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PaTRAM Institute ha, created a unique and all-encompassing instructional program for Conductors and Singers on the campus of the Princeton Theological Seminary in Princeton, NJ. The event brings together the finest faculty in the liturgical choral arts, all in one place. The program is designed to teach ALL levels of church musician whether they are conductors or singers.
The event runs for four (Singers) to six (Conductors) days, from June 18th thru June 24th 2018. Singers will advance their vocal technique and health and expand their repertoire. Conductors will have a professional choir to serve as their practice instrument and will have extensive podium time. Both groups will get the opportunity to use their skills at two hierarchical services, on Jun 23rd and 24th, at the St. Alexander Nevsky Diocesan Cathedral in nearby Howell, NJ.
Dr. Peter Jermihov, Artistic Director of the PaTRAM Academy, senior faculty member of the PaTRAM Institute and himself an accomplished musician, conductor, teacher and recording artist, said, “Gaining skills is the key to improvement and this is what the Academy offers at every level of performance from the beginner to the advanced church musician – singer and conductor”.
About PaTRAM (Patriarch Tikhon Russian American Music Institute):
The mission of the Patriarch Tikhon Russian American Music Institute (PaTRAM) is to cultivate and promote the beauty and spiritual depth of Russian Orthodox liturgical arts in general and choral singing in particular, in both the English and Church Slavonic languages. PaTRAM seeks to utilize rigorous educational programs, distinctive performance events, and the latest technological tools to realize this mission.
PaTRAM is a non-profit 501-c3 organization in their 3rd year of existence and headquartered in Tiburon, CA.
To learn more visit www.patraminstitute.org or call us at 551-224-8657.