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Dear participants in the 13th edition of the Masterclass of Byzantine Chant,


Executive Director

This year, the organisers have prepared a special programme to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the largest Byzantine music event in the country. Mr Panagiotis Neochoritis, the Archon Protopsaltis of the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople and his team of musicians, Assoc. Prof. Maria Alexandru and the Paleography Team of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, as well as other surprise guests, are the highlights of the programme. The 10th Anniversary Edition is dedicated to the personality that founded the Masterclass project in Iasi, Lykourgos Angelopoulos († 2014) – the Maestro, Master and Man.

‘Byzantion’ choir gave concerts in Estonia On the 1st and 2nd of Februry 2017, members of the ‘Byzantion’ Choir gave two concerts of Psaltic music in Estonia (Tallinn and Pärnu) titled ‘Voices of the Byzantine Empire’, upon the invitation of the ‘Eesti Kontsert’ foundation. Whereas the previous editions brought on the great stages of Estonia choirs from Georgia, Egypt, Greece or Armenia, this year it was Romania’s turn to showcase its matchless treasure of Psaltic Art.

Byzantine Hymns - BYZANTION Choir

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Troparion for the Birth of the Theotokos, 2nd mode by Dimitrie Suceveanu / Tropaire pour la Nativité de la Mère de Dieu, 2e mode, par Dimitrie Suceveanu

Concert in Krakow - BYZANTION Choir

Kondakion O Victorious Leader, mode plagal of 4th, by Ioan Zmeu. The kontakion was composed by the Patriarch Serghios of Constantinople, after the marvelous wonder made by Mother of God, who saved the city from the siege of the avarians and persians. The asma was added to the older Hymn of Akathistos, composed by St. Romanos Melodos (5th - 6th cent.).

The Divine Liturgy of Saint John Chrysostom - BYZANTION Choir

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Vespers of the Protection of the Theotokos
 Vêpres de la Protection de la Mère de Dieu

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Byzantine Hymns II – BYZANTION Choir

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