Next live concert Vocal ensemble Circa Terrae – First Christmas will be on 13 February 2021 at 10h00

Four Russian-speaking Montreal singers present a program composed of Russian sacred music, Renaissance chants as well as folk songs from different countries. Compositions by Tchaikovsky, Arkhangelski, Poulenc, de Sermisy and others. A rich and diversified program that represents very well the diapason of the emotions we have experienced last year. Members of the quarter are: Antonina Levina (soprano), Olga Konovalova (mezzo-soprano), Mikhailo Sulima (tenor and artistic director), Aleksei Lutcenko (baryton).

Live recording at the Our Lady of Good Help Chapel in Montreal – Available to watch until April 30 

Concert program

P. Tchaikovsky
Otche nash (Our father)

A. Arkhangelsky
Khvalité imia Gospodne (Praise the name of the Lord)

A. Arkhangelsky
S vischnih priziraia (Troparion to the All-Merciful Saviour)

P. Tchaikovsky
Legend (The crown of roses)

D. Iaichkov
Vzbrannoi voévodé (Kondakion of the Announciation)

G. Lomakin
Nyne otpuschausche (Song of Simeon – Nunc dimittis)

D. Bortniansky
Concerto #34 for choir “Da voskresnet Bog! » (May God arise!)

P. Tchesnokov
Sovet prevechni (Pre-eternal counsel)

Ukrainian traditional
Christmas song – Schedrik

Claudin de Sermisy
Tant que vivray

Chanson folklorique russe
Vo sirom boru tropina (There is a path in the forest)

Adriaan Willaert
Sempre me ride sta

Russian folk song
So viunom ia khoju (I circle round with my wreath)

N.Soldaeva
St. Nicolas, the miracle maker

F. Poulenc
Margoton

Irish traditional chanty
Drunken Sailor

Traditional / Sacred
Mnogaia leta (Long life)

Vocal ensemble Circa Terrae – First Christmas

First concert of this new vocal quartet recorded live at Our Lady of Good Help chapel in Old Montreal on December 19, 2020. Russian sacred music, Renaissance chants and traditional songs from different countries.

13 February 2021 at 10h00

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