American Diocesan Youth Choir was formed in 2008 at St. Herman's Youth
Conference in Montreal. With the blessing of His Eminence,
Metropolitan Hilarion, the choir gathers on a semi-regular basis to
sing divine services. The goal of the choir is to gather diocesan
youth and help its members to improve as chanters both individually
and as a group, as well as familiarize them with Orthodox choral
tradition. In turn, this provides an opportunity for diocesan
youth to come together, meet one another, and spend time together. New
members are always welcome and everyone is encouraged to participate. The
choir sings in either Slavonic, English, or a mixture of both,
according to the customs of each parish.
more information please contact:
Gregory Soloviev Dimitry
27-28, 2010 The youth choir will participate in divine services led by
Metropolitan Hilarion in the Protection
of the Mother of God Church in Rochester, NY. Rehearsals
will be held on Saturday, February 27th.
27-28, 2010 The youth choir will participate in divine services for the
great feast of the Entry of our Lord into Jerusalem, in the Church
of the Nativity of the Theotokos in Albany, NY. Rehearsals
will be held on Saturday, March 27th.
MA: Diocesan Youth Choir celebrates ROCOR Youth Day in Massachusetts June
June 12-14, the Eastern American Diocese Youth Choir gathered in the
Boston, MA area to celebrate the feast recently designated for the
youth of the Russian Orthodox Church Abroad, the Feast of All Saints.On this festive weekend, the choir sang divine services both in
Holy Epiphany Church in Roslindale, MA, and also at St. Xenia’s
Church in Methuen, MA.