Video Gallery

For your enjoyment, we’ve assembled video clips from some of the major choirs we feature in our web store.

The streaming videos allow you to experience these wonderful choirs as they perform liturgical chant. You’ll gain a unique view into the passion that drives these groups to perfect their art.

The video clips are listed below by performer. As new clips become available, we’ll add these to the end of the list.

The Romeiko Ensemble

Performing at the National Library of Greece, Dec. 13, 2006.

Lord, I cry to thee; Mode II, Byzantine melody (13th-15th century) from Nativity Vespers. Soloist: K. Bilalis.
Let my prayer arise as incense; Mode II, Byzantine melody (13th-15th century) from Nativity Vespers.
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Come, Let us greatly rejoice; Mode II, Byzantine melody (13th-15th century) from Nativity Vespers. Soloist: A. Konidis.
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Thy Kingdom, O Christ our God; Mode II, Byzantine melody (13th-15th century) from Nativity Vespers. Solist: G. Bilalis.
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When Augustus reigned alone; Mode II, Byzantine melody (13th-15th century) from Nativity Vespers.
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Christ is born; Mode I, post-Byzantine melody (17th century) from Nativity Matins.
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Behold, let all glorify in faith; Mode Varys, neo-Byzantine melody (20th century) from Forefather’s Matins.
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Terrirem; Mode II, post-Byzantine melody rendition of Ioannes Koukouzelis (13th century).
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St. John Men's Chorale

Performing at Holy Virgin Mary Cathedral, San Francisco, 2008

Bless the Lord, O My Soul; A. Kastalsky, from Divine Liturgy of John Chrysostom. Performed at Holy Virgin Mary Cathedral, San Francisco, CA April 11, 2008.
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My soul, my soul, arise; Ancient Chant, from Rejoice in Song. Performed at Holy Virgin Mary Cathedral, San Francisco, CA April 11, 2008.
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To Thee, the Champion Leader; Greek Chant - Deacon S. Trubachev, from Rejoice in Song. Performed at Holy Virgin Mary Cathedral, San Francisco, CA April 11, 2008.
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We Venerate Thy Cross; Znamenny Chant, from Divine Liturgy of John Chrysostom. Performed at Holy Virgin Mary Cathedral, San Francisco, CA April 11, 2008.
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