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February: Tchaikovsky and His Contemporaries
June: Color and Sound
January: Russian Christmas: Old and New
January: Russian Winter Gala
May-June: Muses of the Night
November: John of Damascus
January: Shakespeare and Pushkin in Choral Music
June: Stories Spoken and Unspoken: Vocalises and Folk Songs
January: Holiday Splendor from Russia and Ukraine
June: Russia and Its Neighbors III: Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania
January: 30th Anniversary Jubilee
June: Currents of Jewish Classical Tradition: America, Israel and Russia
January: Spirit of Old Russia II
May-June: Eternal Flame: A Choral Memorial
January: Rachmaninoff: Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom
April: Rachmaninoff 140th Birthday Celebration: Sacred and Secular
Music Without Borders - Russia and Beyond: Armenia and Georgia
Tchaikovsky and his Contemporaries
Special Appearance: RCCNY Sings Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture
(part of "Booked for the Evening" at Princeton)
Russia and Beyond: Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania & Tuva
Tchaikovsky and His Contemporaries
(part of Carnegie Hall's "Neighborhood Concerts" series)
Reflections: Ten Years Later
May: Sacred Music in the Soviet Era
December: The Spirit of Old Russia
March: Parallels and Crossings III: Sacred and Earthly Love
June: A Celebration of Russian Folk Song
December: Russian Treasures: Highlights From Our 25-Year History
February: Development of the Russian Sacred Concerto
June: Sunset, Night, Sunrise
June: Stars of the Kirov in Celebration of Russia Day
December: Winter Light
May: Parallels and Crossings II, Music by Russian, Hungarian, Baltic, French, and American Composers
November: Prokofiev, "Alexander Nevsky" with St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra
December: Joy and Radiance from Russia and Ukraine
January: Beethoven's Ninth for South Asia
March: Parallels and Crossings I
June: Médée by Cherubini (at Carnegie Hall)
December: Jewels of Russian Liturgical Music
March: Chaliapin and Rachmaninoff: A Celebration of their Friendship
April: Mahler: Symphony No. 2 (with Valery Gergiev and the Kirov Orchestra)
September: The Guggenheim Museum
December: Winter Celebration of Sacred and Folk Music
March: Mystical Journey
July: The Veil of the Temple
December: A Twentieth Anniversary Celebration
February: Music and Dictatorship - Russia under Stalin
May/June: A Mystical Journey
November: The Celebration of the 300th Anniversary of the City of St. Petersburg
May: Moscow, New York, Jerusalem -- A Wish for Peace from Three Cities
May: Tchaikovsky, 1812 Overture (with the Princeton Symphony Orchestra)
March: Liturgical Music of Alexei Haieff and Others
December: A Russian Christmas
January: The Spiritual Tchaikovsky
April: My Heart is Ready
June: Liturgica Domestica (Gretchaninov)
December: All Night Vigil (Rachmaninoff)
January 21: Re-Encountering Rachmaninoff (New Jersey Symphony, Voices of Rachmaninoff),
Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom
June 11: Carnegie Hall, Mikis Theodorakis, Electra, MidAmerica Productions
November 30: "Winter Celebration of Slavic Liturgical and Folk Music:
Gretchaninoff, Stravinsky, Blyakher, Traditional"
(also December 3 & 6)
February 14: Elysium Chamber Music Series of Upper Montclair: Tavener, Hymn to Athena;
April 21: "New Sacred Music: Copytsko, Tavener, Part, Bajoras" (also May 2 & 5)
December 1, 4 & 5: Tchaikovsky, Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom
May 27: Russian Giants of the 19th & 20th Centures: Tchaikovsky and Sviridov
August 16: Bard Music Festival: Tchaikovsky and his World, Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom
May 7: Concert at Harvard Club
June 14: American Russian Youth Orchestra, Tanglewood: Moscow, Coronation Cantata for
Czar Alexander III
September 27: Concert at Simon's Rock College of Bard
September 23: Carnegie Hall, "America Salutes Moscow" (Gala Celebration of the
850th Anniversary of the City of Moscow)
November 10: Carnegie Hall, "Moscow Virtuosi"
December 4, 14 & 15: "Festival of Sacred Song" (Kastalsky, Bortniansky, Tolstiakov, Nikolsky and others)
December 12, 14 &19: Tchaikovsky, Vespers
December 17: "By Special Request" : Favorite Selections from the Repertoire
(Early Liturgical Chants and Choral Music by Russian Masters) (also Jan 17 & 19, 1996)
December 18: "Ten Year Jubilee Concert" (also January 13 & 20, 1995)
May 20 & 26: "Early, Traditional and New Music by Slavic Composers"
June 24: "Choral Music of Sergei Taneyev"
October 1: "Tracing the Development of Russian Liturgical Music"
October 9: Hofstra Cultural Center: "An Afternoon with Tchaikovsky"
October 24: Three Saints Music Society: "Gala Opening Concert in
Commemoration of the 100th Anniversary of the Death of Tchaikovsky and the
50th Anniversary of the Death of Rachmaninoff"
December 17 & 19: "Honoring the Memory of Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninoff" (also January 9, 1994)
May 3: St. Marks Music Series (Mt. Kisco): "Composers from the 12th through the 20th
May 31: Ussachevsky Festival I (Cathedral of St. John the Divine)
June 7: Ussachevsky Festival II (Cathedral of St. John the Divine)
December 20: Tchaikovsky: Vespers
March 5: Miller Theater: "An Evening of Music, Dance and Images"
(Ussachevsky Psalm XXIV performed by RCCNY)
April 19: Manhattanville College: "Sacred, Classical and Folk Music"
April 28: Sunday Afternoon at the Temple: Congregation Emanu-El (Bortnyansky, Tchaikovsky, Ippolitov-Ivanov
& Ussachevsky performed by RCCNY)
December 19: Winter Garden: "Festival of Light and Sound"
June 28: "Russian Sacred Music of the 17-18th Centuries, and Contemporary Works"
March 19: Cathedral of St. John the Divine: Alexei Haieff, Holy Week
May 3: "Russian Sacred Music and Choral Miniatures" (benefit for Nicholas Roerich Museum)
December 19: World Financial Center, Festival of Light and Sound, "Sacred Music of the
11th to 20th Centuries"
May 8: McGill University, Montreal: "Millennium of Christianity in Russia"
May 28: "Russian Choral Music from the Early Centuries to the Present"
May 22: "Concert of Sacred Music Honoring 1000 Years of Christianity in Russia" (also Sept 17, Nov 6)
May 28: "Russisan Choral Music from the Early Centuries to the Present"
May 31: Carnegie Hall: Tchaikovsky, Ode to Joy
October 14: Concert of Russian Choral Music, including Taneyev's
John of Damascus
November 1: Concert with the Rockland Suburban Symphony Orchestra
December 18: New York Open Center: "Excerpts from Ancient Vespers and Liturgy by
Anonymous Composers of the 11th - 17th Century"
April 20: "Benefit Concert of Russian Sacred Music" for Belltower Building Fund,
Holy Trinity Monastery, Jordanville, NY
April 22: Three Saints Russian Orthodox CHurch, Garfield, NJ: "Russian Sacred Music from the Early Centuries
to the Present"
May 18: Sanders Theater, Cambridge, Mass.: "Russian Sacred Music from the Early Centuries
to the Present"
May 4: Church of the Ascension and St. Agnes,
Washington D.C., "Russian Sacred Music from the Early Centuries
to the Present"
December 6: St. Ann's Nyack, "Russian Sacred Music"