The Saint Vladimir’s Summer Music Institute is this June 21-24 with in person and virtual options. The focus of this year’s Institute is on the living practice of creative music-making and composition within the Orthodox liturgical tradition in North America.
USE CODE “OCN” FOR A 20% DISCOUNT ON ALL REGISTRATION OPTIONS!
Learn more and register: https://www.svots.edu/Summer_Music_Institute_2023
Dn. Harrison Russin is the Prokofiev Assistant Professor of Liturgical Music at St Vladimir’s Seminary, as well as the Director of Music at the Seminary. Dn. Russin has a PhD in historical musicology from Duke University, and has published and lectured internationally on medieval and renaissance music. He is also an active church musician, directing three choirs at St Vladimir’s Seminary, teaching several courses, and serving as a consultant to the Orthodox Church in America’s Department of Liturgical Music and Translation.
Talia Sheehan is a fourth-generation female music leader. She teaches students of all ages and abilities in many genres, styles, venues, and worship traditions, and has created and implemented music training programs for several sacred institutions. She is the founding director of the St. Tikhon’s Music Program, and is a sought-after guest clinician and consultant. She is also the co-founder and Executive Director of Artefact Institute, a collective of “culture creators” who work to build living contexts for the arts and strengthen community. As a professional ensemble singer, she has performed and recorded with Cappella Romana, the Grammy-nominated Saint Tikhon Choir, the Grammy-nominated PaTRAM Institute Singers, and Artefact Ensemble.