Engagements 2014-15

  • Sunday 8 March 2015, 7.30pm,Holy Trinity Scottish Episcopal Church , Fullarton Street, Ayr KA7 1UB
    Russian Orthodox church music, with an emphasis on Lent; movements from Kastalsky: Requiem for Fallen Brothers
    Admission at the door only: £8 (students £5, schoolchildren free)

  • Sunday 22 February 2015, 7-7.45pm, Festival of Sacred Music, Mayfield Salisbury Parish Church, West Mayfield, Edinburgh EH9 1TQ
    Russkaya Cappella sings 30 minutes of Russian Orthodox liturgical music in the context of the evening service

  • Thursday 11 December 2014, 7.30-8.30pm, Reid Concert Hall, The University of Edinburgh, Bristo Sq, Edinburgh EH8 9AG
    Russian choral music with a Christmas flavour, UK-Russia International Conference Opening Event organised by the Princess Dashkova Russian Centre as part of UK-Russia Culture Year 2014
  • Sunday 9 November 2014, 7.30pm, Glasgow University Memorial Chapel, Kastalsky's Requirem for Fallen Brothers, accompaniment arranged by Graham Hair,  admission free
  • Friday 3 October: short evening concert, Istituto di cultura,  Edinburgh


Engagements 2013-14
  • Friday 6 December 2013, 7.30pm, CHRISTMAS WITH THE ROMANOVS - 400TH ANNIVERSARY CONCERT, St Joseph's Church, Milngavie, Tickets £10 / £8 concession
    Join Russkaya Cappella for a concert of festive music for Christmas, and to mark the fourth centenary of the Romanov dynasty.  Guest appearance by the talented young voices of the Children’s Singing Studio.  Programme includes compositions by Bortnyansky, Lvov, Glinka, Tchaikovsky and Kastalsky as well as traditional Russian music and Ukrainian carols.

  • Monday 9 December, 7.30pm, CHRISTMAS WITH THE ROMANOVS, University of Glasgow Chapel, sponsored by the Centre for Russian, Central and East European Studies
  • Saturday 1 March, afternoon, Kelvinside Academy, Glasgow: Shrovetide at Glasgow Russian School (we join this part of the Russian community for their pre-Lenten celebrations)

  • Sunday 2 March, 4pm, concert in The Mackintosh Church, Queen's Cross, 870 Garscube Road, Glasgow G20 7EL
    Admission: £10, concessions £8; school-age children accompanied by parent(s) free of charge

  • Sunday 9 March 7.30pm, concert in Holy Trinity Church, Fullarton Street, Ayr, KA7 1UB
    Admission: £10, concessions £8; school-age children accompanied by parent(s) free of charge

  • Saturday 7 June, 2.30pm workshop, 7.30pm concert, Hyndland Parish Church (as part of the West End Festival), Glasgow G12 9JE
    Russkaya Cappella sings Kastalsky's "Requiem for Fallen Brothers". This work commemorates those who perished on First World War battlefields, drawing on texts and music from several Christian traditions. Russian folk-songs with the Children's Singing Studio joining in, compete the programme. The workshop earlier in the day offers the exciting opportunity to participate first-hand in Russian church and folk music. No knowledge of Russian required. - See more at: http://www.westendfestival.co.uk/events/music-singing-choral/russkaya-capella/#sthash.OdDJLIpb.dpuf
    Russkaya Cappella sings Kastalsky's "Requiem for Fallen Brothers". This work commemorates those who perished on First World War battlefields, drawing on texts and music from several Christian traditions. Russian folk-songs with the Children's Singing Studio joining in, complete the programme. The workshop earlier in the day offers the exciting opportunity to participate first-hand in Russian church and folk music. No knowledge of Russian required.
    £15/£12 conc workshop & concert £10/£8 conc workshop or concert. Advance reservations from Hillhead Library or by email on RusskayaCappellaEnquiries
    @gmail.com.

    £15/£12 conc workshop & concert £10/£8 conc workshop or concert Advance reservations from Hillhead Library or by email on RusskayaCappellaEnquiries@gmail.com
  • Sunday 15 June, St Giles at Six, concert in St Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh, EH1 1RE

 Engagements 2012-13

  • Sunday 10 March 2013, 3pm, Church of the Holy Rude, Stirling,  The Romanov Dynasty – from Triumph to Tragedy


  • Saturday 16 March 2013, 4.20pm, Glasgow Russian School: Maslenitsa/Shrovetide

  • Sunday 9 June 2013, 6.00pm, St Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh

  • Sunday 16 June 2013, 7.30pm, Hyndland Church, 81 Hyndland Road, Glasgow G12

  • Sunday 7 October 2012, 3pm, National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh

  • Friday 7 December 2012, 7.30pm, concert of Christmas music in St Joseph’s Church, 3 Buchanan Street, Milngavie G62 8DZ



 Engagements 2011-12


  • Saturday 3 September 2011, 3.00pm, Russian School, Glasgow
  • Wednesday 30 November 2011, 7.30pm, St. Aloysius' Church, 25 Rose Street, Garnethill, Glasgow, music for St. Andrew's Day, tickets £5 from AGAP 0141 554 1333 or info@agap.org.uk

This concert takes place on St Andrew’s Day (Wednesday 30 November).  St Andrew is honoured by all the Christian churches, and is the patron saint of Scotland, one of Russia’s patron saints – the protector in particular of the Russian navy.  The concert programme contains sacred music celebrating St Andrew as well as music by some of Russia’s classic composers – Tchaikovsky and Taneyev – and Russian folksongs.

2011 marks the 70th anniversary of the start of the Arctic convoys which delivered vital supplies to the USSR during the Second World War.  Between 1941 and 1945 sailors of the British, Canadian, Soviet and US navies ran the gauntlet of extreme weather, dangerous seas and enemy action on journeys between Iceland or Scotland and Murmansk or Archangel.  Thousands of sailors perished on these most dangerous voyages.  In their honour ‘Eternal memory’ will be sung within the concert.

  • Saturday 7 January 2012, 10.20am, Chapel of St. Andrew, 2 Meadow Lane, Edinburgh EH8 9NR, celebration of Orthodox Christmas
  • Sunday 8  January 2012, 6.30pm, Glasgow Cathedral, Castle Street, Glasgow, G4, St Mungo Celebration, within the framework of the celebration of the 1400th anniversary of the founding of Glasgow
  • Thursday 23 February 2012, 7.30pm, St Cecilia's Hall, Cowgate, Edinburgh EH1 1NQ, under the auspices of the Princess Dashkova Centre, University of Edinburgh

Tickets £8; admission free to students of the University of Edinburgh, and to accompanied children

  • Saturday 25 February 4-6pm, Glasgow Russian School at Glasgow Steiner School, 52 Lumsden Street, Glasgow G3 8RH, celebration of Butterweek/Maslenitsa/Shrovetide
  • Sunday 18 March 2012, 3.00pm, Kelvingrove Art Gallery, Glasgow
  • Sunday 14April/15 April 2012, Russian Orthodox Easter service, St Urban Catholic Church, Leeds
  • Sunday 27 May 2012, 6.00pm
    St. Giles Cathedral, High Street Edinburgh EH1 1RE


  • Sunday 10 June  20126.00pm
    Glasgow Cathedral,
    Castle Street, Glasgow G4 0QZ

  • Sunday 17 June  20126.30pm
    West End Festival concert, St Peter's Partick,
    46 Hyndland  Street, Glasgow G11 5PS




Engagements 2010-11

Saturday 30 October 2010, 2.30pm, workshop at St Mirin's Cathedral, Paisley

 

Thursday 6 January 2011, 11.00pm Orthodox Christmas Service, Govan Old Parish Church, 866 Govan Road, Glasgow G51 3BW

 

Sunday 9 January 2011 6.30pm Glasgow Cathedral

http://www.eveningtimes.co.uk/features/editor-s-picks/singing-from-russia-with-love-1.1077812

 

Sunday 6 February 2011, 3.00pm an event with music from Russia and China, poetry and art intervention, presented by iMAP, St. Andrew's in the Square, Glasgow  - for more information, please click the file intime.pdf


Sunday 10 April 2011, 2.30pm - 3.30pm Sherbrooke  St. Gilbert's Church,  240,  Nithsdale Roade, Pollokshields, Glasgow G41 5AD  

                                           

Sunday 24 April 2011, midnight Easter Orthodox Service, Govan Old Parish Church

 

Thursday 5 May 24, 7.30pm  Russian Church Music for the Easter Cycle, Lent Fest, St Andrew's Cathedral, Clyde Street, Glasgow G1 4JY


Saturday 7 May 24, 2.30 - 4pm  Try-it-yourself worskhop, Lent Fest, St Andrew's Metropolitan Cathedral Hall, Clyde Street, Glasgow G1 4JY, lentfest@agap.org.uk


Sunday 12 June 2011, 6.00 - 7.00 pm,  West End Festival, Glasgow University Chapel, entry by programme with suggested donation of £5

This programme explores the rich sound world of Russian unaccompanied
choral music, ranging fro mthe sonorous compositions for the church by
well-known composers to the sometimes soulful, sometimes energetic
traditional music of the countryside.

 

Tuesday 21 June 2011, 7.30pm, Glasgow Cathedral, promoted
by the Society of Friends of Glasgow Cathedral, admission at the door  £8 (£6 concession)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




 

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