Music

Jordan Nikolic and Kosovo folk songs

Jordan Nikolic and Kosovo folk songs

Jordan Nikolic was born in Prizren, Kosovo and Metohija, in 1933. He studied Serbian language and literature at the Belgrade University, however he was interested in the folk music and motivated to become a musician and a folk singer.

Nikolic had his first serious contacts with the singing of folk songs, and at the same time the first recordings, in Radio Pristina back in 1961. Two years later, he also became a music editor. In 1968, he started recording for Radio Belgrade, never stopping to expand his repertoire of the Kosovo folk songs and the circle of fans.

Church Music Workshop for High School and College Students

Church Music Workshop for High School and College Students

Date: December 18, 2011 - December 21, 2011 - Make our Music Workshop and Retreat part of your Winter Break!
From Sunday, December 18 through Wednesday, December 21, we'll be offering high school and college students an opportunity to spend four days on our campus, learning and directing liturgical music and meeting and worshipping with young men and women from across North America. We'll also offer a trip to New York City to ice skate on the famous rinks of the Big Apple, and we'll form a chorus to sing Christmas Carols in our local neighborhood.

Jubilee of the choir Collegium musicum

The academic choir Collegium musicum, led by the conducter Darinka Matic Marovic, within Bemus, held a concert on Kolarac. During 40 years of the existence, the choir held premiers of more than 200 compositions.

Within the marking of the 40th anniversary of the existence, the academic choir Collegium musicum last night, within 43rd Bemus, held a concert in the hall of Kolarac endownment. 

The conducter Darinka Matic, these days  practiced with the choir like on the first day, when the creation of the institution Collegium musicum began.

Cappella Romana to Sing Great Vespers and Divine Liturgy in Seminary Chapel

Cappella Romana to Sing Great Vespers and Divine Liturgy in Seminary Chapel

The famed vocal chamber ensemble Cappella Romana  will sing the responses during Great Vespers and Divine Liturgy for the Feast of the Archangels in our Three Hierarchs Chapel. We warmly welcome our friends and neighbors to celebrate with us and to hear the solemn beauty of this choral group, which travels throughout the world. Great Vespers will be celebrated at 5 p.m. on Monday, November 7; Divine Liturgy will be celebrated at 7 a.m. on Tuesday, November 8.

Festival of Religious Music in Moscow

Festival of Religious Music in Moscow

The Festival of Religious Music will begin at the Moscow Church of the “Joy to All the Afflicted” icon of the Mother of God on 14 October, the feast day of the Intercession of the Mother of God. The opening is timed to coincide with the feast that enjoys a special esteem in Russia and with the commemoration day of St. Romanos the Melodus, a patron of singers and of the art of religious music.