The Sounds of Lent-Sunday April 3rd 2022
Featuring the Archdiocesan Cathedral Choir, Youth Choir and Orchestra
Under the direction of Maestro Costas Tsourakis
Sunday, April 3rd 2022 - Archdiocesan Cathedral of the Holy Trinity: 319 East 74th Street
The renowned Archdiocesan Cathedral Choir, Youth Choir and Orchestra, under the Direction of Maestro Costas Tsourakis to present:
"The Sounds of Lent"
on Sunday April 3rd, 2022 at 4:30PM.
Online ticket also available:
Virtual viewing will be available beginning April 8th, at 8PM and last through April 24th.
Concert highlights will include newly orchestrated settings of the powerful Hymn of Kassiani by Nikolaos Mantzaros, the famous " " composed by St. Nektarios of Aegina, the premiere of Dawn Helene's setting of " orchestrated by Hilary Baboukis, the choral finale of the symphony Levendia by Manolis Kalomiris and selections from Mozarts Requiem masterpiece. The concert will also feature the beautiful Song of Athene by John Tavener and Lenten hymns sung by the Cathedral Choir and Youth Choir, accompanied by the Cathedral Orchestra.
Noted soloists include Karolina Pilou of the Metropolitan Opera, Alyson Spina, Sun Young Chang, Eva Raffaele and Costas Tsourakis.
For those unable to attend in person, on-demand online tickets for viewing between April 8th and April 24th are also available.
The concert will be under the baton of Maestro Costas Tsourakis, the Greek-American baritone. For the first time in its history, the concert will also feature the Cathedral Youth Choir, which was started by Maestro Tsourakis in September to teach the Cathedral youth community about music and the hymns of the church.
The concert will be followed by a light Lenten reception in the Cathedral Undercroft.
Sun Young Chang, Soprano
Karolina Pilou, Mezzo-Soprano
Alyson Spina, Soprano
Costas Tsourakis, Baritone & Conductor
Hilary Baboukis, Associate Conductor
Dawn Helene, Accompanist & Dino Anagnost Artist-in-Residence
Archdiocesan Cathedral of The Holy Trinity (View)
319 East 74th St. (Between 1st and 2nd Aves.)
New York, NY 10021
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