School of Byzantine Music in Portland

Holy Trinity Cathedral offers, for a second year, a School of Byzantine Music to everyone who wishes to participate.

The School of Byzantine Music Saint Romanos Melodos was established in March, 2011 at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral in Portland Oregon, under the blessing of His Eminence Metropolitan Gerasimos of San Francisco and the support of the proistamenos of the Holy Trinity Greek Cathedral in Portland Oregon, Rev. Jordan Brown and the Greek Orthodox Community. The School offers classes for both beginners and advanced students: a) in the theory of Byzantine Music b) in its practical application and c) in the proper behavior at the Analogion (Chanter’s Stand). The mission statement of the School is to teach, preserve and present the rich history and the authentic holy tradition of the Byzantine Music of our Eastern Orthodox Church and to inspire persons to learn and serve the Church by participating at the Analogion during Church services. The Byzantine School program is offered as an additional ministry of the Holy Trinity Cathedral in Portland Oregon.

Starting on Saturday October 8, and every Saturday: 3:00 – 5:00 PM. The first Saturday is the Orientation Class.

For more details and the students’ requirements please visit the school’s website.

If you have any questions, please email us at:

You can also download a PDF flyer in case you want to use it in your churches' bulletins/newsletters/emails or so.

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