A CD of Music From the Service for St John (Maximovich) is Published on the 50th Anniversary of the the Great Saint of the Russian Diaspora

Source: ROCOR
Natalya Mihailova | 02 July 2016
Russky Pastyr Publishers has come out with a CD of the singing of all-night vigil dedicated to the great saint of the Russian Diaspora, St John (Maximovich) of Shanghai and San Francisco to mark the 50th anniversary of his repose (July 2, 2016).

The recording was made by a female choir consisting of seven voices from Moscow’s Sretensky Stavropighial Monastery under the direction of Natalia Filippova.

Also participating in the project were Protopriest Peter Perekrestov, Senior Priest of the Cathedral of the Mother of God “Joy of All Who Sorrow” in San Francisco, CA, Hierodeacon Serafim (Chernyshuk) of Sretensky Monastery and its male choir. The bells of Moscow’s Danilov Monastery are also in the recording.

The production of this CD was made possible thanks to the generous support of V. Ershov. To order the CD, call (888) 295-5290; e-mail: nadia@hvcbookstore.com; hvcbookstore.com.

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