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PaTRAM™ Goes To Serbia With 2021 In Sight – Part II

As their scouting mission to Serbia continued, the team advanced in their efforts exploring venues and meeting key people to help PaTRAM plan and arrange the ambitious undertaking of a CD recording and multi-city concerts. DAY 4: The PaTRAM team was grateful and truly humbled to have an audience with the Patriarch of Serbia, His […]

PaTRAM™ Goes To Serbia With 2021 In Sight

After careful consideration and weighing the options of how best to achieve the recording of PaTRAM’s next landmark CD, Rachmaninoff’s “All-Night Vigil”, to be sung by a 60 member all-male choir under the leadership of Maestro Vladimir Gorbik, we have decided to produce the album in magnificent SERBIA. Additionally, a live concert tour and the […]

PaTRAM Institute™ Hosts Producers Circle Dinner 2020

PaTRAM Institute™ held its Producers Circle Dinner 2020 on Thursday, September 24, 2020 in Florida at the beachfront home of its co-founders, Alex and Katya Lukianov. This event is held once a year to raise donations for PaTRAM’s professional and educational programs. This year “A Taste of Russia” was the predominant theme of our event […]

“It Is Truly Meet”: An Interview with PaTRAM’s Katherine Lukianov

In response to the newest CD from PaTRAM Institute™, “Blessed Art Thou among Women”, FanFareArchive.com interviewed our very own Katya Lukianov, Co-Founder and Artistic Director. FanFareArchive.com is a highly-respected online and hard-copy music magazine that specializes in reporting on classical music. They have published other interviews with PaTRAM™ personnel including Alexis Lukianov (Chairman), Vladimir Gorbik […]

Part 3: The Future of Sacred Music – One Man’s Story – PaTRAM™ Supports Nektary’s Journey

  Last summer, PaTRAM Institute™ assembled a fifty-six member male choir, including an unprecedented ten oktavists, in Saratov, Russia to record our next CD title, “More Honorable than the Cherubim.” Young Nektary Kotlaroff was among this talented group of singers. This was Nektary’s first opportunity to be part of a professional CD recording and to […]

Part 2: The Future of Sacred Music – One Man’s Story

Last week, we shared with you the first part of our story featuring Nektary Kotlaroff, an exemplary young singer, conductor, and composer. Please click here to read Chapter 1 if you missed it. Chapter 2:  In February 2017, Nektary Kotloraff conducted his first male choir Liturgy at Sts. Peter and Paul Cathedral in Sydney, Australia. […]

The Future of Sacred Music – One Man’s Story

FOREWORD: There are standouts in every profession. But how does a person like this come about in the space we refer to as “sacred music”. As part of our effort to pass on the prayerful creation of Orthodox sacred music, PaTRAM™ is always looking for diamonds in the rough. When PaTRAM discovers someone who has […]

PaTRAM Institute™ Board Members, Katya Lukianov and Tatiana Geringer, Interviewed on Ancient Faith Radio

Ancient Faith Radio, an Orthodox online cultural and music website, spotlights people that are involved in, and around, the Orthodox faith. AFR often plays music, in the sacred music genre, on their website, too. Recently, Mr. Bobby Maddex, AFR’s Station Manager, interviewed Katya Lukianov, Co-Founder, Artistic Director and Board member and Tatiana Geringer, CEO and […]

Music from PaTRAM Institute™ Is Truly Global In Its Reach

We are proud to learn that our newest CD, “Blessed Art Thou among Women”- Peter Jermihov, Conductor, has been streamed in 65 countries around the world on Spotify – and growing! In addition to the success of PaTRAM Institute’s newest CD, the music from our other CDs is being heard around the globe. There are […]

Beautiful Music to Start Your Weekend

This week we are pleased to present a selection from one of the hymns on our new CD, entitled “O Virgin Unwedded.” We hope that this beautiful piece will uplift you and bring comfort during this time of continued uncertainty in our country and the world. This hymn is available in its entirety on our […]