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One of the priceless gifts of the Ukrainian Byzantine Rite is its choral liturgical repertoire. To celebrate the new recording of the Resurrection Divine Liturgy by Fr. John Sembrat OSBM we cordially invite you to attend a concert on Friday, April 19th  at 7:00 p.m. at St. Paul’s:

Resurrection: Music from the Ukrainian Sacred Choral Tradition.

This concert will feature a male chorus of over 50 singers from Canada, Ukraine, and the United States, under the direction of one of the leading choral conductors in North America, Swiss-born Michael Zaugg of Pro Coro Canada. This extraordinary performance is part of a concert series that will showcase the liturgical music composed by Fr. John Sembrat OSBM as well as other timeless music specific to our Paschal services, including masterpieces from renowned Ukrainian composers such as Dmytro Bortniansky, Artem Vedel, and Roman Hurko.

This will be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see and hear a unique combined male chorus featuring professional and amateur singers from the following ensembles:

  • Boyan Ensemble of Kyiv (Revutsky Academic Male Capella)
  • Chorus of the Armed Forces of Ukraine
  • National Philharmonic of Ukraine
  • Homin Municipal Choir of Lviv
  • Vydubychi Church Choir of Kyiv
  • Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus of Detroit
  • Pro Coro Canada (Edmonton)
  • Axios Men’s Ensemble of Edmonton
  • Ukrainian Male Chorus of Edmonton

For more information about the recording and concert series, video and audio highlights, please link to our website at:

www.resurrectionalliturgy.com


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