PaTRAM’s very own Vladimir Gorbik was interviewed by Natalia Gorenok about his passion for church choir and a changing status within Orthodox music. The art of Church singing is an integral part of the life of the church and, like the Russian church itself, is experiencing a revival. At the forefront of this change is Vladimir Gorbik, […]

Podcast: In-depth look at the music featured on the first Patriarch Tikhon Choir CD, “Praise the Lord, All Ye Nations.”

Vladimir Morosan, President and Founder of Musica Russica,  developed the podcast “Sing to the Lord” on Ancient Faith Ministries. “Sing to the Lord” is a program devoted to exploring the various aspects of Orthodox liturgical singing and all manner of related topics. The program will explore the theology of singing and Orthodox worship over the centuries, […]

PaTRAM announces the release of the first CD of the Patriarch Tikhon Choir, “Praise the Lord, All Ye Nations.” A 30-voice mixed choir that brings together vocalists and choral musicians from the United States, Canada, and Russia. The group assembled for a week under the leadership of Vladimir Gorbik, one of the finest choral conductors […]

In early December 2014 The Patriarch Tikhon Choir, under the direction of Maestro Vladimir Gorbik, gathered in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania to record our premier album. The album is entitled “Come, Ye Kindred of the Nations.” By uniting Russian, American, and Russian-American singers who share the Orthodox faith, our goal is to highlight the universality and aliveness of the Slavic Orthodox musical tradition […]

It is a rare thing for a newly-formed choir to launch from complete obscurity to critical acclaim in only a few months. However, performing to full houses and standing ovations in New York, Pittsburgh, and Washington, under the expert hand of Maestro Vladimir Gorbik, the Patriarch Tikhon Choir has quickly established itself as one of […]