The Psalm 103 Project

CONGRATULATIONS TO KURT SANDER, WHOSE DIVINE LITURGY OF SAINT JOHN CHRYSOSTOM HAS BEEN NOMINATED FOR THE 2020 GRAMMY FOR  BEST CHORAL PERFORMANCE!

HEAVEN AND EARTH WILL TOUR AND RECORD

IN JUNE 2020!

HEAVEN AND EARTH PUBLISHED SCORE COMING SOON FROM MUSICA RUSSICA!

Cappella Romana premiered Heaven and Earth: A Song of Creation (Part of The Psalm 103 Project) at their Seattle and Portland performances on October 12, 13, and 14 2018 (LINK).

“…an electrifying, bristlingly intense superabundance of laser-beam monody and weird florid counterpoint in the Eastern Orthodox style…”

Matthew Neil Andrews, Oregon ArtsWatch (LINK)

Please support The Psalm 103 Project with your tax-deductible gift by clicking here and giving through PayPal (LINK).

The Psalm 103 Project is a big idea: that a setting of the Vespers psalm, collaborated on by six different Orthodox composers, will be performed and recorded by Cappella Romana, and then be used as the basis for a film project that will be an Orthodox meditation on science and faith.

Our Composers

The six composers commissioned to make the Psalm 103 project a reality are:

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ALEXANDER KHALIL

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JOHN MICHAEL BOYER

MATTHEW ARNDT

RICHARD TOENSING (+2014)

KURT SANDER

TIKEY ZES

Please consider donating to help us make this idea a reality


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