October 29, 2021 at 7:30pm
The concert's program "Prayer for Peace" will include works written on Catholic and Orthodox prayer texts by composer Eli Tamar and Emmanuel Dubois performed by sopranos Olga Orlovskaya and Yulia Petrachuk, mezzo-soprano Katelyn Jackman, pianist Tatiana Loisha, and organist Nicholas Will; and Serge Khrichenko's "Cantata 9/11" dedicated to the lives tragically lost in the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, performed by the Maryland-based quartet Lost On Mars.
The Church of the Epiphany
1317 G Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20005
Nov. 4, 7, 8, 2021
Yulia Petrachuk performs the Elektra's role from the "Symphonisches Monodram aus der Oper Elektra" from opera Elektra by Richard Strauss. The opera was rearranged for a mono-opera for soprano and orchestra by composer Richard Duenser.
Thueringen philharmonic orchestra. Conductor Ernest Hoetzl.
December 17, 2021
Oratorio "Requiem for the Fallen" by Emmanuel M. Dubois. Performed by symphony orchestra Voce Anima, Moscow Synodal Choir, soprano Yulia Petrachuk and conductor Michael Kotelnikov.
Zurab Tsereteli Art Gallery, Apple Hall
Ulitsa Prechistenka, 19, Moscow, Russia, 119034
Sundays, Jan. 16 & March 13, 2022
Concert of new sacred organ & vocal works featuring two contemporary composers Eli Tamar and Emmanuel Dubois.
Jan. 16, 2022 - Congress Graz Stefaniensaal, Austria
March 13, 2022 - Our Lady of Angels Chapel in Catonsville, MD