Support Cappella Romana recording in the 6th-century Church of 100 Doors on the Island of Paros

We know the music of Cappella Romana which is a professional vocal chamber ensemble founded and directed by Alexander Lingas, and is dedicated to combining passion with scholarship in its exploration of the musical traditions of East and West—Byzantium, Russia, and Western Europe— with emphasis on early and contemporary music.

They are trying to raise funds to support the recording of their concert in the 6th-century Church of 100 Doors on the Island of Paros.

Cappella Romana will be there as a part of an already scheduled tour, and they have already raised the majority of the funds necessary for the tour itself. Your support will give their tour greater impact–with a permanent recording!

They have a page dedicated to raising the funds at Kickstarter ….

We’re asking for your help in this Kickstarter campaign in order to:

* Record the program “The Byzantine Tradition” within the 6th-century Church of our Lady of 100 Doors, Ekatontapiliani. Our Grammy-award winning producer Steve Barnett and recording engineer Bill Levey will form the recording team.

* Complete and print the CD “The Byzantine Tradition,” recorded Live in Greece in an actual Byzantine church.

As we celebrate Cappella Romana’s 20th Anniversary Season, I invite you to secure your copy of this musical treasure, Cappella Romana “The Byzantine Tradition,” by supporting our Kickstarter campaign and helping us complete the funding for this project.

Thanks for your support of Cappella Romana!

Σας ευχαριστούμε για την υποστήριξή σας της Cappella Romana!

Vist the Kickstarter page to donate even a few dollars!

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About proverbs6to10

Interested in Byzantium and Patrick Leigh Fermor
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